"Do you know who will be in charge of health care? The IRS. You thought getting audited was bad? Wait until your next prostate exam." --comedian Jay Leno
...the word is 160,000 or 16,000 new IRS workers (i'll have to look that up) will be needed to enforce health care insurance mandates from the bill
hundreds of new bureaucratic offices just to run the program...
the laugh is short...
I can see it now...IRS refuses to allow to health care until you pass your taxes you might still owe.
IRS audit for health care use...you have paperwork in order to "Prove" your illness? Audit your medication usage? Any left over medication from previous year must be reported to the IRS.
"Well, President Obama, turning up the pressure on Congress to pass this health care reform. In fact, he's telling Democrats, if they don't vote for this bill, he will go out and campaign for them in November." -Jay Leno
all of those jokes are funny because they're true.
i heard the IRS would need 7,000 new workers to administer the new healthcare box on our tax forms.
i used to work for the government and let me tell you, i saw a lot of people sititng on their behinds all day doing nothing. my boss even had a fridge in his office and he would make himself screwdrivers every day! i quit because they couldn't keep me busy and told me "to slow down". can you believe that?!
so, what about all the people who DON'T pay their taxes?
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