Hope n' Change is just a bit distracted at the moment, owing to the need for us to learn how to use Quicken again, enter an entire year's worth of receipts, then (because IRS forms are written in Martian) laboriously stick all of the results into our overpriced tax software and hope we come closer to arriving at an accurate return than former Treasury Secretary Tim "Turbotax" Geithner ever did.
Because unlike Geithner, who didn't even get a wrist slap, if we make a $34,000 "mistake" in our own favor, we fully expect the IRS to arrange for us to get multiple, highly kinetic colonoscopies every day for the rest of our lives inside the shower room of a maximum security prison.
Still, the risk of running afoul of IRS abuse is the price we must pay for presenting a strong Conservative voice. After all, "Free Speech is never free."
Of course, in federal prison, neither is KY jelly.
If only it were this easy...