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Surprise: Obama Campaign Explicitly Approved Reid's Anti-Romney Lies

Deep Thought 42 Wrote: Aug 05, 2012 12:26 PM
I've been .listening to this bruhaha (ha-ha) for several days now - and NO ONE gets the point. The question isn't whether he paid taxes or not, the question is do his tax returns comply with the federal tax laws? I hope he paid no taxes. All he would be doing is taking advantage of the system congress and the presidents created ( note: mitt NEVER served in congress and hasn't been a president - he had no influence on making tax law). How many people do you know who voluntarily don't declare all the deductions they are LEGALLY able to? Why shouldn't someone structure his business to minimize his tax burden? This would be a perfect way to show how poorly written the tax laws are and ague for the fair tax or a simple flat tax.
ban1111ban Wrote: Aug 05, 2012 12:32 PM
It would be a nice example but it would also keep him from being elected President. That's why he's not showing them.
WhatsGoingOn Wrote: Aug 05, 2012 12:30 PM

Of course he complied with federal laws. Owebummer uses every department in our government for political purposes, so that shiaat would be materialized all over Romney if he were not on the up and up. Romney is squeaky clean, which is why the D'bags (Democrats) are resort to what they do best; lie.

Deep Thought 42 Wrote: Aug 05, 2012 12:34 PM
I believe his returns comply. I think he's missing a great opportunity to show why we need MAJOR changes to the tax code and replace it with something simple (flat tax or fair tax). He could easily explain that, as with most people, he likes to make the most money and pay the least amount of taxes (within the boundaries of the law, of course). Given the existing tax code he had to accomplish it by moving money offshore, etc.

Had the tax code been simpler and straight forward (NO deductions, allowances, etc) he could have used his money to where he thought it would have gotten the best return on investment - here.
WhatsGoingOn Wrote: Aug 05, 2012 12:39 PM

Earlier this morning, Karl Rove appeared on Fox & Friends to discuss Harry Reid's reckless accusations against Mitt Romney.  In case you're just joining this controversy, the Senate Majority Leader has spent the last few days peddling a scurrilous and evidence-free claim that Romney is a serial tax evader.  Rove wondered aloud why our fraudulent post-partisan prince of a president hasn't denounced Reid:

There's a pretty straightforward...