Tuesday, February 03, 2009

Another Politician Gets Caught Gambling

Tax troubles have tripped up another Obama administration official.

Nancy Killefer withdrew from consideration to be the federal government's chief performance officer -- a new position -- because of her past failure to pay unemployment taxes for household help at her home.

"I recognize that your agenda and the duties facing your chief performance officer are urgent," Killefer wrote in a letter to President Barack Obama Tuesday. "I have also come to realize in the current environment that my personal tax issue of D.C. unemployment tax could be used to create exactly the kind of distraction and delay those duties must avoid. Because of this I must reluctantly ask you to withdraw my name from consideration."

You may never run for President. You may not even run for your neighborhood's board. But the fact still remains that you are breaking the law when you hire an individual maid. You can gamble and take the chance you'll never get caught. Or you can just follow the law and hire a professional cleaning company. The choice is yours.

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