Even though most of you think that college will last a lifetime, at some point you will either have to graduate or drop out because you can’t pay tuition forever. When graduation day comes you will in almost all certainty have a panic attack concerning what you will do with your life. There will be one thing that you won’t have to worry about, that is how to buy a house, because hopefully you can understand what I am about to tell you.
Now, whether you are republican, democrat or independent you probably have accused a president of lying once or twice. No matter which president you have had an angry tirade against I will give you justification for any such rant, provided it is in the form of accusing him of lying. However, it is not in the form that you are expecting.
Most of you will not want to read this article for almost the same reason why you don’t look at grades immediately or check your bank account after a night in Midtown.
As I was unfortunately driving on my scooter in a near hurricane, I saw a bumper sticker that read “If 10% is enough for god, it’s enough for the IRS”. While I admire his passion to limit the distinction between church and state, however I did have a problem with his overall logic. Contrary to popular opinion, the IRS is not to blame for how much money you pay in taxes every year.