The IRS may have inadvertently figured out how to win its legal battles against aggrieved tea party groups: Give them what they wanted in the first place — tax-exempt status.
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) stated: “You get targeted and harassed for three years but, oh, because you finally get [tax-exempt status], the three years of harassment doesn’t mean anything? find that argument lacking tremendously in light of what these people went through.”
Judge Tyrie Boyer will go out of his way to schedule unneeded hearings regarding money – even when it has been resolved among the parties – and yet will delay for years in enforcing an entire agreement and do gymnastics to attempt to do so. What is it about money that seems to motivate this Judge? Why does he value money more than children when he is a family law judge?
When you have an apparent mental midget for a judge, these are the types of rulings you get.
edit: After Judge Tyrie Boyer scheduled a hearing (that was unneeded as it had been handled previously by the attorneys) on money, he still hasn’t gone ahead and scheduled anything regarding children more than half a year later. Why does Tyrie Boyer think that money is more important than children? What kind of character do you have if you are supposed to be a family law judge and yet prioritize this way?
Others have accused Boyer of “trying to buy a judicial seat because Boyer has put $150,000 of his own money into his campaign account”. Was it about money and power for Boyer instead of enforcing agreements and putting children welfare first? We don’t know, but we do know that in cases before him his actions show him putting money before children.
In Judge Tyrie Boyers courtroom, a document that says something clear appears to be treated as optional:
…If any of the children spend overnight in a place other than their usual place of abode, it is the obligation of the parent who is in charge of them at the time to provide to the other parent the address and telephone number…
Judge Boyer appears to not care what the parties have agreed to, and has the apparent unprofessionalism to ignore the law to enforce his own views.
We wonder how clowns like this are Judges?
What do you think language like the following means in Judge Tyrie Boyer’s courtroom:
…Each party shall communicate to the other party the children’s medical and dental appointment…
In Judge Boyer’s courtroom, that kind of language appears to make the notification optional. Such behavior goes on for years, and Judge Tyrie Boyer laughs away at his own inexperience.
It is bad enough to have a Judge like that in a regular case, but in cases involving children, it is just unprofessional and sad to have a Judge behave that way.
Take the latest moment of hilarity, er, clarity from the Justice Department, in which a communications aide to Attorney General Eric Holder mistakenly called Republicans on the HouseOversight and Government Reform Committee when he meant to call Democrats. The aide, Brian Fallon, told staffers he was calling to see if they could leak information to friendly reporters and give the Justice Department a chance to comment before the majority got their hands on it.
When he realized his error, committee staffers say Mr. Fallon came back on the line to say, oh, sorry, there has been a change of plans and Justice wouldn’t share the information after all. Mr. Fallon has since said it is perfectly normal to call Congressional Republicans and Democrats, though he does deserve a place in the dimwit government hall of fame.
We have written about others who belong in the dimwit government hall of fame, there are certainly plenty of them who play fast and lose with the law in order to obtain power.
You know, I haven’t been doing this family law stuff except for three days, but — and frankly, let me tell you, I truly believe in psychoanalysis. (laughing).
What Judge thinks it is funny that he is completely inexperienced in an area of law and then laughs about it? And then to make matters worse, what kind of judge will then stop professionals from testifying?