Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Indispensible Men

Reaction ay the NY Times Room for Debate Blog on the Tax-doging appointees? Almost universal disgust.

• “The cemeteries of full of indispensable men.” - Georges Clemenceau

• THAT’S WHY HE HAS TO GO! The taxes are just the icing on the corrupt, don’t play by the rules cake.

I’m tired of this crap. Daschle should be passed over.

. . . our tax laws are too complicated . . . unless specialized in tax law, even lawyers have a tough time following and understanding [them].

They should put their money where their mouths are and pay the penalty.

How hard would it be to require all congressmen to have their tax returns vetted before they can run for office?. My guess is that the boon to the national treasury would be very much worth the effort.

[They] should do the honorable thing and disqualify themselves. Today!. So much for change…it’s the same old..same old story.

I can believe Mr Daschle made an innocent mistake. We all take transportation for granted. However, Mr Geithner is a crook.

Perhaps this is Obama’s plan for funding the bail out, get all the politicians and fat cats to pay their back taxes.

In arithmetic, an error is equally likely to be above or below the correct number. So, how come these folks never make an “error” in the IRS’s favor?

Tax cheats like Mr. Geithner and Senator Daschle do not deserve the public’s trust. Their “dog ate my tax return” excuses only deserve ridicule.

I do not think I would receive the same breaks from the IRS.

So much for “change we can believe in.”

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