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Geithner confirmation.

Discussion in 'Business & Economics' started by chestnut, Jan 21, 2009.

  1. chestnut

    chestnut New Member

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    If this guy gets confirmed, that will show the rest of the world what a good decision maker Obama is.

    What a joke. A person in charge of the IRS who does not know he owes money to the IRS. And then the dems, say. "He made an honest mistake"

    Go Obama! Go. Show em! Yeah!
     
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    Don't forget the rest of the jewels he's been pickin' off the cherry tree for his so called cabinet.

    The politicians always have excuses and legitimate "reeeeeeaaaasons" for their shortcomings.
     
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    Geithner hearings

    It's true that I didn't watch much of the hearings, but, one couldn't watch c-span or the finance channel today and not see some of it.

    Same old same old gotcha politics. Even though the people who passed the tax statutes freely admit that they don't understand them, they are playing gotcha with someone who made the mistake of trying to do his own taxes.

    Geithner has started using tax preparers. When they make a mistake, the taxes are still owed, but, no wrongdoing on the part of the taxpayer is implied.

    He tried using the turbo-tax program by himself.
     
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    threads merged.
     
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