Geithner, Daschle Remind Us, Taxes Too Hard for Democrats; How Can They Create a Workable Stimulus?

Democrats not paying their own taxes makes me question the biggest government give away ever: the stimulus.

Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner wasn’t sharp enough to use Turbotax and to ethically pay his own taxes; until that is he was nominated for the top financial job in the nation.

Related:
Daschle Knew of Tax Issues Last June, Raising Questions on Obama Vetting Process, Ethics

Now former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle, it turn out, accepted hundreds of thousands in gifts and compensation without ever noticing or considering these goodies income.  he didn’t confes until after he was vetted by team Obama for the HHS job.

Psst: you guys like me with little money searching for dimes in your pocket at the 7-11, if a company gave you a Cadillac and a chauffeur, it would never occur to you that was a valueable asset?

Geithner and Daschle raise serious concerns about mental ability or ethics or both.  And they add nothing to America’s trust of the government and should be expelled from further government service.

Related from Michelle Malkin:
http://michellemalkin.com/2009/01/31/what-w
ill-the-bend-over-republicans-do-with-tax-chea
t-tom-daschle/

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One Response to “Geithner, Daschle Remind Us, Taxes Too Hard for Democrats; How Can They Create a Workable Stimulus?”

  1. towp Says:

    It’s the same old “do as I say not as I do”. I’m starting to think this whole administration is on one giant Pass, but then again there is an old saying about the” chickens coming home to roost”, I assure you that day will come. Thanks for the post I need all the common sense I can find.

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