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Hey, Media, a $75K Mechanic Pays a Lower Tax Rate Than Romney

OneForFreedom Wrote: Sep 27, 2012 1:26 PM
This column has nothing to do with the Iraq war. Are you saying that because Larry Elder still believes the war was justified, nothing else he writes can be trusted? There are other sources saying the same thing about Romney's tax return. And this article didn't mention that Romney donated 30% of his income to charity - in effect he could've written off much of what he paid to the fed, but chose not to.
OneForFreedom Wrote: Sep 27, 2012 1:52 PM
K, got it. Problem with Romney is his stance on Iran. Problem with Obama is his stance on nearly everything else. I wish Ron Paul was the GOP nominee...
Petya Wrote: Sep 27, 2012 1:46 PM
To summarize - the liar Elder who cost us TRILLIONS and many thousands of dead and amputees and handicaps, has the guts to write about taxation!
Larry Elders - you are the socialist of the worst kind! You are a Trotskyist! You are so evil - I doubt even Hell takes you when you croak!
Petya Wrote: Sep 27, 2012 1:44 PM
Don't pollute the issue with Romney's tax return. I don't give a flip about his tax returns - if IRS didn't have problems with them, neither do I. Frankly, even if IRS did have problems, I still wouldn't have an issue with Romney trying to keep as much of his earned money as he can.

The issue here is that filthy neocon who participated in a conspiracy to get us into war is writing about unfair taxes. I see 2 major problems here: 1. Credibility 2. Hypocricy. Wars are mass murders that cost blood and treasure, and are paid through by direct and indirect (inflation) taxes. Now wars are paid by Government printing money through there Fed-Treasury system. Inflation tax is the most evil tax - it shrinks the purchasing power of our money.
If "journalism malpractice" were a crime, Nancy Grace would not be able to keep track of all the trials.

ABC news reporter Jonathan Karl recently said: "Mitt Romney ... made $13.7 million last year and paid nearly $2 million in taxes. His effective tax rate -- 14.1 percent. That's a lower rate than an auto mechanic who made $75,000 in pay."

Not again.

Back in January, anchor Diane Sawyer teased "Mitt's millions" on ABC's "World News": "What Mitt Romney's taxes really show about wealth, taxes and fairness." Then correspondent David Muir informed viewers: "(Romney's) tax rate? In 2010, about 13.9...