I made a mistake … now, no questions please.
At this point my “outrage” tank is just about on empty.
In a letter to the Finance Committee that was released Monday, Daschle sought to explain how he overlooked taxes on additional income for consulting work and the use of a car service. He also deducted more in charitable contributions than he should have.
He recently filed amended tax returns for 2005-07 to report $128,203 in back taxes and $11,964 in interest.
Indeed. Moments ago. here he is explaining it all away in front of his buddies Kerry and Rockefeller. His arrogance … along with the wry little smiles on their faces behind them makes me want to gag. We ae the little people … they know it … it just hasn’t sunk in here.
Combine this with Eric “I made a mistake” Holder, Tim “I made a mistake” Geithner, and now Tom “I made a mistake” Daschle. I just want to puke.
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