MONDAY, APRIL 17, 2017
No Big Tax Again Protest This Year Tomorrow is Tax Day in America, and our Good Friend Bobby Leach says a woman at the H&R Wenstrup office asked him, “Is that your extension in your pocket or are you just glad to see me?” During the past several eight years, Tax Protest Rallies were a real BFD hereabouts. Remember when TEA Party Patriots packed Fountain Square? Remember when all those people were willing to pay $5 just to attend Cincinnati TEA Party’s big Rally for Sean Hannity’s Book on April 15? Nothing that exciting is going on this year. There were still tickets available for the Cincinnati TEA Party’s donations-only fund-raiser at the Eastgate Holiday Inn last year on April 15. We’re still trying to figure out if over-taxed payers wouldn’t prefer spending cuts to tax hikes. You’d never know it, according to what you read in the newspapers or see on TV.
According to our friends at the Tax Foundation, TAX FREEDOM DAY arrived for everybody in the United States on last April 24. That means Americans worked well over three months before they earned enough money to pay that year’s tax obligations at the federal, state and local levels. (Everybody’s still waiting to hear when Tax Freedom Day will arrive in 2017).
Tax Freedom Day varies by state and county, depending on local taxes. Last year, the Tax Foundation calculated Tax Freedom Day arrived in Kentucky on April 11, and would arrive in Ohio on April 19, and in Indiana on April 18. Tax Freedom Day continues be a little later in Hamilton County, ever since that Disingenuous Double-Dipping DemocRAT in the county auditor’s office jacked up your property values. No wonder the Board of Revision expects to receive a record number of complaints this year. If only Disingenuous really had a real Republican opponent running against him last time.
Bluegrass Bureau Chief Ken CamBoo says he’s not surprised Tax Freedom Day arrived earlier in Northern Kentucky than it did in Ohio, even though the Bluegrass has a Republican Governor like Matt Bevin but those RINOs in the State Legislature to raise your taxes.
Finally, at this morning’s meeting of the Conservative Agenda, Political Insiders were asking if Tax Day was supposed to be a dreaded deadline for “everybody,” why 45% of Americans paid no federal income taxes this year, and Beloved Whistleblower Publisher Charles Foster Kane explained, “Either their incomes were too low, or they qualified for enough credits, deductions, and exemptions to eliminate their liability.” And that doesn’t include all those “Tax Cheats” who’ve already filed or all those Procrastinating Americans who still haven’t started working on their taxes.
Meanwhile, our friends at the IRS remind us, today’s April 18 deadline for filing your federal taxes is for real, it’s not just one of those phony baloney ObamaCare deadlines deadlines we all became accustomed to during Obama’s Failed Second Term.
Maybe that’s why our Quote for Today Committee chose Albert Einstein’s “This is too difficult for a mathematician. It takes a philosopher.”
This is the Official 2017 Whistleblower Tax Day E-dition.
Any other so-called Official 2017 Tax Day Day E-ditions you might see are surely fake!
Three Quick Fixes
Hurley the Historian says Disingenuous DemocRATS and Obama Supporters in the Press may still be blaming President Bush for everything that’s ever gone wrong in America since the Battle of Bunker Hill, but today is still your dreaded TAX DAY and The Blower will now once again offers these three common-sense suggestions to fix our whole tax-and-spending mess:
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Some anti-tax items in today’s Blower were sent in by our equally anti-tax subscribers, like this important tax reminder:
And Don’t Forget, When Calling The IRS, You Still Have To “Press 1” For English
2017 Whistleblower Tax Day Video
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