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Matt Foley

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Democrat: I want you to listen to me. I did NOT...HAVE...SEX....with that woman....

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“Make no mistake, tax cheaters cheat us all, and the IRS should enforce our laws to the letter. ” Sen. Tom Daschle, Congressional Record, May 7, 1998, p. S4507.

Oh, maybe he meant to insert "except me and other Democrats" after "tax cheaters."

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Once again idiots take the stage. It takes a special kind of stupid to think that a man who makes millions of dollars a year and is in the public spotlight all the time would try to avoid paying such a small sum (for him) in taxes by breaking the law.

Unless he just wants to give dumb people something to whine about.

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Once again idiots take the stage. It takes a special kind of stupid to think that a man who makes millions of dollars a year and is in the public spotlight all the time would try to avoid paying such a small sum (for him) in taxes by breaking the law.

Unless he just wants to give dumb people something to whine about.

HAHAHAHA! When your team is full of cheats and corruption, you make excuse after excuse...When the other side does it...CRUCIFY!

At least for most of us republicans, we agree that they should be charged if a crime has been committed, and removed from power if impropriety has been proven. All a dem has to do is apologize for being a crook and you guys orgasm!

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Once again idiots take the stage. It takes a special kind of stupid to think that a man who makes millions of dollars a year and is in the public spotlight all the time would try to avoid paying such a small sum (for him) in taxes by breaking the law.

Unless he just wants to give dumb people something to whine about.

Idiots definitely have taken the stage ... Obama's nominees for appointments and those who see absolutely no problem with them not paying their taxes, unless and until they get caught up in having to come clean to get their shiny new appointments.

Explain, please, how he managed to keep from paying "such a small sum" until now, if his public spotlight has been so bright up until now?

Man, talk about idiots.

BTW -- I owe a piddly amount of back taxes, and the IRS doesn't let me forget it for one second!

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Once again idiots take the stage. It takes a special kind of stupid to think that a man who makes millions of dollars a year and is in the public spotlight all the time would try to avoid paying such a small sum (for him) in taxes by breaking the law.

Unless he just wants to give dumb people something to whine about.

And if this was George W. Bush instead of Daschle, you would say this exact same thing?

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Of course. Why the hell would a guy who wants to be or is President not pay his taxes, or try to get out of paying what is a pittance to him? It does not make sense.

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Of course. Why the hell would a guy who wants to be or is President not pay his taxes, or try to get out of paying what is a pittance to him? It does not make sense.

You're always good for a nice chuckle.

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HAHAHAHA! When your team is full of cheats and corruption, you make excuse after excuse...When the other side does it...CRUCIFY!

At least for most of us republicans, we agree that they should be charged if a crime has been committed, and removed from power if impropriety has been proven. All a dem has to do is apologize for being a crook and you guys orgasm!

OK, so no crime has been identified here, but the team is full of cheats. Wow, Republicans really have the market cornered on maintaining humble transparency in government.

Perhaps you forgot about the whole Illinois governor/senator thing the Dems stood up against (even though there was no legal reason to do so), there was at least one more Dem that lost a position or seat that they had because of some legal issue in the past couple of months...maybe you don't mean to apply selective logic, but if not, it's because logic really is not at the top of your thinking process.

And of course, you utterly failed to even attempt to come up with a good reason why a multimillionaire being considered for a Cabinet post would attempt to get away with 140,000 of tax "cheating". It was a misunderstanding with his accountant over tax rules or something similar, get used to it.

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You're always good for a nice chuckle.

Ahh, deflection of logic. Look at the funny monkey!

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