Wednesday, February 04, 2009

Rangel Rule Act of 2009, HR 735

Rangel Rule Act of 2009, HR 735
would prohibit the Internal Revenue Service from charging penalties and interest on back taxes against U.S. citizens. Under the proposed law, any taxpayer who wrote “Rangel Rule” on their return when paying back taxes would be immune from penalties and interest.

Now that is an example of a good law: it's just, it makes sense and it pokes fun at an individual who richly deserves it. 

Too bad it's got a snowball's chance of passage.
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