IRS had deliberately targeted groups for investigation based on their beliefs. Given these events, it would be senseless to empower the IRS to oversee major aspects of the American health care system. Yet that's what ObamaCare calls for.
That's why I've signed on to the Keep the IRS Off Your Health Care Act, which states that the IRS may not be involved in any aspect of President Obama's health care law. In fact, just last night, I held a tele-town hall meeting with thousands of my fellow Montanans, and more than 90 percent of those who participated agreed that the IRS should be stripped of its power to implement ObamaCare.
The American people have every right to demand that their government be accountable and that their government's actions be driven by a desire to serve the American people, not by political motivation. With the IRS' recent abuse of power, it's sadly clear that stopping the IRS from using its power to oversee Americans' health care is a necessary step.