Democrats and taxes

note: I know it is off topic, but I couldn’t resist a little political commentary.)
For years we were told Democrats liked taxes and Republicans hated taxes. Over the last few weeks we’ve learned Democrats hate taxes just as much as Republicans. However, instead of lobbying for lower taxes, Democrats don’t pay their taxes.

I guess it is easier to tax and spend when it isn’t your money being taxed or spent.

According to the AP, “(Nancy) Killefer was the second major Obama administration nominee to withdraw and the third to have tax problems complicate their nomination after President Barack Obama announced their selection.” (You can read the entire AP story on the latest tax circus below.)

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  1. 2
    capstonereport

    Actually, you are probably right about Alabama. The only good things in terms of management would be the hiring of Dr. Robert Witt as president and Dave Hart as executive director of athletics.

    I swear it will take generations to clean up the bureaucracy in Tuscaloosa….much like it would take that long to clean up Washington.

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    Kenny

    The crazy thing is that these people do not have to pay any penalties. This is not a right that would be allowed to the ordinary citizen, yet they are having to pay no penalties. Also, if it were not for bein nominated for a position, these taxes would have never been paid.

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    Cooper71

    Notice the mainstream media is making very little of this.

    We can go and derail Camelot 2 now, can we?

    Sickening. Bunch of cheating, lying, hypocrits. Dems and Republicans.

  4. 5
    Auburnisajoke formerly the fan known as Ballplay Indian.

    Dems bring it to a whole new level. Socialist Democrat and Bama fan = same thing.

  5. 6
    Bamafan

    Wow, Omni and Ballplay can’t even discuss politics without bashing Bama. With Bama getting a Top 5(or better) recruiting class tommorrow, the Bama envy at Alabama Polytechnic Institute is at an all-time high.
    BTW, API=liberal Democrat. Cynthia Tucker, the socialist Political page Editor of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, is an auburn grad.

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