Right now the President of the United States is making numerous changes in his staff of phony leaders.
Why is it that not one reporter, editor or commentator has asked if the numerous individuals, such as Timothy Geithner who heads our treasury department, and is presently receiving a very generous paycheck from the taxpayers, and who will soon leave Washington, has paid the back taxes he probably neglected to pay for the past four years and absolutely forgot to pay the five years prior to being given his present job?
Those individuals with short memories should be treated the same as an attorney in Connecticut was treated. He was sentenced to one year and one day in jail, a large fine, after he repaid the last two years of taxes and will have to pay the additional three years as soon as our Treasury Department figures how much he owes.
What makes individuals appointed by the President any different then any other citizen in this country?
Anthony J. Milone