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Them’s fighting words: Laying out his agenda for the new Congress under a GOP-controlled House, Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA), the congressman who is the incoming chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, called the Obama government “one of the most corrupt administrations” and predicted that the series of investigations he’s planning could potentially save U.S. taxpayers $200 billion. “It's more of an accounting function than legal function,” said Issa on Fox News Sunday. “And the sooner the administration figures out that the enemy is the bureaucracy and the wasteful spending, not the other party, the better off we'll be.” Issa plans to lead bipartisan investigations on food and drug safety and Medicare fraud.