Claire ‘Forgot’ Her Airplane?

Posted March 22nd, 2011 by Iron Mike

OMG! When an AUDITOR forgets…to pay taxes

Claire McCaskill is a Democrat. You knew that already because this story is about unpaid taxes.  And an expensive private plane.  She’s been a US Senator since 2007.  Before that she was Auditor of Missouri for 8 years. Auditor!?! She is a former prosecutor – yes, she’s an attorney, and a former law clerk.

And ~ somehow ~ she ‘forgot’ to pay property taxes of $287,000 on her 2001 Pilatus PC-12 for 4 years?  TOTALLY believable!  After all, she’s a Democrat. They just raise taxes, they don’t actually pay them. Just ask John Kerry; – his yacht is still in Rhode Island.

The actual ownership of the airplane will be another story. It seems she is only ‘part owner’ – along with Timesaver LLC – a Delaware tax-dodge corporation she set up in 2006 during her senate campaign.

From her US Senate websiteAs Auditor, Claire brought an innovative approach to the office by adding performance audits to the traditional financial audits.

Yeah, you are one HELL of an innovative auditor Claire!

Now she wants to sell the plane.  Hmmm…not planning on running next year Claire?  Got enough government pensions lined up? She says she’s convinced her husband to sell the plane. Maybe she can get a tax write-off for the loss?

Wanna buy a Pilatus PC-12 quick?

Call Claire in DC at 202-224-6154 or in St Louis 314-367-1364

Hey, what would happen in your life if you owed $278K in back taxes

Do you suppose there’d be a lien on your house, your car, your business, and your unborn children? Just sayin!

   /s/ Iron Mike
   Old Soldier, – Still Good for Parts!

2 Responses to “Claire ‘Forgot’ Her Airplane?”

  1. B Howell

    I believe Nancy Pelosi was her teacher. Nancy was always forgetting something; like the Constitution. Auditor, lawyer, prosecutor, Claire is a great role model for the younger generation. These ladies (?) have taught us that we are all equal but some are more equal than others.

  2. Rabid Republican

    I’m pretty sure it was just an oversight… and the check’s in the mail.

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