Friday, September 10, 2010

The Next Time You Write a Check to the IRS You Might Want to Remember This Article

9/10/2010

Andrew Malcom

This is Nick, I run this blog. This article is not meant for you not to pay your taxes. It is meant to inform you of the corruption and tax evasion that goes on within our own government.
Thank you.

“41 people inside Obama's very own White House owe the government they're allegedly running a total of $831,055 in back taxes.”

“Federal employees across the nation owe fully $1 billion in back taxes.”

“638 workers on Capitol Hill owe the IRS $9.3 million in back taxes”

“Federal employees across the nation owe fully $1 billion in back taxes to the Internal Revenue Service.”

Over the years a lot of suspicion has built up across the country about Washington and its population of opportunistic transients coming to see themselves as a special kind of person, somehow above average working Americans who don't work down in that former swamp.

Well, finally, an end to all those undocumented doubts. Thanks to some diligent digging by the Washington Post, those suspicions can at last be put to rest.

They're correct. Accurate. Dead-on. Laser-guided. On target. Bingo-bango. As clear as it's always seemed to those Americans who don't feel special entitlements and do meet their government obligations.

We now know that federal employees across the nation owe fully $1 billion in back taxes to the Internal Revenue Service.

As in, 1,000 times one million dollars. All this political jabber about giving middle-class ...

... Americans a tax cut. Thousands of feds have been giving themselves one all along -- unofficially. And these tax scofflaws include more than three dozen folks who work for the president with that newly decorated Oval Office.

The Post's T.W. Farnum did some research and found that out of the total sum, just 638 workers on Capitol Hill owe the IRS $9.3 million in back taxes. As in, overdue. The IRS gets stiffed by the legislative body that controls its budget. How Washington works.

Privacy laws prevent release of individual tax delinquents' names. But we do know that as of the end of 2009, 41 people inside Obama's very own White House owe the government they're allegedly running a total of $831,055 in back taxes. That would cover a lot of special chocolate desserts in the White House Mess.

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