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IRS423:33, 25 August 2015

To put "the taxman" in the White House is going to be a "tough sell", I suspect.

SVTCobra22:58, 25 August 2015

On the other hand, could be a selling point. Who better to reform the tax system?

Pi zero (talk)23:13, 25 August 2015

Yes, if the average American had an accounting degree like me. However, I don't have so much faith in my fellow Americans.

SVTCobra23:18, 25 August 2015

If you treat people like children, they'll tend to act like children. If you treat them like adults, some will disappoint you, but more will act like adults than would have if you'd not treated them that way.

Pi zero (talk)23:24, 25 August 2015

You should tell that to Donald Trump. No, wait. He's just an idiot.

SVTCobra23:33, 25 August 2015