What might be hiding in Romney's tax ...

What might be hiding in Romney's tax returns?

There are 56 comments on the in.reuters.com story from Jul 20, 2012, titled What might be hiding in Romney's tax returns?. In it, in.reuters.com reports that:

Mitt Romney tried again on Thursday to shift the campaign conversation away from his refusal to disclose more of his tax returns, raising questions about what may be in them.

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conservative crapola

Allentown, PA

#45 Jul 25, 2012
When will rugby release 12 years worth of tax returns like brainwashed daddy did? When will rugby release his mexican birth certificate? When will rugby tell us what happened to the 8.5 billion he and sonnyboy swindled from investors in his ponzi scheme? What are you hiding willard millhouse? Job killer rugby has more secrecy and mystery about him than nixon.

rugby '12: LIES 1st America 2nd
frank

Oakland, CA

#47 Jul 26, 2012
America Is Not The Same wrote:
when will Odumbo release all his records
Birth Marriage education work SS drivers records and past 10 years tax returns and his illigamite son with Vera Baker
Why did he pay 2 Million to have all his records sealed.
Any idiot can figure that out
Obama is afraud an NOT qualified to be president
What is obama HIDING
When will you get a brain?
frank

Oakland, CA

#48 Jul 26, 2012
The Romney’s dancing Olympic horse gets better health care than many Americans, and Mitt Romney is campaigning to take away people's health care – what’s up with that? Romney received a $77,000 tax credit for his super-star horse, more than most working Americans earn in a year!
HTS

Mandan, ND

#49 Jul 26, 2012
frank wrote:
The Romney’s dancing Olympic horse gets better health care than many Americans, and Mitt Romney is campaigning to take away people's health care – what’s up with that? Romney received a $77,000 tax credit for his super-star horse, more than most working Americans earn in a year!
Frank, your cheap class warfare rhetoric reeks with the putrid stench of Barack Hussein Obama. I'm really getting tired on the incessant left wing BS that you dredge up to support your Marxist ideology.

“It's a Brand New Day”

Since: Feb 06

New Rochelle

#50 Jul 26, 2012
HTS wrote:
<quoted text>Frank, your cheap class warfare rhetoric reeks with the putrid stench of Barack Hussein Obama. I'm really getting tired on the incessant left wing BS that you dredge up to support your Marxist ideology.
The "class warfare" has been successfully waged by teh GOP against the American Middle Class.
Open your eyes.
HTS

Englewood, CO

#51 Jul 26, 2012
Mr_Bill wrote:
<quoted text>
The "class warfare" has been successfully waged by teh GOP against the American Middle Class.
Open your eyes.
Bill, step back and look in the mirror. What you see is the face of a spineless Marxist wallowing in envy and class warfare.

“It's a Brand New Day”

Since: Feb 06

New Rochelle

#52 Jul 26, 2012
HTS wrote:
<quoted text>Bill, step back and look in the mirror. What you see is the face of a spineless Marxist wallowing in envy and class warfare.
Silly thing, the Marxists are hiding the Lying-neo-conservative wing of the GOP; and not the friends of the American middle class.

There is absolutely nothing, Marxist , socialistic, communistic, or any other ism or istic, about progressive income taxes.

The real fact is, these tax cuts were granted to the wealthy as a favor from GW Bush & Ron Reagan. The whole theory of "trickle down" is a false, proved false ideation.
With both Reagan and Bush's tax cuts, all we got were more debt financing a false prosperity.

Yuo should "step back" and let the scales fall from your eyes.
Tax cuts for the wealthy have been in effect, have resulted in growth in foreign jobs, losses in American jobs.

IT IS A FAILURE. IT Don't work.
So, take your red herring, and shove it back up your ass.
frank

Oakland, CA

#53 Jul 26, 2012
HTS wrote:
<quoted text>Frank, your cheap class warfare rhetoric reeks with the putrid stench of Barack Hussein Obama. I'm really getting tired on the incessant left wing BS that you dredge up to support your Marxist ideology.
LOL ... what a sorry f-ing lot you wingnuz are! Why don't you try something new for a change instead of beating your dead horse to a pulp! Class warfare, Marxism, Socialism, Communism, Nazism, Dictator ship, Messiah -- you retarded morons on right have thrown in just about everything but the kitchen sink! A friggen salted slug has more brains! The trouble ain't what wingnuz don't know, it's what they know that ain't so!
HTS

Mandan, ND

#54 Jul 26, 2012
Mr_Bill wrote:
<quoted text>
Silly thing, the Marxists are hiding the Lying-neo-conservative wing of the GOP; and not the friends of the American middle class.
There is absolutely nothing, Marxist , socialistic, communistic, or any other ism or istic, about progressive income taxes.
The real fact is, these tax cuts were granted to the wealthy as a favor from GW Bush & Ron Reagan. The whole theory of "trickle down" is a false, proved false ideation.
With both Reagan and Bush's tax cuts, all we got were more debt financing a false prosperity.
Yuo should "step back" and let the scales fall from your eyes.
Tax cuts for the wealthy have been in effect, have resulted in growth in foreign jobs, losses in American jobs.
IT IS A FAILURE. IT Don't work.
So, take your red herring, and shove it back up your ass.
Bill, if Marxism is what you seek, you should keep your greedy hands out of the pockets of others and let those who want to pay high taxes do so... They can be the beneficiaries of the government dole. Liberal progressivism is nothing less than covetousness and redistribution of wealth. It is government sanctioned plunder.
Tony

Broken Arrow, OK

#55 Jul 26, 2012
31% of Registered Republican Voters say they will NOT vote for Romney.
HTS

Mandan, ND

#56 Jul 26, 2012
Tony wrote:
31% of Registered Republican Voters say they will NOT vote for Romney.
Tony, no one is listening to your liberal BS.
HTS

Mandan, ND

#57 Jul 26, 2012
frank wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL ... what a sorry f-ing lot you wingnuz are! Why don't you try something new for a change instead of beating your dead horse to a pulp! Class warfare, Marxism, Socialism, Communism, Nazism, Dictator ship, Messiah -- you retarded morons on right have thrown in just about everything but the kitchen sink! A friggen salted slug has more brains! The trouble ain't what wingnuz don't know, it's what they know that ain't so!
It's always entertaining to watch a liberal squirm once you've gotten under his skin. When they're run out of left wing BS, they throw a hissy fit and only reveal their base ignorance.

“It's a Brand New Day”

Since: Feb 06

New Rochelle

#58 Jul 27, 2012
HTS wrote:
<quoted text>Bill, if Marxism is what you seek, you should keep your greedy hands out of the pockets of others and let those who want to pay high taxes do so... They can be the beneficiaries of the government dole. Liberal progressivism is nothing less than covetousness and redistribution of wealth. It is government sanctioned plunder.
Truly, a funny sentiment, coming from someone posting from North Dakota; one of the biggest, grubbiest WELFARE STATES in the nation.

Why don't you read up on how much of YOUR expenses that I PAY?
http://martincantor.com/files/FederalbudgetAn...

When Every resident of ND gives back the $4400 per year, every year that the rest of the USA subsidizes you; then I will even respond to your stupidisms.

Go shit in your hat and pull it over your ears. Don't lick.
You damn welfare bum, you are not entitled.
frank

Oakland, CA

#59 Jul 27, 2012
HTS wrote:
<quoted text>It's always entertaining to watch a liberal squirm once you've gotten under his skin. When they're run out of left wing BS, they throw a hissy fit and only reveal their base ignorance.
The GOPers were supposedly leading us into the 21st century, the new American century, or so they spouted! But something awful happened on the way the there. By the time the GOPers got through with us, we were a country on food stamps, battered, on its knees, reeling from the body blows. But there is more, instead of owning up to it and bowing their heads in shame, Republicans had the gall to call it ‘Leadership’ and now advocate for more of the same and blaming the Democrats. In the past four years the GOP’s movers and shakers have built an entire alternative knowledge system or alternate reality with its own facts, its own history, its own laws of economics. Outside the system, President Obama - whatever his policy errors - is a figure of imposing intellect, dignity and charm. Within the system, he’s a pitiful nothing, anti-American, unable to speak without a teleprompter, an affirmative-action phony doomed to inevitable defeat Obama. Sadly, many Americans caught up in their own web of paranoia, don’t understand why their government failed them, hearing only pithy sound bites that somehow strike a chord in their frightened souls and desperate minds:

“Government is too big.”

“Taxes are too high.”

“The government wants our guns.”

“Government is interfering in our lives.”

“Socialist Obama is not Christian American he is a Muslim.”

“Illegals are running across the border in droves, destroying our country.”

“Most Democrats in Congress are Communists or Socialists like Nancy Pelosi.”

The Republicans have successfully bamboozled many Americans into thinking the very policies under President George W. Bush which led us to the brink of economic catastrophe are the ones we not only need to return to, but need to double down on, i.e. the Ryan Budget. The New Republican Party Has Driven Out Its Moderates. This perverse attitude has driven out the likes of Maine Senator Olympia Snowe and former Nebraska Senator Chuck Hagel, who in an interview with the Financial Times last summer, called his party “irresponsible,” adding “I’ve never seen so much intolerance as I see today in American politics.”

Then there is Utah Senator Orrin Hatch, once the best friend in the Senate of the late Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy, with whom he devised some significant bills. Good thing Kennedy is not around to see what his old friend has become. Hatch, who was a moderate conservative, has moved far Right, spouting some of the most ridiculous, extreme sound bites. Why the new Hatch? He is running against another Tea Party candidate! While Democrats were hostile towards President Bush, however, they also worked with him, gave him the necessary votes to get the tax cuts through, and supported his bailout efforts in 2008. Such bipartisanship is no longer evidenced by the heartless and seemingly soulless Republicans.

“It's a Brand New Day”

Since: Feb 06

New Rochelle

#60 Jul 27, 2012
frank wrote:
<quoted text>
The GOPers were supposedly leading us into the 21st century, the new American century, or so they spouted! But something awful happened on the way the there. By the time the GOPers got through with us, we were a country on food stamps, battered, on its knees, reeling from the body blows. But there is more, instead of owning up to it and bowing their heads in shame, Republicans had the gall to call it ‘Leadership’ and now advocate for more of the same and blaming the Democrats. In the past four years the GOP’s movers and shakers have built an entire alternative knowledge system or alternate reality with its own facts, its own history, its own laws of economics. Outside the system, President Obama - whatever his policy errors - is a figure of imposing intellect, dignity and charm. Within the system, he’s a pitiful nothing, anti-American, unable to speak without a teleprompter, an affirmative-action phony doomed to inevitable defeat Obama. Sadly, many Americans caught up in their own web of paranoia, don’t understand why their government failed them, hearing only pithy sound bites that somehow strike a chord in their frightened souls and desperate minds:
“Government is too big.”
“Taxes are too high.”
“The government wants our guns.”
“Government is interfering in our lives.”
“Socialist Obama is not Christian American he is a Muslim.”
“Illegals are running across the border in droves, destroying our country.”
“Most Democrats in Congress are Communists or Socialists like Nancy Pelosi.”
The Republicans have successfully bamboozled many Americans into thinking the very policies under President George W. Bush which led us to the brink of economic catastrophe are the ones we not only need to return to, but need to double down on, i.e. the Ryan Budget. The New Republican Party Has Driven Out Its Moderates. This perverse attitude has driven out the likes of Maine Senator Olympia Snowe and former Nebraska Senator Chuck Hagel, who in an interview with the Financial Times last summer, called his party “irresponsible,” adding “I’ve never seen so much intolerance as I see today in American politics.”
Then there is Utah Senator Orrin Hatch, once the best friend in the Senate of the late Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy, with whom he devised some significant bills. Good thing Kennedy is not around to see what his old friend has become. Hatch, who was a moderate conservative, has moved far Right, spouting some of the most ridiculous, extreme sound bites. Why the new Hatch? He is running against another Tea Party candidate! While Democrats were hostile towards President Bush, however, they also worked with him, gave him the necessary votes to get the tax cuts through, and supported his bailout efforts in 2008. Such bipartisanship is no longer evidenced by the heartless and seemingly soulless Republicans.
Nicely written, and well reasoned. Thank you.
Cutwashington

Carlton, GA

#61 Jul 27, 2012
From the looks of it, Id have to say Dapper Dan!

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