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Friday, 21 September 2007

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Washington (IP) - Politicians have decided to move election day from November to two days after April 15th "tax day". The Senate and House both agreed that the move would demonstrate how good they are at keeping promises.

The move would allow voters to consider their tax burden on the eve of election day.

A part added on to the bill, SB#OICU812, will grant politicians in the Federal System immunity from paying taxes. Actually this is a mute point in that most of the money politicians make during their tenure is made "under the table" and the money is secretly squirreled away in off shore bank accounts. This money comes from big business out right bribes, kick backs, lobbyists, and religious fanatic organizations.

Critics say that the new tax bill is merely "feel good" legislation and that tax payers will remain just as powerless to control their financial fate after the bill goes into effect next April.

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