New York State Highway 454 sign. Donald Trump hasn’t released his taxes in 454 days since he started his campaign. Wikimedia image
Donald Trump entered the race to be U.S. President on June 16, 2015.
Before he joined the race, Trump himself said that a candidate should release her or his taxes, so Americans can see their candidates are honest taxpayers.
But Trump has not released his taxes since that day. 454 days Trump has refused to show his honesty to America.
Should we vote for a guy who won’t come clean that he’s an honest taxpayer?
Donald Trump hopes to keep his secrets glued up in some vault, with Loctite 454. But if you agitate, dear reader, you can make 454 a lubricant, for the truth.
Trump promised to release his taxes years ago; we count from the day he declared his candidacy. Alas, Trump appears used to shanking on promises.
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I can’t believe that he is actually leading or getting closer to leading in many state polls. Hopefully, the debates will sort things out. That, of course, presumes the moderators will be effective (not likely) and that the press will react to the debates accurately (really not likely).
The news media (and I speak as a former member of the fourth estate) is easily the worst actor in this whole tragedy. Not Trump. Not Pence. Not even the deplorables. As horrible as the aforementioned are, it is the broadcast, internet (and to a lesser extent, print) media that are the MOST deplorable.
They have sacrificed their sacred calling, sold out their country and its people and further dumbed down an already mind-bogglingly stupid populace on the altar of filthy lucre.
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I don’t trust Oz so far as I can throw the morbidly-obese Trump. Otherwise, yeah, it’s nice to know someone is taking a look.
And, didn’t you choke at the interview with Trump, circa 9/12/2001, where he was asked about his reaction, and he said that now his building was the tallest one in lower Manhattan? Two-thousand dead, but Trump’s #1!
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Ed, lighten-up! Trumpet is going to have the status of his health discussed on surreality TV tomorrow, with Doctor Oz officiating. The physician who supposedly did examine and run tests on him, will not be along for the ride. But hey, Trump did go to the 9/11 memorial yesterday–the first one he made since he dreamed he watched the Muslims having cook-outs, back in 2001.
But Trump made-out well on the catastrophe. His 40 Wall Street property received a $150,000n small business reconstruction grant, even though it suffered no damage whatsoever.
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