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Monday, 2 March 2009

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"I'll Settle Tax Bill If The Other Half Of Washington Will!"

After three former Obama nominees for offices in his government asked to be excused after remembering they hadn't paid a few hundred thousand in income taxes, Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton confessed to making a few silly mistakes, totally unintended on her tax forms over the past 30 years, after a recent tax audit.

"Oh there was that time I forgot to pay taxes on that $10,000 in stock that jumped overnight to $100,000 while Bill was President", stated Hillary.

"But at the time, I had my mind on other things like Bill screwing around and finally getting caught red-handed."

"Then, in 1996, I was trying to push that bill though so every person in the United States would have lifetime health care from the cradle to the grave for only 30 percent of their income and I completely forgot that three million we got paid from the doctors and drug companies to let it drop."

"But it's hard to remember everything, except old Big Hair!"

"I'd pay my share if everyone else in Washington would. I'm just not going to be screwed by the IRA nor by Bill ever again, it looks like."

"So cut these recent three some slack. They said they would pay it back, didn't they? I guess I'll have to also, now that I've opened my big mouth. But if I do, I'm taking at least half of Washington with me."

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