Is Romney in fact a tax cheat

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    In Response to Re: Is Romney in fact a tax cheat : So now all the whacko wingnuts are speculating about Mittens taxes without a shred of proof. Funny how you idiots go beserk if anyone else dares to speculate but you morons are free to write complete fairy tale out of whole cloth without a shred of evidence. Freakin hypocrits.
    Posted by 12-Angry-Men


    You got it all backwards the Democrats are the party of  speculation on Romney's taxes without proof.

    All part of the Democrat big tent class warfare campaign.
     
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    In Response to Re: Is Romney in fact a tax cheat : Ya, sure thing spanky. I guess skeeter has some magical inside info that he got through some whacko wingnut approved crystal ball. Geepers, ideologically ignorant is no way to wander through life.
    Posted by 12-Angry-Men


    I get a kick out of your Damon Runyan lingo.

    All the repetitious snarky name calling, using the same names and cliches over and over like an endless tape.

    Supposed to be clever?

    Not my fault you can't defend Obama, you need to direct your anger toward your party and what they've done to country for the past 3 1/2.

    If Obama a record to run on it wouldn't be close.

     
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    In Response to Re: Is Romney in fact a tax cheat : If smacking you upside your pointy head with facts is somehow snarky then so be it.
    Posted by 12-Angry-Men


    When will that start?

    You have no argument all you do is name calling.

    Make a lot of statement w/o links.

    You don't have anyone here fooled we can all read what you post.
     
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    In Response to Re: Is Romney in fact a tax cheat : If smacking you upside your pointy head with facts is somehow snarky then so be it.
    Posted by 12-Angry-Men


    Same rhetoric over and over, same name calling.

    Spanky. Gee that's original.

    Wingnut. Another.

    Without those two words you're down to a sentence a post.
     
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    Come on how about a response without wingnut, spanky or whacko?

    Half your ability to communicate is gone.
     
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    Posted by 12-Angry-Men


    You raised by a pack of wild dogs?
     
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    Spanky.

    You are a scream.
     
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    Spanky.

    Yuk yuk yuk yuk.
     
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    Again

    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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    Again Slick Willard is certainly avoiding taxes while stuffing money into off shore accounts. Of course it's okay if a republican does it.
    Posted by BilltheKat


    An off-shore tax shelter
    Documents obtained by the Globe detail John Kerry's 1983 investment of between $25,000 and $30,000 in offshore companies registered in the Cayman Islands. The document below, signed by Kerry, shows his pledge to purchase 2,470 shares of Peabody Commodities Trading Corp. through Sytel Traders, registered in the Caymans.

    http://www.boston.com/globe/nation/packages/kerry/images/day5/tax3.htm


    Reid’s Glass House (Even Democratic Senators have offshore accounts

    http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2922326/posts


    Wasserman-Schultz also has an offshore account

    http://floppingaces.net/most_wanted/wasserman-schultz-also-has-an-offshore-account/

     
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    In Response to Re: Is Romney in fact a tax cheat : So let me get this straight. Mittens says taxes are too high on these 'job creators'. Yet you highlight a GAO report that states 66% of these businesses paid NO taxes at all. So it's a fact that Mitten's argument, that we need to lower taxes on these 'job creators', is a bunch of crap. Geepers that quite some cognitive dissonance ya got going there. Perhaps you need to know something about logic before trying to defend Mitten's position on taxes. Yep, makes perfect sense.... in a whacko wingnutty way I guess.
    Posted by 12-Angry-Men


    Does everything has to be explained ? YES lower the tax rate

    You are not that naive to think that 66% of 1.3 million US Corporations did not made any profits from 1998-2005. Companies that make no profits usally go bankrupt. 

    So how come they didn't pay any corporate taxes?
     
    Here the deal ... because our corpoate tax rate are so high, corporations decide to send / or keep their profits outside of the US. They get credits for tax payments to foreign governments and don’t pay the U.S. anything until they bring the money home
     
    Currently we have the highest corporate tax rate in the world and with trillions of profit sitting offshore. The incentive right now is for corpoation to keep their money offshore, expand internationally , is a global economy you can build anywhere ,sell anywhere, hire anywhere. Who will lose out , the US economy and jobs.
     
    If we lower the coporate tax , company can send their money home, build here, hire here. Even if no jobs is created ... money still flow back into our economy and into shareholders pockets

    Is time to let Romney a person that know how to make money vs a person that just know how to spend your money
     
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    In Response to Re: Is Romney in fact a tax cheat : An off-shore tax shelter Documents obtained by the Globe detail John Kerry's 1983 investment of between $25,000 and $30,000 in offshore companies registered in the Cayman Islands. The document below, signed by Kerry, shows his pledge to purchase 2,470 shares of Peabody Commodities Trading Corp. through Sytel Traders, registered in the Caymans. http://www.boston.com/globe/nation/packages/kerry/images/day5/tax3.htm Reid’s Glass House (Even Democratic Senators have offshore accounts http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2922326/posts Wasserman-Schultz also has an offshore account http://floppingaces.net/most_wanted/wasserman-schultz-also-has-an-offshore-account/
    Posted by ThatWasMe


    So you admit he's a tax cheat, but it's now okay?

    Got it.
     
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    Again Slick Willard is certainly avoiding taxes while stuffing money into off shore accounts. Of course it's okay if a republican does it.
    Posted by BilltheKat


    You wrote it's only ok if a Republican does it if I'm not mistaken.

    Not only is it legal but Democrats do the same.

    If you don't like it change the law.
     
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    Really makes you  angry that the rich have their money in shelters that the Dems can't get their grubby hands on.

    Hilarious.

    The liberals are out of other people's money.

    Obama's programs can't function without other people's money.

    So sad he's such a big flop.
     
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    May you should change your name to NO MO O, or back to it.
     
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    May you should change your name to NO MO O, or back to it.
    Posted by BilltheKat



    I've been on bdc with this same handle since 2003.

    No reason to change.
     
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    In Response to Re: Is Romney in fact a tax cheat : Did you actually read the article?? No. Even your turd savior Barack Obama has gotten more than $100,000 in credits against taxes paid to foreign countries from off shore investments. Of course since he is a moonbat, that is ok with you. 
    Posted by Newtster



    Liberal outrage. They know it's legal, it repulses them to think it's money that could be in the hands of Obama or Reid for redistribution to democrat voters.
     
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    Mitt called. He said that he's tickled pink that you all are defending and excusing his use of every trick in the book to limit the taxes he has to pay. And he wanted to thank you for sending your sons and daughters to war to protect his fortune. And he wanted to send his thanks for you paying for the war because he certainly didn't. But make no mistake about it, if it comes down to your livelihood vs him making another dollar.., well you understand. It is money after all. Oh, and his wife wanted to pass along her thanks for allowing her to write the cost of her dancing horse of their taxes.
     
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    Re: Is Romney in fact a tax cheat

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    In Response to Re: Is Romney in fact a tax cheat : What a pie-in-the-sky idea! First of all, the only thing that matters is the EFFECTIVE tax rate. You know, what corporations actually pay? If in any given year, year over year, 66% of all companies pay NO taxes, then what does that tell you? The effective rate that business actually pay is not the nominal rate on the books. Second of all, did ya ever hear of the profit repatriation program that the wingnuts instituted a few years ago? No? Good thing because it was a complete and utter failure. US companies and the Chamber of Congress in cahoots with the wingnuts came up with a plan that incorporated just what you propose. A waiver of taxes on profits earned overseas. The wingnuts and the businesses promised that the TRILLIONS of dollars that came back to the states would create HUNDREDS of THOUSANDS of jobs. Happy days are here again. What did happen? Those companies repatriated their profits with little or no tax ... and then those companies began to LAYOFF workers. The program was an umitigated failure and NONE of the hiring boom happened. In fact employment in those companies DECREASED. As usual the wingnut rhetoric is as empty as their heads. The reality is that the taxes that American companies actually pay is less than the average of other industrialized nations. So spare me the 'taxes are too high' bumper sticker politics, it's not true for business taxes nor for individual taxes. Is a simpler tax better? Most definitely. But not as a way to give the wealthy even a bigger tax cut. Think about this; Mittens paid a tax rate of 14%, TOTAL, income tax with no payroll tax. The bottom 40% of workers pay that rate in payroll taxes alone. (Social Security and Medicare taxes are imposed at a combined rate of 15.3%) They may not pay income tax, but Mittens doesn't pay payroll tax either. So the poorest people in the country pay the same EFFECTIVE tax rate as the top 0.1% earners. If we want to stop tax evasion, we can simply eliminate loopholes that don’t encourage anything but corporate profits and clean out the more anachronistic parts of the corporate tax system, and if that brings US corporate tax revenues up toward the level of similarly situated companies abroad, all the better. If we can then lower the nominal tax rates on business, and increase revenue a bit, fine. But the focus on the nominal tax rate is a distraction to get you to ignore all the massive tax avoidance going on.
    Posted by 12-Angry-Men


    So, 14% total, on money that has already been taxed once before.

    Man-o-man.  Liberals are only comfortable failure not success.  But to the extent you have an argument, it is an economic one, and you have failed at that.  "percents" don't pay bills, dollars do, and 98% of the dollars come from the top 50%, and 40% come from the top 5%.  You are simply arguing liberal dribble.  Here are the facts:

    http://www.forbes.com/sites/beltway/2012/01/31/the-facts-on-tax-rates-who-pays-what/


    Like I said earlier:  If Mitt had cheated on his taxes the IRS would have already frog-marched him to the the Bernie Madoff wing of the local prison.  Clueless, really.
     
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