Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Tax Enslaement

The expression on his face says at least as much as his sign.

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Anonymous said...
September 29, 2010 at 11:24 AM  

so many big words! one and syllable, and he was getting them right too. Maybe he just didn't have an extra V in his letter kit and said fuck it.

Anonymous said...
September 29, 2010 at 4:14 PM  

I'm particularly flummoxed by the third line: "waste fraud abuse". What IS "fraud abuse"? Is it committing fraud badly-- like, getting caught at it, perhaps? Or committing too much fraud, maybe-- "abuse" in the sense of overuse, like alcohol abuse? And what, exactly, would it mean to WASTE fraud abuse??

Anonymous said...
October 12, 2010 at 7:45 AM  

Oh man, these taxes are so onerous. I mean, I make less than $250,000 a year and my taxes are at a historic law. This is so exactly the same as being forced to work on a plantation for no money.

Anonymous said...
October 13, 2010 at 6:09 PM  

Hell yeah I'm with this guy: screw government slavery. Making me report my earnings for processing via a loophole-ridden system bloated with credits and deductions that nearly anyone can exploit? Bull. What's Odumbo going to do next, shackle me for life to a corrupt loan, health insurance, banking, or credit industry with powerful allies in Washington whose bread and butter is preying on the unfortunate by dangling the carrot of self-sufficiency and a comfortable standard of living in front of them? Now that would be a travesty.

All this interventionism is the real problem-we'd all be dancing in a golden ethereality, basking in the soothing warmth of the magic of the free market if they'd butt out. You see, our friends on Wall Street and various boards of directors are all super nice guys who wouldn't hurt a soul, let alone throw families on the street for a buck, and we can trust them to play nice with no oversight. Sorry I done stole that last part from the Larry the Cable Guy DVD my 30 year old daughter and her six children on welfare, Medicaid, and food stamps bought for me, but it's still true as a bald eagle's tears I tell you wut.

Hear that, Obummer? Butt out, because what my corporate overlords do isn't any of your business, let alone mine.

Anonymous said...
November 10, 2010 at 10:39 AM  

Perhaps he was referring to a particular policy that I think they where going to introduce in Alaska.
Anyone who owes the IRS money is forced to pull a sleigh (slay) in the winter.
I believe it is pronounced
en-slay-ment : The act of forcing someone to pull a sleigh.