Or has tax avoidance become as reputable in the United States as it is, say, in Italy?

Thanks, Michelle

  1. Brock says:

    Gotta give it to the Dims for being colorfull.

    First, they idolize the ex-pres best known for screwing around on his wife, ruining a young female interns life and lieing to the congress and the people about his ways, Truly this is the party looking out for women.

    Then, they blowup the party platform on a sham vote so they can INCLUDE god back into the platform on fears of a conservative publics backlash due to a poor perception of them. If you will torpedo your supporters when things get tough, imagine what they will do to their opposition in the dark of night.

    Now lining up with the porn industry regarding Romney’s taxes, Either the IRS is incompetent, or you are just a slimeball chicago politician. Chicago smells about right.

    Add to this the racist air of Obama’s campaign and you have a recipe for a massive dimocrat defeat.

    Can’t wait for november…. Kick the bums out…

    • mharry860 says:

      We really need to start Primarying our own candidates on both sides. The cronyism is disgusting, Babs Boxer won’t even debate her opponent. People like her shouldn’t be primaried they should just disappear.

  2. Grandpa says:

    You extremist Foxbots need to listen up and take this seriously. Most intelligent voters want to know who they are voting for, especially after junior Bush.

    • mharry860 says:

      That’s funny they didn’t want to know who they were voting for 4 years ago. Oh wait, intelligent voters didn’t cause this catastrophe.

      • Sea Lawyer says:

        Sure they knew who he was… a first term senator in a seat that was only in play because the moral nuts in Illinois didn’t like that the previous guy enjoyed having kinky sex with Jerry Ryan, and then spent most of his two years in office campaigning for President.

    • Bob says:

      You mean like releasing his college transcripts?

  3. pedro says:


  4. Guyver says:

    Things could be worse. You could have a president with a questionable past who’s spent millions covering it up (to include things like college records) and have the mainstream media turn a blind eye towards it.

    • Whatever says:

      Or we could have a bunch of authoritarians who believe any wild thing their insular and propagandist media tells them to believe.

      Oh wait, we DO have that.

  5. deowll says:

    If any of the Republican candidates have broken any tax laws I’m confident that the Obama WH would have had the IRS and Injustice Department act on it. I really am confident that we can trust them to do this so calm yourselves.

    Am I to understand that Larry Flynt is a socialist secular progressive willing to spend that kind of money because he loves Obama and socialism that much? Of course Larry is soliciting someone to commit a crime, steal confidential information, and in theory the injustice department should be giving him a phone call but that would require Holder to actually do his job which doesn’t seem to have been much of a priority in the past.

  6. NewformatSux says:

    He paid a lot more to blackmail Senators into voting against impeachment. The Obama campaign must be really worried about losing the election to have to do something like this. They haven’t been this panicked since Herman Cain.

  7. Pocono Charlie says:

    If Romney (or you) earn an income, it is taxed.
    If it is spent, it is taxed.
    If the money is invested and earns dividends, it is taxed again.


    Why does the gov’t get the second dip into our money?

    Romney pays less than you or I probably pay because capital gains are taxed less than on income (at least there’s some sanity in the tax code).

    Why do people care that the money he’s paid taxes on in the first place is taxed less in the second place?

    • NewformatSux says:

      That’s true, but it’s not why Romney’s tax rate is low. He has charitable deductions, plus his income is first taxed at the corporate tax rate.