Here’s the IRS ‘Star Trek’ video you paid for, America

Jim Treacher

Thanks to the sequester that Obama has been fighting even though it was his idea, we might not get a sequel to the following masterpiece. Courtesy of CBS News:

“Space: the final frontier
These are the voyagers of the Starship Enterprise Y
Its never-ending mission is to seek out new tax forms
To explore strange new regulations
To boldly go where no government employee has gone before.”
Thus begins a six-minute “Star Trek” parody starring IRS employees and paid for with your tax dollars. It’s not likely to go over well with some Americans and members of Congress, especially since federal agencies have been complaining that it’s difficult to find trims under forced sequestration.

It’s got the same production values and acting talent as a porn movie, except the only one getting screwed is you.

There’s also a “Gilligan’s Island” parody. Can’t wait to see who they got to play Ginger.
(Hat tip: Sharyl Atkisson)

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