Just a reminder: we’re still waiting to see Gov. Romney’s taxes, like every candidate ever.

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Just a reminder: we’re still waiting to see Gov. Romney’s taxes, like every candidate ever. The highest office in our land deserves transparency.

“Republicans spent 2 years asking Obama for his Birth Certificate, which he produced over and over again. Romney can’t even produce his tax returns. It’s a disgrace.”

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3 Responses to “Just a reminder: we’re still waiting to see Gov. Romney’s taxes, like every candidate ever.”

  1. Mark Ledbetter says:

    Looks like Romney has finally caved and revealed his taxes. According to a Yahoo news analysis, he paid 14% in taxes and gave 30% to charity. That compares to the Obamas' 21% in taxes and 22% to charity.

    I'm hardly a fan of Romney, but he comes off looking better than Obama on this. Reducing to the max support for, among other things, the American war machine, the American Gulag, Carworld, gargantuan bureaucracy, and the Superstate in general (ie taking all the tax breaks you can get your hands on), and then giving generously to charity, sounds to me like the ideal.

    Ok, Romney's kinda of confused about it. He actually does support what govt is doing. But still, cutting your taxes and giving lots to charity is a great guide for what the rich should do.

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