Presidents

@saphrina (31733)
South Africa
February 4, 2010 10:08am CST
I just have to share this with you. But first i would like to know, who is providing for your countries president and his family? Obviously the taxpayer. Well, we as taxpayers have to start forking out a bit more than usual, as our president decided that 5 wifes and 19 children are not enough. He had an affair and now he has another daughter, but luckily for him, he doesn,t have to pay for anything. I wonder if he ever heard of the words too many, can honestly be too much?
2 responses
@bingchen (1126)
• China
5 Feb 10
i agree with your comment.actually i find that our tax feed this government officer.but they wouldnot few think about people's suffering.when we hope that they could improve people's life and provide more life's security.they could not do this for people.sometimes i protest some of them what they do and add people's burden.what they do is not meaningful for people.
@saphrina (31733)
• South Africa
5 Feb 10
Unfortunately these are the kind who don,t give a flying fig about anyone, but themselves. As long as they have a wonderfull and rich life, they do not care about the citizens. TATA.
@Savvynlady (3685)
• United States
5 Feb 10
I don't know where you live but to me, that is a bit costly and if he made them, President, King or not, he ought to provide for them. My take and that's that. Folks love to hide behind power, positions and do their dirt there but power is something that can make or break you if not used any kind of way. So yep, I'd be a bit ticked off at him myself.
@saphrina (31733)
• South Africa
5 Feb 10
Well, i live in south africa and yes, it is not fair to do what you want and like, just because you have power. And you do not have to care as there are always the taxpayers who will have to pay, no matter what. You should see the parties that we have to pay for. Your hair will really stand on end if you get me started on those. TATA.