Getting angry with a taxman from the IRS? How could that possibly happen? Perhaps it’s because of the IRS motto:
We are the IRS.
We aren’t happy until we make you unhappy.
Frequent readers of The Summa are well aware of my fascination with Youtube videos. They are so revealing of public sentiments. Although the premier video in this blog post come up a bit later (by Anne M. McKinney), there are some excellent videos to go through first.
The first video summarizes a popular stereotype for IRS agents, here is “The Tax Lady From Hell.”
So what happens immediately after dealing with an IRS agent from hell? Of course, bulldoze your own house. That’s what I do. Every time. Here’s the latest news from Columbus, Ohio.
Other people evade taxes and continue to live in their house. Here’s a video showing time-tested techniques for evading taxes.
Don’t have enough guts to evade taxes? Just try to bluff your way through the audit:
Hey, that advice seems to work really well. At least, some people have tried it. They just didn’t pay all their taxes. If you don’t pay all your taxes, you might find yourself appointed to a high level position in the Obama administration. Timothy Geithner went this route. Anne M. McKinney, a tax attorney from Tennessee, explains and sings about Mr. Geithner.
Isn’t she cute? Although we don’t like paying taxes, we really hate it when other people cheat on their taxes and get away with it. Here’s a tax cheat song:
Whatever you do, please don’t do anything rash if you are upset with the IRS. The IRS agent killed, when a crazy man flew his plain into the Austin IRS building, was a nice man who helped people avoid IRS seizures.
Note: this blog post is offered in good clean fun. I do not advocate cheating on taxes. I probably pay more than my fair share of taxes. If you work for the IRS, please don’t audit me. Audit Mr. Geithner instead.
Debit and credit – - David Albrecht