IRS Sorry for 'Star Trek' Spoof Using Your Money

The government agency used $60,000 in taxpayer dollars to fund the training videos.
1:12 | 03/25/13

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The latest Star Trek movie is out but fans. Are not there at the -- -- because. The IRS. Spent 60000. Dollars to make a Star Trek themed video and other videos for 2010 leadership conference. And in this one the IRS tricky -- make jokes aboard their Starship Enterprise why. While flying towards the planet no tax. Aware -- the -- mostly for training purposes the IRS may be hard pressed to call this training. How long before total. My calculations are correct total and he will occur 1111. -- but is about. -- and emergency medical distress call from the plan. Chris good down there some new single disease I've never seen anything like -- college detect. Tax -- the the a higher -- says they have enacted new standards for videos they won't repeat business day. -- it ideologues in the arrangement of galactic sized GSA scandal from a year ago when the government organization was found to have spent 822000. Dollars on a conference. In Las Vegas.

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