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Robert Ariail for January 27, 2012

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    sharklungs  almost 10 years ago

    What about his total lack of charisma?

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    greycap  almost 10 years ago

    If you can afford it, it’sb better to bank in the Cayman’s than park your hard-earned money with the likes of th’ Lehman’s, eh?Not particularly fond of th’ guy, but he dotted all th’ ’i’s & crossed all th’ ’t’s for the IRS, so he can do what he wants with his money, just like y’all.

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    AdmNaismith  almost 10 years ago

    Sure Mittens paid every penny he owed- every penny he and his cronies lobbied to pay. Bain capital ans other wrote the legislation that gave them such a sweetheart deal.

    Mittens has more direct power over what he pays in taxes than anyone here ever will.

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    dahawk  almost 10 years ago

    I worked hard at jobs since I was 10 years old (mowing lawns) and eventually retired as an Engineer. Paid lots of taxes on my income over the years, but was smart enough to save and invest some of the amount left over. Now in retirement, a goodly portion of our income is from those savings and investments and is taxed at 15%. I’m a 99 percenter and the cap gains tax benefits me. Be careful what you wish for!

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    cjr53  almost 10 years ago

    No, CNN and their 6 tax attorneys does not help with credibility. A full on IRS tax audit would be more helpful. However, I would still have a little bit of doubt that Romney actually reported all of his income.

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    cjr53  almost 10 years ago

    “Romney paid his taxes. Obama administration employees owe over a billion in unpaid taxes.”

    A perfect example of why the rich should be paying their fair share of tax.

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