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Wealthy Mitt Romney admits he's taxed at an average middle-class rate, not like a multimillionaire

There are 164 comments on the www.nydailynews.com story from Jan 18, 2012, titled Wealthy Mitt Romney admits he's taxed at an average middle-class rate, not like a multimillionaire. In it, www.nydailynews.com reports that:

Political experts say the income tax issue raised by Mitt Romney, seen in Florence, S.C. Tuesday, may come back to haunt him in a campaign against President Obama, who could make income inequality a key issue.

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Since: Feb 08

Hypoluxo Fl

#169 Jan 27, 2012
barry wrote:
<quoted text>i was specifically talking about the manufacturing companies and more specifically the car companies as an example. al has been successfull in luring companies who hire a lot of people and generate a lot of support related businesses. it was just simpler to narrow my premise to cars but there are mabny other types of manufacturers that have come to al. and unfortunately no effort was made to preserve some of the smaller ones that we had had for a long time and now many of our smaller industrial communities are turning into ghost towns.
revenues lost.
There, you finally said it. Alabama LURED the companies to come on down. Now, just what do you think they were LURED with?
Tony

Broken Arrow, OK

#170 Jan 27, 2012
barry

Rainsville, AL

#171 Jan 27, 2012
Mykro wrote:
<quoted text>Nope. I didn't say it was OK. Our criminal teabag governor said he would turn it down and then quietly accepted it. That's what teabaggers are all about, hypocrisy. He got publicity for turning down the money for the bullet train no body but Disney wanted anyway.
ok, so you can go ahead and explain to mr bill that i might as well stay here in al where we at least win football championships [3 in a row] than move to florida which somehow needed or got/took more stimulus money than al. let's see pbo dished out the money, al has a snowballschance in you know where of voting for him but florida is a swing state. just observing.
barry

Rainsville, AL

#172 Jan 27, 2012
Mykro wrote:
<quoted text>There, you finally said it. Alabama LURED the companies to come on down. Now, just what do you think they were LURED with?
a smart business deal that benifited everyone including youall in florida.

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