But he’s for the common man, donchaknow. Hypocrisy rules this scumbag.
On the bright side, he’ll have something to fall back on when he gets his ass handed to him on a silver platter in the primaries.
So John is making money hand over fist on the backs of poor folks with bad credit, say it isn't so, John!
Isn't that more like $1,200 haircuts? And according to his hair stylist - $1,600 haircuts?
Does anyone know how much he claimed in charitable giving? TIA
Hope he is taking a beating!!!
what better description of a bolshevik on the democrap plantation:
the “intelligensia” or apparatchiks shop at the moscow gum store while the po’ folks stand in line.
April 25, 2007
Vice President Al Gore came in for withering ridicule in 1998 when his tax return showed he had contributed just $353 to charity. So did then-President Bill Clinton, after a review of old tax returns revealed that he had once claimed a $75 deduction for donating a suit with ripped pants to the Salvation Army, as well as $2 for a pair of used underwear and $9 for six pairs of used socks.
President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney released their 2006 returns this month. Bush and the first lady reported gifts to charities and non-profits totaling $78,100 on income of $765,801. Cheney and his wife had income of $1.6 million and gave $104,425 to charity.
Edwards, wife made $39 million in past decade
`Ex-lawyer` had dozens of `multimillion-dollar` verdicts, settlements
Friday, September 3, 2004
In their 1997 tax return, the last one to list Edwards’ occupation as attorney rather than U.S. senator, the couple reported an adjusted gross income of $11.4 million.
The jump in income for 1997 reflected his share of a $25 million jury award he won in the case of Valerie Lakey, the largest `personal-injury` award in North Carolina history, plus another $6 million in settlements. Part of `6-year`-old Lakey’s intestines had been sucked out by a faulty pool drain.
Edwards reported more than 40 `multimillion-dollar` verdicts and settlements in the 1990s.