The Internal Revenue Service has issued a broad denial in response to National Review Online’s report that Lois Lerner’s computer network access has not been restricted since she was placed on administrative leave on May 23, and that she logged…
The government class lives by a different set of rules than the ordinary citizen. This is but one example. As the article explains, Lerner’s use of government issued laptop after she was put on ‘leave" requires by law that it not be used to access IRS files. It has.. with her user name. That is a federal crime.. a felony.
But it seems that law doesn’t apply to government employees anymore. The Obama administration is still keeping a "friends and enemies" list.
See on www.nationalreview.com