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Harry Reid: Bain Investor Told Me That Mitt Romney 'Didn't Pay Any Taxes For 10 Years'

 

I don't really care that he reported that he was told Mr Romney has not paid any income tax in 10 years.

 

What bothers me is when he says that Mr Romney's dad would be "embarrassed" by his son. That simply is uncalled for and crosses the line of decency.

 

Would you have a problem if Boehner said in an interview "someone told me Obama has sex with 10 year old boys".

 

I've always thought Reid to be pretty much scum and this just confirms that.

 

I also found this part interesting consider who the current POTUS appointed....

 

Romney couldn't make it through a Senate confirmation process as a mere Cabinet nominee, the majority leader insisted
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Would you have a problem if Boehner said in an interview "someone told me Obama has sex with 10 year old boys".

 

I've always thought Reid to be pretty much scum and this just confirms that.

 

I also found this part interesting consider who the current POTUS appointed....

 

Apples and oranges. I am assuming that IF it is indeed true that Mr Romney paid no taxes that he did it legally. I have no reason to think he has broken any laws as WOULD be the case in your example.

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Apples and oranges. I am assuming that IF it is indeed true that Mr Romney paid no taxes that he did it legally. I have no reason to think he has broken any laws as WOULD be the case in your example.

I took that Mr. Reid was implying what Romney did was illegal mainly based on the part I quoted about not clearing confirmation. Why would Romney's personal finances affect his confirmation if he didn't do anything illegal?

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I took that Mr. Reid was implying what Romney did was illegal mainly based on the part I quoted about not clearing confirmation. Why would Romney's personal finances affect his confirmation if he didn't do anything illegal?

 

No clue. I didn't take it that way. If he is implying illegalities then add that to the list of problems I have with him.

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If anyone wonders why Congress has an approval rating around 10%, it is comments like this. Add in the commercials we are subjected to on a daily basis, the talking heads on TV and radio ... it is a sorry state of affairs. There is no such thing as respect or statesmanship these days.

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If anyone wonders why Congress has an approval rating around 10%, it is comments like this. Add in the commercials we are subjected to on a daily basis, the talking heads on TV and radio ... it is a sorry state of affairs. There is no such thing as respect or statesmanship these days.

 

Well said.

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If anyone wonders why Congress has an approval rating around 10%, it is comments like this. Add in the commercials we are subjected to on a daily basis, the talking heads on TV and radio ... it is a sorry state of affairs. There is no such thing as respect or statesmanship these days.

 

You would think as much as I pontificate in P&R that my kids would have an interest. They are so turned off by the current state of politics that they simply do not participate. I can't force them. I get what they perceive though. Hard for the younger generation to get excited.

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You would think as much as I pontificate in P&R that my kids would have an interest. They are so turned off by the current state of politics that they simply do not participate. I can't force them. I get what they perceive though. Hard for the younger generation to get excited.

 

 

If we can get a Congressman or two to suplex a rival on the House floor, we might be able to get the youngsters interested. That is about all that is different between Congress and the WWE. Let's see ... today High Flyin' Harry Reid takes on Big Money Mitt Romney in a cage match ...

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No clue. I didn't take it that way. If he is implying illegalities then add that to the list of problems I have with him.

I could be wrong but didn't see any other way to take. If he hadn't included what I posted then I would concede what you are saying.

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If anyone wonders why Congress has an approval rating around 10%, it is comments like this. Add in the commercials we are subjected to on a daily basis, the talking heads on TV and radio ... it is a sorry state of affairs. There is no such thing as respect or statesmanship these days.

Could not agree more.

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If anyone wonders why Congress has an approval rating around 10%, it is comments like this. Add in the commercials we are subjected to on a daily basis, the talking heads on TV and radio ... it is a sorry state of affairs. There is no such thing as respect or statesmanship these days.

 

Facts get you know where.

 

 

If politicians ran on facts instead of smoke and mirrors this place would be better.

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There is no such thing as respect or statesmanship these days.

 

We get the politicians we deserve. In truth, we ask so little that it's surprising we're still disappointed. We've set the bar so low that these guys can slither over it.

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