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(Politico)   House Ethics Committee decides to drop their case against Maxine Waters after finding that cronyism and nepotism are perfectly okay when engaged in by members of Congress   ( divider line
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2012-09-21 03:07:18 PM  
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beta_plus: Lost Thought 00: beta_plus:

come back and try it once more, this time with more meaning

Taxing the rich more solves everything. You seem very upset that I'm now agreeing with you.

Are you ever on topic, you dreadful bore?
2012-09-21 02:46:23 PM  
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Philip Francis Queeg: Lost Thought 00: mainstreet62: Where is the Mitt Romney 2011 tax thread?

The most interesting bit is how he deliberately skipped taking obvious deductions so that his effective tax rate would go from 13% to 14%, which I guess somehow he think that will make people like him more

Didn't Romney say that if he didn't take every deduction he could that would make him unfit for office?

That was for the really lean tax-paying years (i.e., before 2010). Then he flip-flopped and became Mitt Romney: Real American™.
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