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Geithner, the tax cheat, to select winners and losers


Either geithner was too stoopid to figure out how to pay his taxes, in ehich case he doesnt deserve to be Treasury Secretary and also deciding which businesses will win and lode  or he was an intentional tax cheat, in which case he also doesnt deserve to be Treasury Secretary.

Sen. Bob Corker (R., Tenn.), probably the most knowledgeable man in Congress about the car bailout, and someone who argued months ago in favor of a pre-planned government-sponsored bankruptcy for GM and Chrysler, calls the Wagoner firing “a major power-grab by the White House on the heels of another power-grab from Secretary Geithner, who asked last week for the freedom to decide on his own which companies are ‘systemically’ important to our country and worthy of taxpayer investment, and which are not.”

Corker calls this “a marked departure from the past,” “truly breathtaking,” and something that “should send a chill through all Americans who believe in free enterprise.”

Hey Mr Geithner, ( the Tax Cheat): how about payng your taxes without first being ordered to do so before you tell us who is worthy of winning and losing?


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