This doesn’t mean Harry Reid isn’t a pederast

It does mean that Harry Reid is full of shit. The Romney Campaign released details about Romney’s tax returns going back 20 years:

Regarding the PWC [PricewaterhouseCoopers] letter covering the Romneys’ tax filings over 20 years, from 1990 – 2009:

In each year during the entire 20-year period, the Romneys owed both state and federal income taxes.

Over the entire 20-year period, the average annual effective federal tax rate was 20.20%.

Over the entire 20-year period, the lowest annual effective federal personal tax rate was 13.66%.

Over the entire 20-year period, the Romneys gave to charity an average of 13.45% of their adjusted gross income.

Over the entire 20-year period, the total federal and state taxes owed plus the total charitable donations deducted represented 38.49% of total AGI.

During the 20-year period covered by the PWC [PricewaterhouseCoopers] letter, Gov. and Mrs. Romney paid 100 percent of the taxes that they owed.

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8 Responses to This doesn’t mean Harry Reid isn’t a pederast

  1. BigJimTX says:

    FU BO & HR. Nice

  2. Trent says:

    Smart. This gets out the important information, the fact that Romney actual paid taxes and gave big with charitable donations, from a crediable
    source without giving the running dog media the chance to nit pick the tax returns. After the media insulted his wife for her theory and distorted the facts on Bane, I wouldn’t give them one damn thing other than what I wanted. Well played, but I wonder how the left will spin this?

  3. Doc says:

    dingy harry reid’s “full-0-shit-0-meter was pegged years ago, & is now overflowing. The U.S. Senators have only themselves to clean up considering that they keep company with his worthless, lying ass…

  4. fubar says:

    what does harry reid pay in taxes?

    isn’t he like, a bajillionaire? how does a public servant congressman become a bajillionaire? hmmm?

  5. AW Mens says:

    I’m certain that a full apology from Mr. Reid will be forthcoming.

  6. R.D. Walker says:

    Over at Think Progress they are already on the attack…

    Romney has previously defended his low tax rate — which, at 14.1% is significantly less than many middle class families pay…

    Of course the problem here is that the moonbats are comparing apples and oranges.

    You have to make about $55,000 after all deductions to pay 14.1% in federal income taxes. Mitt Romney paid in the 33% range after all deductions on his federal income taxes. He gave millions to charity and that reduced his income.

    Apples to apples: The percentage he paid on regular income was more than twice that of a family making $55,000 a year after deductions.

    Furthermore, the long term capital gains rate on investments is 15%. That applies to everybody. Most lower income people, however, don’t have capital gains so they don’t realize capital gains taxes. They pay 0% on zero capital gains. Most of Romney’s income is from investments so he pays the same 15% you would pay if you bought an investment property and sold it later.

    Romney paid the amount of taxes he was supposed to pay and paid far more in 2012 than he was supposed to by not deducting his charitable giving.

    The punk ass pussies at Think Progress can’t be satisfied so screw ’em.

  7. fubar says:

    methinks Harry Reid is off his rocker.

    He needs to be committed. Why is no one saying anything about his total mental breakdown?

    then again, maybe it’s not insanity, it’s just a jump on that whole totalitarian state he wishes for.

  8. messup says:

    The same Tax Code Gov. Romney used is one every lawmaker, lobbyist, TV anchor, Executive, hedge fund manager and Licensed Insurance and stock broker uses (to name a few).

    As far as Taxing and Tax Code are concerned here are some facts to recall when voting Nov.6.

    A History Lesson on Your Social Security Card
    1934 – 1980
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    With 2012 elections 1.5 months away, many political TV ads will air warning about how Republicans want to take away (and reform) Social Security.

    1)Social Security Cards issued in 1934, under FDR (remember, one year earlier he took the USA off a “Gold Standard”), up until 1980, expressly stated:
    a. Both number and card were NOT to be used for identification purposes.
    b.Since everyone in the United States (since 1934) has a Social Security Card and number and a national ID soon became necessary, its usage soon caused it to become mandatory in order for citizens to conduct financial transactions.
    c. The printed message, NOT FOR IDENTIFICATION, was soon removed.

    When Franklin Roosevelt, a Democrat, introduced the Social Sec