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Cutter: Okay Fine, We've Been Lying About Romney's Tax Plan

Aura Wrote: Oct 07, 2012 12:03 PM
The Obama campaign has announced that it raised the eye-popping sum of $181 million in September. This is the largest monthly haul of either campaign this year. A total of 1.8 million people donated, so the average donation was $100. Romney's campaign has not released its total for September yet, but observers expect it to be lower. All in all, the Republicans have more money because their superPACS have raised much more than the Democratic ones. However, not all dollars are equivalent. Actual campaigns get a lower advertising rate from television stations than others do, so a campaign dollar is worth more than a superPAC dollar. Obama 2012!
Benjamin98 Wrote: Oct 07, 2012 12:10 PM
Great that Obama has the support of so many people from our enemy countries or those that resent our leadership. I wonder how much of that haul was from Iran, China, Russia and other countries that prefer a weak POTUS.
brimley Wrote: Oct 07, 2012 12:10 PM
and the Unemployment rate dropped below 8%


just don't bother to read past the bold print.


Wouldn't want you to have a brain bleed
RG_THP Wrote: Oct 07, 2012 12:09 PM
Barack Obama is a pathological liar and is simply incapable of telling the truth about anything and will lie even if the truth would not damage him in any way.

Most, if not all of his staunchest supporters suffer from the exact same condition.
RG_THP Wrote: Oct 07, 2012 12:06 PM
Almost ALL societies throughout History have flatly condemned stealing from one another.

Barack Obama changed the word 'Steal' to the term 'Wealth Redistribution' in his Marxist attempt to change the fundamentals of American Society.

Barack Obama is the 'Prince of Thieves', 'King of Liars' and a 'Master of Deception'.

One of the strongest elements of Mitt Romney's spectacular debate performance was his decisive rejoinder to the president's oft-repeated allegation that the Republican plans to raise taxes on middle class families.  Obama said Romney has designs on an unpaid-for $5 trillion tax cut that would eventually necessitate higher tax bills for average Americans.  Romney flatly rejected the claim by calling it false, then explained what he actually has in mind.  But the president returned to the "$5 trillion" well on several subsequent occasions, prompting more rebuttals from his challenger.  FactCheck.org and CNN reviewed Obama's accusation, and found it wanting....