It starts out, "You can cheat on your wife, you can cheat on your taxes," and then goes on to describe something that you can't cheat.
I'll pass on the first one as it regards to Monty Rushgrove, but the second one is too funny. It seems that he didn't pay his campaign's payroll taxes during the 2003 Gubernatorial campaign.
Every time he opens his mouth about fiscal responsibility on Gallo, I chuckle a little to myself. After leaving us in a $700 million hole, he managed to be a tax cheat. The next thing you know he'll talk about how frugal that $14 million flag vote was, or how cheap the commission he put together was.