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2012-08-19 08:53:33 AM  

Headso: wow, the trolls are really trying hard to change the topic of this thread


Even digging up the Vindibudd account as well. This thread reeks of alt.

If post history was visible, half of the trolls would have year long gaps in posting at times.
 
2012-08-19 08:54:07 AM  
So the other GOP candidates in this election cycle are going with an "I am Sparticus!" maneuver for damage-control on Romney's taxes? Dems will have a field-day with that one...

/Refusing to release your taxes: It's an elitist thing
 
2012-08-19 08:55:08 AM  

Mrtraveler01: shotglasss: Does that not matter anymore? 4 years ago, the deficit was all you libs could talk about, and Obama promised to cut it in half. Now it's not a problem?

It wasn't when the GOP was in charge and they were spending like drunk sailors just as much as Obama. Although unlike Obama, they kept all that spending hidden and off the books.

/Just sayin


Do you understand the difference between the debt and a deficit? Because it sounds like you don't. I just saw a commercial that treated the two as the same thing, assuming that the average viewer wouldn't know the difference, and from the comments in threads like this it seems that assumption is correct.
 
2012-08-19 08:58:22 AM  

smitty04: Mrtraveler01: shotglasss: Does that not matter anymore? 4 years ago, the deficit was all you libs could talk about, and Obama promised to cut it in half. Now it's not a problem?

It wasn't when the GOP was in charge and they were spending like drunk sailors just as much as Obama. Although unlike Obama, they kept all that spending hidden and off the books.

/Just sayin

[fullmetalpatriotblog.com image 649x376]


There ARE some factual, true arguments that offer some support to your position. Why go with easily debunked bullshiat?
 
2012-08-19 09:05:09 AM  

Harry_Seldon: Romney releasing his tax returns prior to 2010 is not just political poison, but may actually be the one thing which causes a populist groundswell that upsets the gaming of the system which is so tilted to the Wall Street casino. It really could be an outrage, and a disaster for the business wing of the Republican party.


Bullshiat. Every Romney thread is filled with shills that defend his decision to obfuscate his taxes, because the "libs will pick on him". It doesn't matter what's in those taxes. Could be amnesty for Swiss accounts. Could be that he didn't pay any, could be dead hookers. Doesn't matter. They'll "rationalize" it somehow and it won't change many votes.

Romney is a terrible candidate. Just atrocious. And yet, I really think he doesn't have too much to lose by releasing his taxes. He's their guy. They'll vote for him no matter what. Even if he took amnesty, they'll just stick to their talking point that the rich are taxes too heavily. Nobody is revolting.
 
2012-08-19 09:11:22 AM  

Zerochance: Harry_Seldon: Romney releasing his tax returns prior to 2010 is not just political poison, but may actually be the one thing which causes a populist groundswell that upsets the gaming of the system which is so tilted to the Wall Street casino. It really could be an outrage, and a disaster for the business wing of the Republican party.

Bullshiat. Every Romney thread is filled with shills that defend his decision to obfuscate his taxes, because the "libs will pick on him". It doesn't matter what's in those taxes. Could be amnesty for Swiss accounts. Could be that he didn't pay any, could be dead hookers. Doesn't matter. They'll "rationalize" it somehow and it won't change many votes.

Romney is a terrible candidate. Just atrocious. And yet, I really think he doesn't have too much to lose by releasing his taxes. He's their guy. They'll vote for him no matter what. Even if he took amnesty, they'll just stick to their talking point that the rich are taxes too heavily. Nobody is revolting.


Sadly, I think you're right.
 
2012-08-19 09:12:19 AM  

namatad: rev. dave: A sad new trend.
There should be a law requiring all candidates to release tax returns for at least 10 years. Of course that would never get passed as a law.

but it would solve a TON of problems.
how about once you run for public office, ALL of your tax records are released by the IRS online. automatically.
Once you win a public election and are sworn in, ALL of your future records are automatically released. forever.

Sorry, but what part of PUBLIC OFFICE was confusing???

/yes. everyone knows that the founding fathers didnt do this. but the founding fathers werent such thieves and douche bags either



Yeah, no. Not that last bit. They should only be released for the time you are in office once elected.The chilling effect would be too great to allow the law to pass constitutional muster otherwise.
 
2012-08-19 09:17:34 AM  

Zerochance: Harry_Seldon: Romney releasing his tax returns prior to 2010 is not just political poison, but may actually be the one thing which causes a populist groundswell that upsets the gaming of the system which is so tilted to the Wall Street casino. It really could be an outrage, and a disaster for the business wing of the Republican party.

Bullshiat. Every Romney thread is filled with shills that defend his decision to obfuscate his taxes, because the "libs will pick on him". It doesn't matter what's in those taxes. Could be amnesty for Swiss accounts. Could be that he didn't pay any, could be dead hookers. Doesn't matter. They'll "rationalize" it somehow and it won't change many votes.

Romney is a terrible candidate. Just atrocious. And yet, I really think he doesn't have too much to lose by releasing his taxes. He's their guy. They'll vote for him no matter what. Even if he took amnesty, they'll just stick to their talking point that the rich are taxes too heavily. Nobody is revolting.


The left and the right are going to vote for their guy, but their enthusiasm counts. The middle can be swayed.
 
2012-08-19 09:18:13 AM  

One Big Ass Mistake America: [img402.imageshack.us image 720x499]


Yeah, funny thing...half of the things Mitt is saying are lies or distortions, the other half can pretty easily be linked to the GOP's actions.
 
2012-08-19 09:24:07 AM  

ghare: Zerochance: Harry_Seldon: Romney releasing his tax returns prior to 2010 is not just political poison, but may actually be the one thing which causes a populist groundswell that upsets the gaming of the system which is so tilted to the Wall Street casino. It really could be an outrage, and a disaster for the business wing of the Republican party.

Bullshiat. Every Romney thread is filled with shills that defend his decision to obfuscate his taxes, because the "libs will pick on him". It doesn't matter what's in those taxes. Could be amnesty for Swiss accounts. Could be that he didn't pay any, could be dead hookers. Doesn't matter. They'll "rationalize" it somehow and it won't change many votes.

Romney is a terrible candidate. Just atrocious. And yet, I really think he doesn't have too much to lose by releasing his taxes. He's their guy. They'll vote for him no matter what. Even if he took amnesty, they'll just stick to their talking point that the rich are taxes too heavily. Nobody is revolting.

The left and the right are going to vote for their guy, but their enthusiasm counts. The middle can be swayed.


Came here to say that. Liberals can act disillusioned with Obama but they're not voting Romney. The danger here is, the young liberal vote is fickle. They're unenthusiastic and they helped Obama quite a bit the last time around, and it's anybody's guess wether they'll return.

Also Romney has more money than God. Enough to carpet bomb the airwaves with negative ads that could sway some in the middle, even if he's not actively courting them. Dems become too complacent every time Romney makes a gaffe.
 
2012-08-19 09:27:19 AM  
Hey asshole, 25 pages is not too long. Even children can read 25 pages.
 
2012-08-19 09:28:17 AM  

powhound: dickfreckle: wademh: I'd share my tax returns with you but, you see, I file electronically and I wouldn't want to risk shocking you.

I don't care who you are, that's some funny sh*t right there.

Kinda what I thought too


Ahh shucks
 
2012-08-19 09:35:54 AM  
My federal taxes were 19 pages last year and I don't even own a business. I think we would be able to read them.
 
2012-08-19 09:37:14 AM  

Shostie: I don't trust any candidate that files anything other than a 1040EZ.


B*tch, please. My boys only file Form 2555-EZ and they be rollin' in the deep!
 
2012-08-19 09:38:27 AM  

gingerjet: My federal taxes were 19 pages last year and I don't even own a business. I think we would be able to read them.


The remaining six pages are the really tricky ones. But you wouldn't be able to understand that.
 
2012-08-19 09:41:00 AM  
The new Romney "I got mine" morality.
 
2012-08-19 09:42:39 AM  

Zerochance: The danger here is, the young liberal vote is fickle.


If only everyone were as fickle. We might not be stuck with "center-right conservative candidate" and "vulture capitalist corporate hand-puppet" as a choice. This is the second election in a row that I'm not just throwing my vote away on a 3rd party candidate only because the GOP candidate is such a suicidally bad choice (last time it was purely Sarah Palin that pushed me into Obama's camp, this time it's both of them).
 
2012-08-19 09:49:19 AM  
I'm not releasing my tax returns because they are far too long and complicated for you peonsmy base to understand
 
2012-08-19 09:56:16 AM  

Vindibudd: Ed Finnerty: Republicans sure have a lot to hide from their constituents, huh?

Oh so you've seen Obama's college transcripts?



Look! Something shiny over there!
 
2012-08-19 09:57:46 AM  
can anyone prove that Romney didn't pay taxes?

To "prove" something, you must gather evidence. Evidence- facts that make any proposition more likely to be true. The proposition: Romney committed some wrong-doing in his taxes.

Fact: Refuses to release returns when: 1) it was traditionally done for people running in his position, a tradition started by his father. 2) He has called for his opponents to release tax returns in the past 3) the majority of people would like him to release his taxes, including Republicans 4) his opponent in the current race has released 12 years of his, 5) Non-release hurts his chances of winning.

Fact: Romney released 22 years of tax returns to the McCain campaign, then that campaign chose someone else.

Fact: Romney demanded a certain numbers of taxes from his VP candidate to evaluate that candidate's fitness for the office of vice-president, clearly acknowledging that the IRS's "stamp of approval" was not enough for him to accept that that candidate was clean.

Fact: A major political opponent claims that Romney paid no taxes for the past decade, according to an insider. Releasing the tax returns would destroy the credibility of this political opponent.

Fact: Romney claims rich people pay too much in taxes and deserve tax cuts. Releasing his tax forms would bolster his claims that rich people pay too much, if he pays a large amount in taxes.

Fact: Romney's wife said that if they released their taxes, they will be attacked. This is evidence that she is aware there are things in the taxes that are able to be attacked.

Fact: The Obama campaign is using the issue to draw attention from Obama's record which Romney says he wants to highlight. After releasing his returns, even after a week or three of the Obama team picking over every silly tax deduction or questionable expense, it becomes a NON-ISSUE and the Romney camp can go after Obama's record for the remaining two months without the distraction anymore. The fact that they do not take the one step that will make the issue go away, releasing the returns, means that it is highly likely there is something so bad in the tax returns that the the issue will not go away if the return is released, but will instead sink the campaign.

Fact: On October 5th or thereabout, Romney's tax return for this year, the one he has already promised to be released, will be due for filing, because he asked for an extension. So, three week before the election, the whole issue is going to be front-and-center because Romney made it so. Releasing the tax returns sooner guarantees that the issue is stale by October.

Those facts, working together are compelling if not conclusive proof that Romney is hiding something really, really, bad in his tax returns, something that would completely sink his campaign.
 
2012-08-19 09:58:16 AM  
It must be election season, because the talentless farkshiats who couldn't put a sentence together are spamming the threads with editorial cartoons as if they're an argument.
 
2012-08-19 10:05:44 AM  

RyogaM: can anyone prove that Romney didn't pay taxes?

To "prove" something, you must gather evidence. Evidence- facts that make any proposition more likely to be true. The proposition: Romney committed some wrong-doing in his taxes.

Fact: Refuses to release returns when: 1) it was traditionally done for people running in his position, a tradition started by his father. 2) He has called for his opponents to release tax returns in the past 3) the majority of people would like him to release his taxes, including Republicans 4) his opponent in the current race has released 12 years of his, 5) Non-release hurts his chances of winning.

Fact: Romney released 22 years of tax returns to the McCain campaign, then that campaign chose someone else.

Fact: Romney demanded a certain numbers of taxes from his VP candidate to evaluate that candidate's fitness for the office of vice-president, clearly acknowledging that the IRS's "stamp of approval" was not enough for him to accept that that candidate was clean.

Fact: A major political opponent claims that Romney paid no taxes for the past decade, according to an insider. Releasing the tax returns would destroy the credibility of this political opponent.

Fact: Romney claims rich people pay too much in taxes and deserve tax cuts. Releasing his tax forms would bolster his claims that rich people pay too much, if he pays a large amount in taxes.

Fact: Romney's wife said that if they released their taxes, they will be attacked. This is evidence that she is aware there are things in the taxes that are able to be attacked.

Fact: The Obama campaign is using the issue to draw attention from Obama's record which Romney says he wants to highlight. After releasing his returns, even after a week or three of the Obama team picking over every silly tax deduction or questionable expense, it becomes a NON-ISSUE and the Romney camp can go after Obama's record for the remaining two months without the distraction anymore. The fact that they do not t ...


Fact: Romney's wife has stated that she would also like to know what is in the records.

Fact: Romney himself has stated that he does not read the forms before he signs them.

Is it possible that they don't actually know what's in the records, and that's why they don't want them released?
 
2012-08-19 10:06:37 AM  

Ed Finnerty: Republicans sure have a lot to hide from their

potential constituents, huh?

FTFY. He's challenging a Democratic Incumbent. The old district was heavily Republican. Hochul won after her predecessor had a shirtless Craigslist scandal. I believe the new district may be even more heavily Republican.
 
2012-08-19 10:18:05 AM  

Headso: wow, the trolls are really trying hard to change the topic of this thread


They got nothing else. How can you really defend this? The trolls who boasted about Obama's elitist ways are now defending actual elitism by rich people who want more power and are now just saying 'none of your concern, pleb' and giving us all the finger.
 
2012-08-19 10:19:30 AM  

namatad: The All-Powerful Atheismo: They also didn't have an income tax (that I'm aware of) or an IRS, but hey

I am certain that they had a tax collection agency. Just not an income tax yet.
Freedom is not free.


It costs a hefty farkin' fee.

/a $1.05
 
2012-08-19 10:20:46 AM  

More_Like_A_Stain: Is it possible that they don't actually know what's in the records, and that's why they don't want them released?


I think this was a distinct possibility at the beginning, but now? Seems unlikely.

Now, the firms who do taxes for really rich folks have all sort of guarantees that, if the I.R.S., comes calling, the firm will handle everything needed to satisfy the I.R.S. So, it's possible that you would never know what they did on your behalf.

But, I have no doubt, at some point in the recent past, after this became an issue, Romney went to his tax preparers and said, "Hey, I'm getting questions about my tax returns, you better sit down with me and explain just what you did on my behalf, what was completely above board, what was iffy, and what was quasi-illegal, the type of illegal that, it the I.R.S. comes calling, we say, "Oops, we made a bad interpretation of the tax code, let us correct our 'honest mistake' by paying a little more in taxes." And that's when Romney got a little gun-shy.

Firms like this are not in the business of saying,"Let us do your taxes, we'll make sure everything is legal and look okay if you run for president." They say, "Let us do your taxes, we will exploit every means, even the loopholes of questionable legality, to make your tax burden as low as possible, and, if the I.R.S. raises a fess and disallows some of those loopholes, we guarantee that we will insulate you from the fallout." That's why they get the big bucks.
 
2012-08-19 10:21:55 AM  

God's Hubris: Vindibudd: Ed Finnerty: Republicans sure have a lot to hide from their constituents, huh?

Oh so you've seen Obama's college transcripts?


Look! Something shiny over there!


I've never seen his driver's license or library card. And don't government employees in the White House have to wear an ID card on a lanyard? I've never seen Obama wearing one. How do I know he's supposed to be there?
 
2012-08-19 10:24:07 AM  
Just because he has issues comprehending what the returns state doesn't mean the rest of us will have the same comprehension problems.
 
2012-08-19 10:28:01 AM  

randomjsa: Given the things that are being said about Romney's taxes and how grossly inaccurate those things are...

He might be right.

Because I'm sure its just misunderstanding and not intentional distortion.


Sometimes I get the feeling like you're not even trying anymore.

Just remember kids - if Obama was not releasing his tax forms, he'd be the biggest, muslimest, Maoist, Kenyanist, Alinskyist, douchebaggiest monster in the world!
 
2012-08-19 10:31:46 AM  

Harry_Seldon: Vindibudd: Ed Finnerty: Republicans sure have a lot to hide from their constituents, huh?

Oh so you've seen Obama's college transcripts?

That one makes no sense. College grades tend to be inflated in grad school. "B" students don't edit the Harvard Law School Review.



They think he listed his place of birth as being outside the US. So if he did that and his isn't really, he lied and committed fraud; and if he is, well, that's what they really want anyway.

/so wily
 
2012-08-19 10:35:29 AM  

One Big Ass Mistake America: [img402.imageshack.us image 720x499]


cute but you do realize that the vast majority of those are problems the congress has caused or added to. that down grade thing for example was the petulant children of the tea party.
 
2012-08-19 10:39:47 AM  

Rich Cream: Harry_Seldon: Vindibudd: Ed Finnerty: Republicans sure have a lot to hide from their constituents, huh?

Oh so you've seen Obama's college transcripts?

That one makes no sense. College grades tend to be inflated in grad school. "B" students don't edit the Harvard Law School Review.


They think he listed his place of birth as being outside the US. So if he did that and his isn't really, he lied and committed fraud; and if he is, well, that's what they really want anyway.

/so wily


That would be on his admissions materials then, not his transcripts. I kind of doubt that they save all the admissions stuff for decades though. Maybe we can see Scott Walker's college materials too, that would be interesting.
 
2012-08-19 10:40:50 AM  
It wouldn't be especially long or difficult to understand. The IRS prints out tax records upon request. We had to do it for visa purposes once.

The printout is on a small, receipt paper sized slip of paper. The more years you need, the longer the paper. There's nothing complicated or difficult about tax history documents.

That is, unless you release or want released the actual submitted forms. But if that's your idea, you're probably not especially bright.
 
2012-08-19 10:43:47 AM  

Mrtraveler01: What a surprise, that graphic is bullshiat


from your link: "Now, let's explain one way that this chain e-mail could be considered accurate."

now right there is why PolitiFact lost my respect. there is no way the email is right and they spent several paragraphs pointing that out. they have repeatedly gone out of their way to give the right cover when none is owed.
 
2012-08-19 10:52:43 AM  

shotglasss: The Taxer movement continues while the National Debt continues to skyrocket.

Obama is going to spend 5 billion dollars more than the government takes in today alone. He'll do the same tomorrow.

Does that not matter anymore? 4 years ago, the deficit was all you libs could talk about, and Obama promised to cut it in half. Now it's not a problem?


He tried unfortunately republicans do not want to reduce the deficit. You need to help replace republicans with people who care about the country instead of their bribes.
 
2012-08-19 10:54:37 AM  

coeyagi:

Just remember kids - if Obama was not releasing his tax forms, he'd be the biggest, muslimest, Maoist, Kenyanist, Alinskyist, douchebaggiest monster in the world!


QFT!!
 
2012-08-19 11:00:06 AM  

RyogaM: Now, the firms who do taxes for really rich folks have all sort of guarantees that, if the I.R.S., comes calling, the firm will handle everything needed to satisfy the I.R.S. So, it's possible that you would never know what they did on your behalf.


thank you, that is the first reasonable explanation i've seen for Romney's "hey i just sign them". OTOH it's incredibly conceited for him to think that after his "retroactive i live here" problem in MA that he wouldn't look at them much more closely. especially since he has been running for president for so long.
 
2012-08-19 11:00:41 AM  

bwilson27: coeyagi:

Just remember kids - if Obama was not releasing his tax forms, he'd be the biggest, muslimest, Maoist, Kenyanist, Alinskyist, douchebaggiest monster in the world!

QFT!!



Republicans are only concerned with transparency when the black guy is in office.
 
2012-08-19 11:03:27 AM  

The All-Powerful Atheismo: Vindibudd: dickfreckle: Vindibudd: That's why he has a 2 point lead on Obama right?

Not sure if gone full plaid, or if referring to a low-electoral state poll.

http://www.gallup.com/poll/150743/Obama-Romney.aspx

one poll =/= having a lead.

of course you knew that, and are just being a farking dumb douche.


Nah, I'm just pointing out that the race is closer than Obama destroying Romney, but you can't comprehend the written word very well.
 
2012-08-19 11:03:45 AM  

God's Hubris: bwilson27: coeyagi:

Just remember kids - if Obama was not releasing his tax forms, he'd be the biggest, muslimest, Maoist, Kenyanist, Alinskyist, douchebaggiest monster in the world!

QFT!!


Republicans are only concerned with transparency whenwith the black guy is in office.


FTFY.
 
2012-08-19 11:05:03 AM  
what is it with you libs and tax returns anyway, maybe you're just fascinated by the tax returns of PEOPLE WHO ACTUALLY PAY TAXES SUCK IT LIBS
 
2012-08-19 11:05:56 AM  

Notabunny: God's Hubris: Vindibudd: Ed Finnerty: Republicans sure have a lot to hide from their constituents, huh?

Oh so you've seen Obama's college transcripts?


Look! Something shiny over there!

I've never seen his driver's license or library card. And don't government employees in the White House have to wear an ID card on a lanyard? I've never seen Obama wearing one. How do I know he's supposed to be there?


And you haven't seen Republican tax returns, HOW DO YOU KNOW THEY DIDN'T CHEAT ON THEIR TAXES AUUUGH???
 
2012-08-19 11:09:04 AM  

falcon176: what is it with you libs and tax returns anyway, maybe you're just fascinated by the tax returns of PEOPLE WHO ACTUALLY PAY TAXES SUCK IT LIBS


Now THAT'S satire!
 
2012-08-19 11:09:21 AM  

Vindibudd: And you haven't seen Republican tax returns, HOW DO YOU KNOW THEY DIDN'T CHEAT ON THEIR TAXES AUUUGH???


Well, we've seen Bush's... Bush's... Reagan's... McCain's... Dole's... Fords'... the father of the only major candidate not to do it in decades was the one who started the tradition...
 
2012-08-19 11:10:05 AM  
This guy couldn't get a friggin Pell grant with the first two pages of his 1040, and I am POSITIVE that he would be of the opinion that those stupid poors should have to provide all possible documentation before receiving federal college funds.
 
2012-08-19 11:11:30 AM  

falcon176: what is it with you libs and tax returns anyway, maybe you're just fascinated by the tax returns of PEOPLE WHO ACTUALLY PAY TAXES SUCK IT LIBS


So are you suggesting these 20 dirty, dirty liberals are fascinated by the tax returns because they didn't pay any taxes?
 
2012-08-19 11:11:34 AM  

falcon176: what is it with you libs and tax returns anyway, maybe you're just fascinated by the tax returns of PEOPLE WHO ACTUALLY PAY TAXES SUCK IT LIBS



Since you seem to be new here, I'll explain it to you. Romney is running on the platform that job creators in the top income tax brackets need their taxes reduced in order to effectively create jobs. Since Romney is considered in that bracket, we believe it is within our rights to see exactly how much Romney has been suffering.
We're simply being empathetic. Show us how stifling your taxes are, Mr. Romney, and we'll support your efforts.
 
2012-08-19 11:13:09 AM  

Curious: RyogaM: Now, the firms who do taxes for really rich folks have all sort of guarantees that, if the I.R.S., comes calling, the firm will handle everything needed to satisfy the I.R.S. So, it's possible that you would never know what they did on your behalf.

thank you, that is the first reasonable explanation i've seen for Romney's "hey i just sign them". OTOH it's incredibly conceited for him to think that after his "retroactive i live here" problem in MA that he wouldn't look at them much more closely. especially since he has been running for president for so long.



Maybe he does just sign them. Fine In fact, he said on the record that he does not even look at them enough to even know what state he is filing in. But setting a policy, then in your mind disavowing any responsibility for the implementation and apparently not even considering what the implementation is going to be is not going to turn out very well for you as President. Romney apparently did the same thing at Bain, instructing his minions to squeeze companies for the investors, then not being at all concerned about what happened to the people there. He knew something "bad" was happening, but didn't want to know and now it isn't his fault. It is the "overenthusiastic staffer" excuse all over again.
 
2012-08-19 11:14:33 AM  

Vindibudd: Notabunny: God's Hubris: Vindibudd: Ed Finnerty: Republicans sure have a lot to hide from their constituents, huh?

Oh so you've seen Obama's college transcripts?


Look! Something shiny over there!

I've never seen his driver's license or library card. And don't government employees in the White House have to wear an ID card on a lanyard? I've never seen Obama wearing one. How do I know he's supposed to be there?

And you haven't seen Republican tax returns, HOW DO YOU KNOW THEY DIDN'T CHEAT ON THEIR TAXES AUUUGH???



Not ALL republicans, just one. McCain had no problem releasing his taxes. Neither did Romney's rich father. Why the secrecy?
 
2012-08-19 11:16:54 AM  

Quince: falcon176: what is it with you libs and tax returns anyway, maybe you're just fascinated by the tax returns of PEOPLE WHO ACTUALLY PAY TAXES SUCK IT LIBS

So are you suggesting these 20 dirty, dirty liberals are fascinated by the tax returns because they didn't pay any taxes?



You misspelled RINO.
 
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