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Reminder: Tax Day is Tomorrow, A Trip Down “Memory Lane”

     April 15th is our national tax day deadline. This is the day many hard working Americans will run around frantically trying to get the income tax statements mailed into the IRS by the stroke of midnight, lest the nasty collection agents and thuggish IRS bullies start threatening anyone who has missed this all important deadline. If you will notice in the aforementioned group of taxpaying Americans, they were referred to as hard working, which certainly leaves the four and a half day weekend- loving politicians out.  Most of the time they leave on Thursday afternoon and waltz into work sometime on Tuesday.  When it comes to the tax man imposing strict penalties and interest charges on Americans who miss the April 15th deadline, this also appears to only apply to the hard working taxpayer and not the members of Congress.

   Is that Senator Claire MCCaskell imitating the “scout’s honor” sign, and promising America that she will actually remember to pay all of her taxes this year in the picture at the left ?

    I say the hell with them,why don’t we all just ” forget ” to meet the IRS deadline of April 15th, and not send in those payment checks ?  We can just follow the lead of the politicians and their forgetfulness. Sen. Claire McCaskell (D-Mo)    just ” forgot ” to pay her taxes on an airplane for over 4 years and paid no penalty or did any jail time either. We were told that she wrote the check for her back taxes right away, and will sell the airplane involved in her forgetfulness to pay her fair share of taxes. I would like to see the actual check and IRS thank you note for Claire’s stated payment for  the almost half a million dollars in taxes that she just forget to pay for over four years. I recently asked Claire on twitter just how much jail time she did for the felony of evading pay-ing income tax for four years and never received a reply. Claire did have enough time to announce her next TV appearance on twitter, yet was too busy to answer the question of what jail time the big bad IRS gave her for her felony forgetfullness. She also refused to answer just how much in ” penalties ” she had to pay for it. Maybe the hard working taxpayers should just send in a note with their income tax return statement to the IRS that says I have a case of Claire McCaskell forgetfulness, and therefor I must have forgotten to include my payment check this year. Check with me in four years, maybe I will remember to pay it then,  just like Claire did, Please do not threaten me with those silly penalties and jail time either , as we now know you do not enforce them any longer.

    Another forgetful Democrat’s name you can write on your IRS statesment of non-payment this year is Congressman Charlie Rangel. Either the IRS publishes the proof that he paid all his back taxes and interest penalties for his forgetfulness, or we send in the Charlie forgot to pay his taxes for several years and so did I this note in leiu of a payment check.  Ya see, in 1987 Charlie purchased a luxury rental unit in Punta Cana Yacht Club in the Dominican Republic. This is in a yacht club people, not the urban ghetto slums of America, and it rents for a whopping $1100.00 dollars a night in peak season. First Charlie emphatically said there is no unreported income, period. Then he tried to blame it on his wife’s incompetence. next he was found to have under-reported the income from this luxury rental property in 2004, and 2005 reporting less than 5 grand in income  for the whole year. We pay income taxes on a yearly basis Mr. Rangel, and your property goes for 5 grand a week during peak season not 4 grand a year! In the end he remembered that he failed to pay income taxes on 75 grand over 7 years. Did he go to jail for felony income tax evasion ?  Not only did he not go to jail, he still sits in our Congress demanding that other people pay more in taxes, and also paid no penalties or interest for the 7 years on income tax evasion. That is a hell of a lot of forgetfulness there, Charlie.

     Tax day is tomorrow. While we must remember that tax laws and deadlines, penalties, interest and jail time will only be applied to the working man in America and not the career politicians that are supposed to work for the people, please remember Claire and Charlie as you write out the IRS payment check. Or, you could simply write out the ” I forgot just like Charlie and Claire did ” note, in leiu of a payment check.

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  1. Daniel (twitter: @Mirac777) says:

    Tax day is still officially April 15th, excluding extensions. Thank you for the added information. I have to wonder how/why a DC holiday is being allowed to effect a national deadline. The explanation at the IRS site isn’t explained well there.

    Thanks for your input.

  2. Jane says:

    Taxpayers will have until Monday, April 18 to file their 2010 tax returns and pay any tax due because Emancipation Day, a holiday observed in the District of Columbia, falls this year on Friday, April 15. By law, District of Columbia holidays impact tax deadlines in the same way that federal holidays do; therefore, all taxpayers will have three extra days to file this year. Taxpayers requesting an extension will have until Oct. 17 to file their 2010 tax returns.

    http://www.irs.gov/newsroom/article/0,,id=233910,00.html