Is Romney in fact a tax cheat

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    Is Romney in fact a tax cheat

    You know the righty mantra about Romney having a low tax rate is, "he didn't do anything illegal"?  That might be in doubt.

    Apparently, Mittens used a very aggressive strategy that may not have been completely legal.  Tax experts are pouring over the 950 pages of Mitt's tax documents from his 2010 return.  Early reports suggest that Mitt has some splainin' to do.  And not just the, "I wasn't aware the IMF wasn't withholfing FICA from my check" splainin'.


    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/08/24/mitt-romney-tax-strategy_n_1827632.html
     
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    [QUOTE]You know the righty mantra about Romney having a low tax rate is, "he didn't do anything illegal"?  That might be in doubt. Apparently, Mittens used a very aggressive strategy that may not have been completely legal.  Tax experts are pouring over the 950 pages of Mitt's tax documents from his 2010 return.  Early reports suggest that Mitt has some splainin' to do.  And not just the, "I wasn't aware the IMF wasn't withholfing FICA from my check" splainin'. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/08/24/mitt-romney-tax-strategy_n_1827632.html
    Posted by DirtyWaterLover[/QUOTE]
    Ofcourse Romney is a tax cheat. He's a republican:).................
     
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    Let's talk jobs - What's Romney's plan for job creation?  It's going to take more than tax accountants to get the economy going.
     
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    Alley, where's the love??  Where's the tolerance and understanding that liberals espouse so often???

    if Romney was a cheat, the IRS would be all over him....they are relentless...

    Why can't we all get along??? 

    Romney loves you, you will sleep better if you begin to look into your heart and find a way to love him back..


     
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    I doubt the IRS has even gotten around to looking at Romney's 2010 tax returns.  but that raises an interesting point.  If Barry has the power to command the IRS to look at Romney's tax returns, then Barry would know whether or not Romney paid any Federal Taxes prior to 2010.  So maybe Reid's source regarding romney not paying Federal taxes is Obama.

     
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    Slick Willard is certainly avoiding taxes while stuffing money into off shore accounts.

    Of course it's okay if a republican does it.
     
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    The fact that Romney gives 15% of his income to charity gets lost on liberals.

     
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    [QUOTE]The fact that Romney gives 15% of his income to charity gets lost on liberals.
    Posted by macnh1[/QUOTE]

    How do you know....have you seen his taxes?
     
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    The idea that Romney is getting over and doing so legally irks liberals.

    Money they could redistribute that they can't have.

    Basically what the 2012 election comes down to is Obama and the Democrats are running out of other peoples money to redistribute.
     
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    [QUOTE]I doubt the IRS has even gotten around to looking at Romney's 2010 tax returns.  but that raises an interesting point.  If Barry has the power to command the IRS to look at Romney's tax returns, then Barry would know whether or not Romney paid any Federal Taxes prior to 2010.  So maybe Reid's source regarding romney not paying Federal taxes is Obama.
    Posted by DirtyWaterLover[/QUOTE]

    Oh sure. Good call.

    The same Obama and Axelrod who had sealed marital records of 2 of Obama's political opponents in the Illinois Senate race released to the media destroying both.

    Speaking like a dirty water drinker not lover.
     
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    A tax return that's over 1,000 pages long.  Something the average middle class American can easily do to minimize their tax bill.

     
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    [QUOTE]Don't worry wingnuts, the private sector is doing fine. Just ask Mittens; "Big business is doing fine in many places," Romney said during a campaign fundraiser Thursday. "They get the loans they need, they can deal with all the regulation. They know how to find ways to get through the tax code, save money by putting various things in the places where there are low tax havens around the world for their businesses." And of course Mittens is a big advocate for those businesses, which are 'doing fine', to avoid taxes and move their profits to " low tax havens around the world for their businesses."  
    Posted by 12-Angry-Men[/QUOTE]

    And I suppose you want big business to fail. If the tax code say you can park your money and  pay less taxes elsewhere (why not?). How many homeowners out there that you know decline to take interest deductions on their mortages? Don't be an idiot, if there is a chance to pay less taxes, vast majorities of people ,corporations would take that opportunities

    Two out of every three United States corporations paid no federal income taxes from 1998 through 2005, according to a report released Tuesday by the Government Accountability Office, the investigative arm of Congress.


    The study covers 1.3 million corporations of all sizes, most of them small, with a collective $2.5 trillion in sales. It includes foreign corporations that do business in the United States.


    Perhaps you need to know something about doing business
     
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    [QUOTE]You know the righty mantra about Romney having a low tax rate is, "he didn't do anything illegal"?  That might be in doubt. Apparently, Mittens used a very aggressive strategy that may not have been completely legal.  Tax experts are pouring over the 950 pages of Mitt's tax documents from his 2010 return.  Early reports suggest that Mitt has some splainin' to do.  And not just the, "I wasn't aware the IMF wasn't withholfing FICA from my check" splainin'. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/08/24/mitt-romney-tax-strategy_n_1827632.html
    Posted by DirtyWaterLover[/QUOTE]

    that you think it is a useful expenditure of ti me that "tax experts are pouring over" his tax returns is telling.  Rep Rangel, tax cheat?  no problem.  Tim Geithner?  No problem.

    The IRS has already audited Mitt.  they tend to audit rich people every time, particularly rich republicans.  so, It is likely that ALL Mitt's taxes, for more than ten years,  have been poured over by the IRS, maybe more recently at Obama's command, and nothing found, because he would be doing the frog march to jail if anything was found.

    But keep trying to make this an issue.  It makes you look extremely foolish.

     
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    [QUOTE]Let's talk jobs - What's Romney's plan for job creation?  It's going to take more than tax accountants to get the economy going.
    Posted by DirtyWaterLover[/QUOTE]


    WHAT?  Having been soundly thrashed with common sense, you now want to move to the WEAKEST part of the Obama record?

    The hole that has been dug by Obama, when you consider the negative job growth to date, and also consider something no one on the left ever talks about, that is the increased population, legal and illegal, the jobs needed to just meet the population growth, and even with a strong job growth effort from Romney, it will take us easily ten years to recover from this fool of a president's amateurish attempts. 

    And that's just the jobs issue.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Is Romney in fact a tax cheat : WHAT?  Having been soundly thrashed with common sense, you now want to move to the WEAKEST part of the Obama record? The hole that has been dug by Obama, when you consider the negative job growth to date, and also consider something no one on the left ever talks about, that is the increased population, legal and illegal, the jobs needed to just meet the population growth, and even with a strong job growth effort from Romney, it will take us easily ten years to recover from this fool of a president's amateurish attempts.  And that's just the jobs issue.
    Posted by skeeter20[/QUOTE]

    But not 10 years to recover from the last one's CFIG?


    Why would anyone, right or left, want to go back?
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Is Romney in fact a tax cheat : But not 10 years to recover from the last one's CFIG? Why would anyone, right or left, want to go back?
    Posted by Firewind[/QUOTE]

    last one's? not following. can you elaborate?
     
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    Flyer term:  Controlled Flight Into Ground.  Just one of the CFIGs by old "Mission Accomplished".  Unless the co-pilot was flying at the time.  Or the flight engineer (Mr. Paulson).


    Why would anyone, right or left, want to go back?
     
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