John McCain Didn’t Like What he Saw in Romney’s Tax Returns

July 15, 2012 at 2:13 PM 2 comments

Rahm Emanuel was on This Week with George Stephanopoulos this morning and this is what he said about the McCain campaign vetting Mitt Romney for VP back in 2008:

He has only released one year, to the McCain campaign he released 23 years. And he’s telling the people, ‘I’m not going to give you what I gave John McCain’s people in 2008.’ And when he gave them 23 years, John McCain’s campaign looked at it and went, ‘Let’s go with Sarah Palin.’ So whatever’s in there is far worse than just the first year.


I’m sure it is.  Romney’s hiding something.  I suspect there are years during which he paid zero taxes.


Entry filed under: 2012 Election, Our Tax Dollars, Republicans, Including Wingers & "Moderates".

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. walthe311  |  July 15, 2012 at 2:43 PM

    Mitt Romney has two choices in this election year:

    He can come clean about Bain and lose


    He can continue to stonewall and lose.

    Mitt wants the third option, which is to stonewall on Bain and win, but that won’t happen. In winning the governor’s race in Massachusetts, he was able to stonewall and win, but that option is not available this time. This time around, Mitt has a lot more money to spend, and he is counting on that to see him over the next four months. The last thing the country needs at this point is a repeat of Nixon’s second term where the election/re-election campaign contained events that led to the president’s resignation.

  • 2. Say It Ain't So Already  |  July 15, 2012 at 2:48 PM

    Just curious — do you live in Massachusetts? Sounds as if you might. If so, what did you think of him as governor?

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