Sunday, April 16, 2017

Trump may find his Tuesday Kenosha visit taxing

Tax day is usually April 15th, but a quirk in the calendar gives everyone a few extra days this year until April 18th, when noted Federal tax records' withholder-in-chief Donald Trump plans on visiting Kenosha - - where it's a safe bet that actual taxpayers will be on hand.
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Trump had a Twitterfit Sunday during his latest taxpayer-paid golf and country clubbing weekend about voters continuing to demand to see his tax returns. He thinks the election resolved the issue and rules out any further discussion.

I did what was an almost an impossible thing to do for a Republican-easily won the Electoral College! Now Tax Returns are brought up again?

Someone should look into who paid for the small organized rallies yesterday. The election is over!

Maybe that's the way things worked in Trump's boardroom where the boss made and enforced all the rules, but a democratic Republic, despite his best efforts, operates differently.

Too bad Trump didn't head over to Janseville: Ryan could have given him the tour.

Never mind,

Last point: Will all the Wisconsin GOP electeds who have told us repeatedly that Trump was the best candidate show up to bask in the dark and distorted reflection of this President with the worst first 100 days, ever? Count on it.

1 comment:

Jake formerly of the LP said...

Well-stated. The tone-deafness of Drumpf having a public event on TAX DAY is amazing. Combine that with the idiocy of Walker, Ryan and Reince showing up with this guy, and you've written any campaign ad you need if you're a 2018 Dem.

Also, how much of a kickback is SnapOn and Kenosha-area GOP MegaDonor Dick Uihlein making to have all of these guys show up in the same place?