Apparently Lib-tards & Federal Workers Don’t Feel Compelled to Pay Their Taxes

If you’re having trouble meeting your “April” obligations it helps to be a big lib and work for MSNBC. Working for the federal government seems to work too. As recently as March 24th of this year, PBS Newshour reported that Federal workers and retirees owed more than $3.5 billion in unpaid taxes last year, a $200 million increase over the previous year, the IRS said Tuesday.

And National Review has disclosed that a fourth host, co-host or employee at MSNBC has come up short when it comes to doing what we all hate to do but somehow manage to take care of ~paying our taxes. Touré Neblett (never heard of him, but then who watches MSLSD, as Mark Levin calls it), co-host of MSNBC’s The Cycle, owes more than $59,000 in taxes.

Melissa Harris-Perry, who hosts the show by the same name, and her husband, James Perry, owe around $70,000 in delinquent taxes, and of course Al Sharpton’s tax woes continue, with him owing approximately $4.5 Million.

Former host Joy Ann Reid is a light-weight owing a mere $4,948 to the State of New York.

Oh, but they’re always quick to criticize Republicans who are “all afraid to vote for a modest tax increase of people who can totally afford it.” Harris-Perry has opined that,

“We actually do better as a country when we spread the wealth around.”
But I say, no our country would do better if a few more libs and federal employees would pay their damn taxes! What’s with the special treatment and lack of enforcement for federal workers and MSNBC people?
And BTW, I hope you haven’t tried to call the IRS this year for tax advise because as payback for all the heat they’ve taken for targeting conservative and religious groups the IRS has hung up on millions of callers during this tax filing season.

Help pass liberty on to the next generation.

Aloha, Mikie ~just a blogger (fightin’ like a girl)

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