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How the Media Distorts a Romney Quote

Joycey Wrote: Sep 15, 2012 9:47 AM
We are taxed enough already. Shrink the Government!
YesWeDidYesWeCanYesWeWill Wrote: Sep 15, 2012 9:50 AM
Ain't gonna happen...time for the 1% to pay up!
snappercat Wrote: Sep 15, 2012 9:52 AM
Take everything the 1% has and next month all you will have done is increase the number of food stamp recipients.
Joycey Wrote: Sep 15, 2012 10:02 AM
What are you hoping to do with all that cash? DRUGS?
Harold15 Wrote: Sep 15, 2012 11:52 AM
That 1% BS is just that. If you identify yourself as a liberal or a Democrat, you can be a gazilionare and be counted as a part of the 99%. Examples: Michael Moore, Warren Buffet and George Soros. But, if you identify yourself as a conservative or Republican you are automatically part of the 1%. I make, in a good year, just over $25,000 and because I identify myself as a conservative, I'm considered part of the 1%. It has nothing to do with wealth as the left would like us to believe. It's all politics. If you don't support the left they'll go after you. When Reagan first ran for president, he asked the question, "Are you better off today than you were for years ago?" My response, and at the time I was make around the...
Harold15 Wrote: Sep 15, 2012 11:56 AM
...same as I am now, was no. Four years later when he asked the same question and I was still making the same amount, my answer was yes. I posted this comment on line (no Internet at the time just online services) when Clinton got elected and my response from Clinton supporters was that now that they were in charge, they were going to take it all away from us. Support liberalism and the left or they'll go after you financially. It's about politics not wealth!
Yesterday, Mitt Romney gave an interview on Good Morning America in which he defended his tax plan from conjecture that it would force him to raise taxes on middle-income Americans. In responding to interviewer George Stephanopoulos, Romney said,

"No one can say my plan is going to raise taxes on middle-income people, because principle number one is (to) keep the burden down on middle-income taxpayers... No, middle income is $200,000 to $250,000 and less."

The left-wing media sniffed out a storyline: by dropping the last two words from that statement, it looks like Mitt Romney thinks that...