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    Shamed former congressman Anthony Weiner is facing fresh accusations about his conduct in office, with claims he made unusually large tax deductions.


    Records show that Weiner took $40,521 in unspecified itemised deductions on an income of $156,117 income during the 2010 tax year.


    Meanwhile, his finance reports list his home in Forest Hills as the address of his campaign committee even though officially the committee pays for office space in Manhattan, it has been reported.


    Speaking about the former congressman's 2010 tax return, Manhattan CPA Jonathan Medows said it appeared to include more than would be expected for his mortgage and standard state and local tax writeoffs.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...#ixzz1PmfPkDaW



    Also included in that article, Huma is seriously thinking of leaving him.

    So his life is completely falling apart, he could end up divorced and in prison for tax fraud. I know, a Dem caught cheating on his taxes. Unheard of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apocalypse View Post
    Shamed former congressman Anthony Weiner is facing fresh accusations about his conduct in office, with claims he made unusually large tax deductions.


    Records show that Weiner took $40,521 in unspecified itemised deductions on an income of $156,117 income during the 2010 tax year.


    Meanwhile, his finance reports list his home in Forest Hills as the address of his campaign committee even though officially the committee pays for office space in Manhattan, it has been reported.


    Speaking about the former congressman's 2010 tax return, Manhattan CPA Jonathan Medows said it appeared to include more than would be expected for his mortgage and standard state and local tax writeoffs.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...#ixzz1PmfPkDaW



    Also included in that article, Huma is seriously thinking of leaving him.

    So his life is completely falling apart, he could end up divorced and in prison for tax fraud. I know, a Dem caught cheating on his taxes. Unheard of.

    I know that he's an idiotic bigmouth but after all of this I feel kinda sorry for him ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apocalypse View Post
    Shamed former congressman Anthony Weiner is facing fresh accusations about his conduct in office, with claims he made unusually large tax deductions.


    Records show that Weiner took $40,521 in unspecified itemised deductions on an income of $156,117 income during the 2010 tax year.


    Meanwhile, his finance reports list his home in Forest Hills as the address of his campaign committee even though officially the committee pays for office space in Manhattan, it has been reported.


    Speaking about the former congressman's 2010 tax return, Manhattan CPA Jonathan Medows said it appeared to include more than would be expected for his mortgage and standard state and local tax writeoffs.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...#ixzz1PmfPkDaW



    Also included in that article, Huma is seriously thinking of leaving him.

    So his life is completely falling apart, he could end up divorced and in prison for tax fraud. I know, a Dem caught cheating on his taxes. Unheard of.

    He's a Dem. He won't end up in prison for tax fraud. He'll be put in charge of the Commerce Department or something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by megimoo View Post
    I know that he's an idiotic bigmouth but after all of this I feel kinda sorry for him ...
    I don't. He brought it on himself.
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    Me neither. He needs to reap all the harvest ten fold of what he has sown throughout his life. He is a loud mouthed pretentious bully who should have never been elected. This turd could only win his office in a DIMoRAT district like this one. I still believe their are a few decent DIMoRATS out there who would have never voted for this Wiener.
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