That's pretty ugly.
Frankly, I can't think of anything other than to make an offer in compromise to the IRS. Unfortunately, you would have to come up with a lump sum and that doesn't appear to be in the cards, either.
If you could hold out until Sept. 24, 2012, then you could file a second Chapter 7 bankruptcy and discharge your tax obligations -- but, until then, you're pretty much at the government's mercy.
You could file a Chapter 13 and try to craft a plan to stretch out your payments until 2012 and then convert to a Chapter 7. But, you would still have to wait until Sept. 2010 to file.
Hope this helps.
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