The IRS recently was criticized for scrutinizing certain organizations applying for tax free status. It seems that organizations that had "Tea Party" in their names received extra scrutiny.
First of all, "Tea Party" generally refers to a political organization. And the fact is that political organizations are not entitled to tax free status.
Second, "Tea Party" is a reference to a revolt conducted by vandals who were opposed to paying taxes.
So these critics are essentially saying that an organization whose name implies that it's political in nature and opposed to taxes should not be scrutinized when it applies for tax free status?