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Washington Post to Harry Reid: Yeah, You Lied About Romney's Taxes

philbryson Wrote: Aug 07, 2012 4:48 PM
Thank you, Ms. Pavlich, for using a little reasoning. Would that the average voter were capable of reading and understanding your logic. The strategy of the consummate Chicago (dirty) politician, is simply to smear Romney with lies and innuendo. Character assassination appeals to those who are not interested in fact, reason or truth. Such people are happy to avoid making a rational choice. They simply hear the lies and accusations, repeat them in venues such as this one and consider themselves political activists. They then proclaim that Mitt can't connect with people, that he only cares about money, and that he is dishonest. They are pawns of the Obama propaganda ministry.

Despite groups like ThinkProgress and people like Nancy Pelosi defending Harry Reid's comments about Mitt Romney not paying taxes for ten years because someone told him so, the Washington Post is giving the Senate Majority Leader four Pinocchios, pointing out that two years of released Romney returns show he paid taxes, making Reid's assertions false right away.

Romney’s 2010 return and his estimated 2011 return do show that he paid substantial taxes in those years. In 2010, he earned nearly $22 million, including $3 million in taxable interest, nearly $5 million in dividends and more than $12...