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Democrats, Media Get Punk'd: Romney Releases Tax Returns

RHSimard Wrote: Sep 22, 2012 1:20 AM
Look, the trolltards aren't interested in Mitt's tax returns for any particular year or his financial records for anything else in particular; they're interested in one or more of the following: 1. Something they think they can milk for political ammunition against Romney, 2. If not that, then something obscure and complex they can make ominous sounds about which the public won't be able to understand 3. In any case, DISTRACTION, DISTRACTION, DISTRACTION, anything to kill time, keep the eye on Romney in irrelevant way and shift attention away from Obozo's appalling performance and the results thereof.
Stan306 Wrote: Sep 22, 2012 1:27 AM
Item 3 is on the money and anything they can find that allows them to accuse Romney of something Obama is doing... Those items jump right to the top of the list.

Liberal rules include: Accuse the opponent of what you are doing long before they can point out that you are doing it... Keeps them busy denying rainbows while you are getting away with it.
retiredzoomie Wrote: Sep 22, 2012 1:39 AM
Let's see Romney man up and release his tax records from 2009.
Dot2Dasher Wrote: Sep 22, 2012 1:46 AM
It hardly matters now. He's pretty much gone based on the polls. By this time next week his rats will be fleeing the ship just like the GOP senators are.
anderson659 Wrote: Sep 22, 2012 1:22 AM
Well said,

This article sure hit em where it hurts
retiredzoomie Wrote: Sep 22, 2012 1:33 AM
The article is typical conservative fantasy-based nonsense. Romney may very well be a tax cheat, but refuses to release any information from 2009, when he very well could have taken a tax fraud amnesty from the IRS. He closed a Swiss bank account during the time URS, the bank that managed his account, had given up the names of Americans who had Swiss accounts and were being scrutinized for tax evasion. If Romney took that amnesty in 2009, he'd essentially be a criminal, and therefore ineligible for the Presidency. Let's see what happened in 2009...

It's official: The Romney campaign possesses a wicked sense of humor and an enviable degree of patience.  After months of caterwauling, breathless innuendo and baseless slander, the Democrats and their media allies are being treated to a Friday feast of piping hot crow.  The Romney campaign has released a detailed report of the the candidate's 2011 tax returns, as well as an extensive summary of the Romneys' taxes over the last two decades, prepared by analysts at PricewaterhouseCoopers.  What do these documents contain?  Brad Malt, the Romney family's trustee, summarizes the 2011 data: