Monday, February 2, 2009

Another thing to remember as April 15th approaches

It turns out that Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner is a piker when it comes to cheating on his income taxes. Geithner only cheated to the tune of a mere $48,000 or so. Now we learn that Tom Daschle, President Barry's nominee to manage the hundreds of billions of dollars that is spewed out by the Health Education and Welfare Department honey pot cheated to the tune of over $150,000. At first Daschle tried to make it seem that he was "only" guilty of not reporting the use of a company car and driver that was provided for him by a special friend who no doubt did that for purely selfless purposes; but now we learn that Daschle also didn't report $83,000 of cash income that he was given for "consulting services."

Change we can believe in. . . income taxes are optional, reporting cash income is optional.

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