PR Stunt to PR Punt: The Refund Saga!

Moose-money! Ameros!

The 4th Reich made the obvious PR announcement that there will be no delays for people getting tax refunds. Possum Hollar needs money for the new AR-15 to protect their stills homeland from invading NYTimes reporters on anthropological explorations to see what makes them tick. But I’m only guessing.

As we know, delayed tax refunds would needlessly hurt EVERYONE, not just the haters and losers in the Democrat Party, including their own base.

But how the 4th Reich will actually do this remains a mystery as the IRS is only staffed at 12%. Calling in more, unpaid and furloughed staffers to process and issue refunds to please the base seems like the kind of thing that would make ol’ Eiron giggle. But announcing it and then have it not happen (or even not happen on time) seems like a PR blunder.

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14 Responses to PR Stunt to PR Punt: The Refund Saga!

  1. we may get hired scabs doing tax refund work. People who can’t even add 2and 2 to get 5.

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  2. Dennis Cole says:

    Wondering why my comments occasionally don’t get posted, with the disclaimer: “Sorry, but your comment can’t be posted at this time.”


  3. Dennis Cole says:

    Besides, as well – it won’t let me copy the comment, so I can try again later. Frustrating.


  4. Saw a brief discussion of this on “The Last Word” last night. He could do this, all he has to do is declare the IRS an ‘Essential’ agency.

    The blast radius of Grover Norquists’ head would be impressive, to say the least.

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  5. HarpoSnarx says:

    Seriously REFUNDS?! Like the Billionaires are allowing the rabble to get near the Dollar Monopoly parking lot.

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  6. MDavis says:

    Maybe he thinks someone needs to simply flip a switch at IRS headquarters and the spice will flow.

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  7. Jules MomCat says:

    I predict Suckface will withdraw his demand for the wall, for “Humanitarian reasons,” asserting that he’s taking the financial difficulties of the million unpaid Federal employees into consideration. That would make him appear to be a good guy, and would let him slip out the back door without losing face.


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