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Strike Back at Tax Cheat Tim Geithner
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Are you up for a cathartic act of civil disobedience? DaveG at Where’s the Change? has a subversive plan. I like it:

I think it’s time for a comeback for civil disobedience. The only thing that angers me more than the rampant elitism and corruption in our government is that apparent tolerance for it that was demonstrated most recently with the appointment of what is almost certainly a tax cheat as the Treasury Secretary. Surely I am not alone in wondering why I am a big enough sap to pay tens of thousands of dollars in Federal taxes each and every year, while our Washington bureaucrats seem to get away consequence free with a pattern of cheating and fraud. And please, don’t tell me Tom Daschle didn’t get away with it. Sure, he lost his position for a cabinet position, but don’t you think he will be laughing all the way back to his millions-a-year “consulting” gig? Will he be prosecuted for his fraud like I would be? Did he pay any penalties? No, and no.

Since my single, solitary vote is nothing more that a BB in a machine gun world, I intend to start practicing civil disobedience. In the case of Treasury Secretary Geithner, I am going to have a rubber stamp made that says “Tax Cheat!” in block letters. Every time I see a piece of paper currency with Geithner’s signature on it, I am going to stamp over his name with my Tax Cheat stamp. Sure, this action is just as futile as my vote, but eventually maybe others will reach the same conclusion that I have: it is far past time to make our voices heard.

Dave has a link to an inexpensive stampmaker at his blog, or you can go to taxcheatstamps.com — until, that is, Dear Leader and Dear Treasury Tax Cheater move to shut them down.

Remember: Dissent is no longer patriotic.

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Ideology • Tags: Double standards, Tim Geithner