The Internal Revenue Service has been operating on a shrinking budget for the last five years. Congress has taken it down a total $1.2 billion, or 17 percent. That means fewer and fewer workers are getting the job done. Larry Gibbs is a member of the Miller and Chevalier law firm and an IRS commissioner under the Reagan administration. He tells Federal Drive with Tom Temin about his experience as one of seven former commissioners who signed a letter to Congress this month saying enough is enough.