Paul Ryan Caught Cheating on His Taxes

August 16, 2012 at 11:37 AM Leave a comment

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What is it with the Romney/Ryan ticket? The murky money of Romney/Ryan is becoming the defining narrative about the Republican ticket.

Paul Ryan and his wife inherited between $1 – 5 million in 2010 and whoopsie daisy, he forgot to disclose it for two years. You’d almost think it was on purpose, well, some people do think that, since Ryan didn’t remember it until he was being vetted by the Romney campaign.

Hey, at least Paul Ryan provided some tax returns when he interviewed for the VP slot. That’s more than some people will do. But it doesn’t look so great that Mr. Ryan forgot to disclose an income producing trust worth between 1 – 5 million dollars.

As he was being vetted, Mr. Ryan pulled a Romney and retroactively amended his disclosures on June 6, 2012 in order to include one of the couple’s largest assets — the $1 – 5 million income producing trust Janna Ryan inherited from her mother.

The omission was classified as an “inadvertent omission.” The average American probably couldn’t justify forgetting about a trust earning, according to USA Today, “between $15,001 and $50,000 in 2010, and between $100,001 and $1 million last year.”


An “inadvertent omission?”  Yeah, right.  What an insult.  Ryan has the same arrogant attitude the Romneys have as he looks down and talks down to We the Little People as if we’re idiots.


Entry filed under: 2012 Election, Our Tax Dollars, Republicans, Including Wingers & "Moderates", They Think We're Idiots/We ARE Idiots.

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