When a survey of 800 IRS agents shows 75% think it is OK to lie when giving evidence to Congress?

Doesn't that just indicate a culture of corruption that surely infects the entire administration?
Update: Sarah - yes of course it was 1991 - that is what we are talking about - the inherent corruption that was so typical of the Bush and Reagan administrations.

To those pretending the survey never happened
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424...
Update 2: SPAD XIII - Yes leadership sets the tone. And under Obama the administration's own people discovered and put an end to this process. As opposed to the Nixon White House who handed the IRS a list of political opponents to audit, or the Bush/Reagan admins that created a culture where the majority of employees... show more SPAD XIII - Yes leadership sets the tone. And under Obama the administration's own people discovered and put an end to this process. As opposed to the Nixon White House who handed the IRS a list of political opponents to audit, or the Bush/Reagan admins that created a culture where the majority of employees thought their responsibility to the administration was to routinely lie to Congress. More flagrant hypocrisy from the right.
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