Death and Taxes


The House’s tax writing panel will meet this afternoon to vote on whether to make public former prznint and current NFT salesman Lord Damp Nut’s tax filings.

Today, the House Ways and Means Committee is meeting to decide whether to publicly release six years of former president Donald Trump’s federal tax returns that it obtained after a lengthy court battle. The move by the Democratic-led panel could be the latest headache this week for Trump after the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol voted unanimously Monday to refer four criminal charges against him to the Justice Department.

Do it.

Rep. Kevin Brady (R-Texas, America’s Lab for Bad Policy) the rank(ing) member is of course opposed, and he and his GOP colleagues have a press conference planned to warn against making the returns public, because “it could set a precedent to erode privacy for everyday Americans.”

I worry about the day that the House Ways and Means Committee votes to release my tax returns to the public.


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8 Responses to Death and Taxes

  1. Well then, we’ll just reply with the usual thing they throw in our faces when we dirty fucking hippies complain about privacy:

    “What are you afraid of if you haven’t done anything wrong?”

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  2. Martin Pollard says:

    What are they going to do, threaten to release the already-public tax returns of Joe Biden and every president (besides TFG) that’s already released them to the public? The stupid, it burns.

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    • MDavis says:

      Even Hillary’s tax returns were released, even though she was never POTUS, and released for years when her husband was not POTUS.
      Their argument is fishy.
      And tfg promised he’d be happy to release his returns if only the IRS would let him (boo hoo)

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  3. MinuteMan says:

    They’ll get even next term by releasing Hunter Biden’s taxes and maybe Mitt Romney’s, too.

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  4. Buttermilk Sky says:

    After all these years I’ve lost interest in the orange-covered mud devil’s taxes. Unless it’s a last resort as with Capone.


  5. paul m fredine says:

    his ‘reasoning’ included that , dawg forbid, even the returns of scotus judges could be divulged. now if there’s one group who needs to have their returns made public it’s them. don’t we have the right to know who’s buying their decisions?

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    • MDavis says:

      There might be something of interest in tfg’s returns. I’ve been reading about alleged Russian bots getting all angsty about releasing his returns to the public.
      Personally, I don’t care if they go public as long as the information in them is handled responsibly by the parties that subpoenaed them, such as using them to charge (and convict?) his unpainted butt for any crimes revealed. From the bot action mentioned, there may even be evidence of a Russia connection such as payoffs badly excused in supporting documents.

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