Tuesday, January 24, 2012

13.9 Mitt Romney's tax rate is also the Percentage of votes he'll receive in 2012

Poor Unemployed Mitt Romney released his 2010 tax return which showed he paid $3 Million in taxes for the $21.6 Million he reported in income. Coincidentally, 14%, about 45 million votes, is roughly the number of Americans who would choose Mitt Romney for President.

On the Other Hand, in 2008 Barack Obama garnered 67 million popular votes in 2008 and in 2012 if his opponent is Out-of-Touch Vulture Romney or Three gods/Three wives Newt Gingrich, President Obama will earn 100 million popular votes.

Mitt Romney, probably has no idea what hit him this year. Having lived a life of ease and comfort, effortlessly sliding back-and-forth between work as the Disaster Capitalist at Bain Capital and Government Romney no doubt expected to be able to buy the Presidency and reward his family, cronies and Corporate criminal allies with huge amounts of stolen taxpayer dollars.

But, as the country and American people struggle to overcome the damage wrought by President Bush and the Republicon Recession people became aware the Trickle Down Financial System and American Capitalism is rigged against them. It is a system rigged to aid the 1% and their marionettes in the Government. While the 99% only feel the trickle of the Piss Down Our Backs from the 1%.


Silverfiddle said...

1% is what Obama gave to charity. Who's pissing on who?

Grung_e_Gene said...


Does it make you feel good to lie? Do you feel any compunctions about being constantly mistaken? President Obama donated $245,000 out of $1,728,000. That is 14%. And even if he did donate 1% wouldn't your ethical position be in favor of his choice?

But, I suppose your Alternate Conservative Reality allows you to believe whatever you want to believe about President Obama. Facts be Damned!!!

Sarge said...

Actually Romney isn't one of the 1% - he is .006%.


PS: Fuck Noot
Fuck Sanitariom
Fuck that doofus ass MD
Fuck the doofus ass MD's son
and fuck Mitt

I miss anyone?

Silverfiddle said...

You like to throw around the word lie alot. Read this...


The Royal Family has released more tax returns since then, and I congratulate them on finally amping it up. I still find it funny how he and Michelle were berating us while being so stingy.

That's a hefty tax return, btw. Effete Ivy Leaguers Michelle and Barack are definitely one percenters...

Grung_e_Gene said...

Incorrect as usual Silverfiddle. From the article:
The Obamas' tax returns also show they had little in savings during the same period. They reported no dividends or capital gains over the five years and reported $33 in taxable interest, all of which was received in 2002.

Also, The Obamas increased the amount they gave to charity when their income rose in 2005 and 2006 after the Illinois senator published a bestselling book. As their income increased so did their charitable donations. BUT, the tax rate President Obama paid stayed around 30% AS WELL.

So, SeanHannityFiddle, you're on board with the Faux Lies that poor people need to pay higher taxes and rich people need to pay less.

It is good to see you've adopted OWS language. I'm sure your conservative conditioning will try and make it all the Liberals fault though. Your alternate reality is strong, but one day you might see that the Republicons and their uber-rich masters have been playing you for decades.

Silverfiddle said...

Gene, Gene, Gene...

Wealth and savings does not determine your tax rate, your income does. Big difference.

They both were pulling down 6 figures, Michelle got her job shooing poor people out of rich hospitals due to Barry being a Senator.

Grung_e_Gene said...

Oh My Goodness, SeanHannityFiddle!

So settle the question is charity a personal choice or not? If you're blasting Obama for giving 1% prior to 2005 is that significant?

And if Obama's charitable donations are not up to par with the Koch Brothers should I be able to demand the Koch's and Mitt pay the same tax rate Obama paid (26-32%) during those years?

Obviously, Silverfiddle you will say no because you've allowed yourself to be twisted by toxic conservative thought.

Silverfiddle said...

You provided facts about their latest giving and I accept them. It's about time the effete Ivy League elites starting giving back and giving their fair share.

You still seem confused about the difference between wealth and income as it relates to taxation, though.