Ahmnodt Heare for President

Ahmnodt Heare For America… Ahmnodt Heare For You.

Taxing Day

Filing taxes is (for lack of a better word), taxing.  Despite of all the forms, it basically boils down to two things: 1) How much did you make? and 2) Send it in. (Please enclose an additional $29.95 processing fee.)  Then they get you because they want to know where you got the money for the processing fee and why it wasn’t included with income.

Paying taxes would feel less burdensome if we were getting our money’s worth.  The federal gas taxes are supposed to go for roads and bridges, yet 1/3 of our bridges fail safety codes.  The more we spend on education and health care, the dumber our children become and the sicker we get.  Somebody has to pay for the GSA’s lavish parties.

This is why I am a fiscal conservative.  I only spend money on things I really need (housing, food, water, clothes, auto expenses, nudie bars, etc.)  I will bring that fiscal conservatism to the White House.  I will no longer have taxpayers fund a study on the flow of ketchup or on the mating habits of gay Argentinian men.  Funding will be limited to the essentials of running government, military, social programs, and the National Vanna White Museum.  If somebody needs money for a study, they can raise the money with a cake sale or a magazine drive.

You can vote for Obama or Romney (two men known for spending money), you could vote for Ron Paul (Please don’t.)  You can vote for Roseanne Barr, Lee Wrights, or another third party candidate.  But the best vote would be a vote for Ahmnodt Heare.

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April 17, 2012 - Posted by | Ahmnodt, commentary, editorial, education, health care, humor, satire, taxes, Vanna White | , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

2 Comments

  1. In Canada, they have just recently changed the tax forms for the disabled, as they claim, “to help make the filing process easier for the disabled”. Ha! What they did was to eliminate tax returns to the disabled! For the past 14 years i have gotten a tax return each year, meant to “help the disabled to buy the things they could not afford during the year”… which was nice… but the gov’t did not tell anyone that what they were doing was eliminating the tax returns to the disabled, saving themselves about 3-4 hundred bucks per year, per disabled person. Way to find those savings, guys!!!

    Just gotta love government! (only when flat on the road, as per road kill!)

    Comment by Marc Phillippe Babineau | April 17, 2012

    • Here in the States, the disabled get a monthly check from Social Security. The amount one gets depends on how much one puts into Social Security. Disability checks are free of income taxes, but can’t claim any income credits other than the standard or itemized deduction. .

      Comment by Ahmnodt Heare | April 17, 2012


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