Saturday, September 15, 2012

Romney Not Releasing Taxes - Top 5 Reasons

Romney Not Releasing Taxes - Top 5 Reasons
It turned out Romney had actually asked Paul Ryan to release at least 10 years of his own tax returns when he was chosen for VP.

We countdown the top 5 reasons as to Romney's tax return avoidance

#5: Romney pays way less taxes than you do. Last year Romney made $20 in investments, and only paid 13.9% in taxes. That's way less than what an average American usually pays. Besides isn't is ridiculous when someone makes more money by doing noting and pay less than someone else, like a teacher, who makes less and pay more?

#4: Romney has dozens of offshore accounts.
This is because he doesn't have to pay taxes for the American government when money is offshore.

#3: Romney takes advantage of tax loopholes available for the super rich. Romney has millions of dollars in his IRS account. It's just another way to avoid paying taxes.

#2: If elected President, Romney would be paying 1% in taxes. This is according to Ryan budget.

#1: If taxes are released, he's NOT going to win in November. Coming clean is the hardest thing for Romney; he'd lose 100% of the independents.

Pres. Obama Leads Romney on all polls

With the parties' conventions over and Election Day just weeks away, President Barack Obama has a three-point edge over Republican Mitt Romney among likely voters nationwide in the latest CBS News/New York Times poll.

Forty-nine percent of likely voters said they'll vote for Mr. Obama, 46 percent said Romney and 4 percent said they're undecided in the poll conducted from Sept. 8-12.
President Obama holds a narrow three-point advantage over Mitt Romney among Americans most likely to vote in November, according to the latest New York Times/CBS News poll.

With their back-to-back political conventions behind them and the general election season fully engaged, the poll found Mr. Obama and Mr. Romney running essentially even among those seen as the most probable to vote. Including those who lean toward a specific candidate, the president has 49 percent and Mr. Romney has 46 percent, a difference within the margin of sampling error of plus or minus three percentage points on each candidate.
New polls in four battleground states show President Obama holding a lead of 5 to 7 points over Republican nominee Mitt Romney, reinforcing the national surveys that indicate that the incumbent gained ground with his convention last week.

Of the four, Obama’s largest lead comes in the critical state of Ohio, where he leads Romney 50% to 43% among likely voters, according to the latest NBC/Wall St. Journal/Marist University poll. The survey also polled likely voters in Florida, where Obama led 49% to 43%, and Virginia, where he led 49% to 44%.,0,7621829.story

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

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