**Romney tries to sidestep tax furor he ignited By Tom Raum AP Published by
DSNews 01/18/2012 WINNSBORO, S.C. Mitt Romney tried doggedly
Wednesday to sidestep the political furor he had started a day earlier by
revealing he pays federal taxes at a rate of about 15 percent, less than
millions of middle-income American families. - This story
**'Stumping, Mitt Romney pegged as both charming and awkward on campaign trail'
- By Jamshid Ghazi Askar - DSNews - 07/17/11 '"I should tell my
story I'm also unemployed," Romney said according to the New York
Times. And yet: **'Mitt Romneys wealth raises new
questions' - By Jamshid Ghazi Askar - DSNews - 08/15/11
"Romney owns between $250,000 and $500,000 in horses." - Article **Taking heat over his $10,000 bet, Mitt Romney responds with the story
from his LDS mission By Jamshid Ghazi Askar Published by DSnews -
12/12/2011 Aww... poor guy. (Sarcasm)
Heck... I pay more than 15%! **'Firm dissolves after
giving pro-Romney PAC $1 million' - By Ken Thomas - AP - Published by DSNews -
Does anyone beside me remember when John Kerry's taxes were published during his
campaign and it was established that he paid only about 12% tax rate? And he
owns a yacht, serveral homes and his wife is one of the richest people in the
world! Where were all the liberals whining about him? Romney's income is only
from 8 speaking fees and income from his investments. We all pay taxes on our
income, not our wealth, just like Nancy Pelosi, the Kennedy's, Barney Frank and
George Soros et al! How come rich liberals never are challenged on how much
taxes THEY actually pay, not how much they want OTHER people to pay?
How can Romney sidestep the IRS?Has Obama paid taxes on the billions
he took from us for vacations?Looks like the rich and wealthy
commander is sidestepping.
Re: Pagan | 4:23 p.m. Jan. 18, 2012 "Heck...I pay more than 15%!Heck, you payed about 15% more taxes than Democrat Timothy Geithner
before Obama nominated him to be head of the Treasury Department. He failed to
pay $34,000 in taxes from 2001 to 2004.)I don't feel any obligation
to pay one red cent more that I owe come April 15th. Obviously Geithner took
that philosophy to the next level.
Hmmm. Pagan paid more taxes than Romney?Just think of all the tax
money coming from Keystone, had the anointed one not blocked it.