Bruce Springsteen is the most overrated, and least talented out of all musicians in America, and now we learn that Bruce Springsteen and the members of his band are also piece of shit tax-evaders, who admits to not paying taxes for years – until the government finally forced them to.
“First of all, I never met anyone in New Jersey who paid any taxes. We never paid any taxes. Then when we got with [manager] Mike Appel, he was handling all our business, and his thing was, ‘We’re not paying any fucking taxes.’ So, years went by and … all of this time went by. Nobody’s paying taxes — me, the band, no one I know.”
Bruce Springsteen is just your typical piece of shit libtard Democrat criminal who commits crimes, and then attacks others who do the exact same thing.
I always knew I hated Bruce Springsteen, and now I have one more reason. Fucking tax-evading douchebag loser criminal belongs in jail – not only for being a piece of shit tax evader, but also for the shitty-ass music that he puts out, which should be a crime worthy of prison time..
Bruce Springsteen may be a supporter of big government and liberal policies, but he’s no friend to the taxman. The “Born to Run” musician admitted on a stage with actor Tom Hanks at the Tribeca Film Festival over the weekend that he was once a tax dodger and that his actions landed him in trouble with the government.
“First of all, I never met anyone in New Jersey who paid any taxes,” said Springsteen. “We never paid any taxes.”
He continued, “Then when we got with [manager] Mike Appel, he was handling all our business, and his thing was, ‘We’re not paying any f***ing taxes.’ So, years went by and … all of this time went by. Nobody’s paying taxes — me, the band, no one I know.”
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Uncle Sam took an interest in Springsteen after the success of his 1975 “Born to Run” album.
“They came after us,” he said. “I had to work for a couple years for somebody else every night.”
With Springsteen’s history of dodging taxes and being taken to task by the government, one would think his politics wouldn’t align so heavily with the Left, but they do. The singer has long stumped for politicians such as Barack Obama and spoken out against tax cuts.
In an article written for The New York Times in 2004, Springsteen criticized the Bush administration for implementing tax cuts. “We granted tax cuts to the richest 1 percent (corporate bigwigs, well-to-do guitar players),” he wrote, “increasing the division of wealth that threatens to destroy our social contract with one another and render mute the promise of ‘one nation indivisible.'”
Springsteen’s tax dodging could also be taken as just another example of his hypocritical politics.
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