Media Tries to Bring Reid’s Lie to Life

You’re looking at it as a resident of Realville would be looking it — purely logical, commonsensical — and in so doing, you are way above the point that they’re trying to make here. All they want is those returns. I’ll tell you what I have heard. I’ll tell you what I’ve heard. Well, no! We’ve got a bite. Number 17. It’s this clown at CNBC, Andrew Ross Sorkin. Listen to this. This is this morning on CNBC’s Squawk Box, and they got Trump on there. Trump’s on and the co-host is Andrew Ross Sorkin, and Joe Kernen is part of this. The question: “Donald, do you know anybody who has $100 million in their IRA?”

Mitt Romney paid three-and-a-half million dollars in taxes last year. Mitt Romney paid $4.7 million in taxes in 2010. So if you add that up, you get $8.2 million in taxes Romney has paid in the past two years. Is that what the Democrats call not paying your taxes? So $8.2 million in federal taxes the last two years. I kid you not. US News & World Report has just posted the following link. “Here’s How Mitt Romney Might Have Paid No Taxes.” They’ve had somebody on their staff look at a whole bunch of hypotheticals and come up with a way that a guy like Romney might not have paid any taxes. I don’t know if this is for ten years or what, but they’ve actually done it. So a lie has come to life in the left-wing media. It is said, by the way, that Romney paid 42% of his 2011 income in taxes and charity. Let’s see Dingy Harry’s. Let’s see his returns so that we can compare.



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