Gov. Paul LePage used his weekly radio address to blast President Obama's health care law and described the Internal Revenue Service as the "new Gestapo." The IRS description was a reference to a provision in the Affordable Care Act that requires Americans not insured by their employers or Medicaid to buy health insurance or pay an annual penalty when filing their tax returns.
Maine Governor Paul LePage recently called the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) the “Gestapo” in reference to a criticism of President Barack Obama’s healthcare law and on Monday night he apologized for that comment. In comparing the ... Read Post
(CNN) – Maine Democrats pounced on Gov. Paul LePage this weekend for referring to the Internal Revenue Service as the "Gestapo" in his weekly radio address on Saturday. In a speech blasting the Supreme Court's recent decision to uph... Read Post
Maine Gov. Paul LePage (R) used his weekly radio address to blast President Obama's health care law and compared the Internal Revenue Service to Nazis. "We the people have been told there is no choice," he said. "We must buy health ... Read Post