It's Tax Holiday Day here at the White House. A little known fact, all Presidentially appointed Executive employees do not have to pay federal income taxes. That's right out of Timmy Terrific's office, so if the Treasury Department is saying so, it must be true.
I, for one, enjoy paying my taxes. For a period of time back in the mid-1980s, I filed Big Guy's taxes for him to avoid, shall we say, some embarrassing income issues that arose as he worked his way through college. But since the early 1990s, as his income levels have increased and his finances have become more complex, he farms it out to his accountant in Chicago, and by "accountant in Chicago" I mean "accountant in Chicago," if you get my drift.
This year, expect to see a lot, and I mean A LOT of charitable giving on the First Couple's tax return. Since Big Guy's plan to punish charitable tax deductions as the loopholes for the wealthy that they are got panned, Big Guy and Lady M want to show that you can be generous to others and pay your fair share at the same time. Who knew that Tony Rezko had a home for unwed fathers?