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Wednesday, February 4, 2009


J. Grant Swank, Jr.

Tom Daschle demands that he himself slide under the knife.

He gave a speech. It was about tax cheaters. He bristled in his language castigating those who did just what Daschle did.

Daschle, evangelist for purity, gave forth with vim and vigor. The only trouble is that he is the typical lying politician who wears two tongues, something like B. Hussein Obama.

The more we read of today’s political escapades and those personages celebrating them, the more America realizes that our house is built on a lot of sand dunes.

Daschle is a huge pile of it. He preached a sermon like none other when stating that anyone tax cheating should be taken to the ropes—“prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law for failing to pay his taxes,” per The Washington Times’ James Curl.

Now position Daschle on the Senate floor. All ears are attending his verbalizing holiness of pocketbook. He lets loose by whipping to a pulp tax robbers.

“’Make no mistake, tax cheaters cheat us all, and the IRS should enforce our laws to the letter,’ the former Senate Majority Leader said in 1998 during a debate on a bill reforming the Internal Revenue Service.”

“’. . .tax cheaters cheat us all. . .’” Preach it, Tom.

Your text: “Thou shalt not steal.” Exodus 20

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