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It was said with a straight face...!!...

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He's kidding right? Geithner is going to crack down on tax cheats????..... Ok. I thought it was a joke at first, but no! said that as head of the Treasury, he would order a "crackdown" on tax cheats in the U.S.!! And he said it with a straight face. Mr. tax cheat himself is going to crack down on tax cheats. That is the pot calling the kettle black. He stated this in prepared remarks before Congress on March 4th 2009.

What the hell is he thinking? Does he realize he has no credibility when it comes to this issue? Geithner if you recall did not pay his own taxes ($34,000 in overdue taxes to be exact).

Tom Daschle withdrew his nomination as the Secretary Health and Human Services(he had failed to pay $128,000 in back taxes). And then there was Nancy Killefer, an Obama nominee for overseer of the OMB (she had tax issues and perhaps "nanny" issues and she withdrew her nomination). And most recently there is Ron Kirk - Obama nominee for Trade Representative (owes $10,000 but will pay it or so he says).

So let's start cracking down on tax cheats within the Obama Administration. It appears very few of these people pay their taxes. Then move on to Congress and start with Charles B. Rangel, Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee. His committee writes the tax code!

The Washington Post reported back in Sept. 2008 that Rangel "forgot" to pay taxes on $75,000 of rental income from property he owns in the Domincan Republic. He also is accused of not paying interest on the property for the past 10 years! Rangel is currently the subject of an Ethics investigation. No kidding.

Let's get real. You've just witnessed in less than two months of Obama being office, the biggest transfer of wealth that this nation has ever seen. We're now paying for dead-beats who should have never had a mortgage to begin with.

One of the new provisions in the proposed bailout II is to allow mortgagees who LIED or MISREPRESENTED their assets to renegotiate their loans to a lower interest rate and to lower their principal on the loan! Who pays for this? Take a guess.

Excuse me, but is that not fraud when you misrepresent your income and assets in order to secure a loan?

God save the nation.

Written by Gary

Wednesday 11 March 2009 at 7:40 pm

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