On Friday, as Kevin and Guy both noted, Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney released his 2011 tax returns to the American public. Not only did we learn that the former Massachusetts governor paid taxes every single year since 1990, thus discrediting the Senate Majority Leader’s preposterous accusations, but he also paid $2 million in taxes last year alone and gave about $4 million (or nearly 30% of his annual income) to charity. In any case, now that we have these new figures, which presidential candidate paid the highest tax rate and gave the...
Yours is a very uninformed opinion. If you are talking about The LDS church, local leaders don't get paid. They don't try to become leaders the are called into service. If you are talking about other faiths you need to do more research because the amount the are paid for rendering fulltime service to there fellow man can in no way be considered bloated. Also if you take away Romney's 10% tithing that still leaves him giving 20% in other charitable contributions. Also with all faiths, the people are envouraged to help there neighbors. This help is more efficient than government help and causes those receiving the help to rely less on government and thus save us all money. Don't be so narrow minded.
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