Anyone really naive enough to believe that Mr. Mitt Romney is going to increase his federal tax from the 14.1% that he paid in 2011 to 43.4% in 2013?
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Look at the number that truly tells you something about who really cares about the poor and less fortunate among us. That number is charitable contributions.
Romney’s money is AWOL, hiding out in foreign bank accounts so he can avoid taxes that fund our current wars in the Middle East. But he sure likes to talk tough. Should he be President? Well maybe, but not of the United States.
All of Romney points are entirely in accord with the voting records of all (and I don’t mean some) Republican Congressmen up for re-election.
If Romney were truly a man of character, his statements should reflect the need to put aside political differences and show those that wish us harm, that we a strong and fearless people. But you will never hear such lofty ideals from this candidate.
Romney discredits the country he wants to lead and insults the memory of the those who died. Romney’s performance suggests that if Saturday Night Live wanted to do their thing on Romney, they should let him play himself.
Apparently, Romney doesn’t understand that actually working at a job and earning your own money made you unrelatable to Americans.
The time is long overdue for sanity to come back to both parties and for a spirit of deep collaboration to take precedence over ideology. Staunch ideologues have never helped the person on the street. Instead, they have caused immeasurable harm and suffering throughout human history.
To the Editor: You have heard Rick Santorum say it many times on TV. Santorum says to look at his record. He doesn’t want to impose his values on anyone. Is this true? What does his record say? Santorum was on Meet the Press this weekend when again he reiterated that he doesn’t want to […]