6 Responses to Mitt Romney’s Continued Attacks & Lies On President Obama EXPOSED

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  2. Tell Mitt Romney: Bring your offshore accounts back to the USA


    Mitt Romney has invested his money around the world, from the Cayman Islands to Ireland to Australia. We don’t know if he’s using these accounts to avoid paying his fair share in taxes, but we do know that in 2010, Romney’s tax rate was a startlingly low 13.9%. This means Romney pays a lower tax rate than many teachers, firefighters, police officers, and other middle-class Americans—even a lower rate than most other millionaires.

    If elected, Romney’s proposed tax plan would cut tax rates for the wealthy even further—cutting his own taxes and protecting loopholes that he benefits from. At the same time, he opposes the President’s Buffett Rule, which would require millionaires and billionaires to pay their fair share. That’s not right.

  3. Obama Campaign Strikes Squarely At Romney’s Swiss Bank Account


    WASHINGTON — As Mitt Romney campaigned across Ohio during the Republican primary, there was a sense that his message of adding a private-sector touch to national politics was finally resonating among voters. The former Massachusetts governor was still, at that point, embroiled in a tight contest with former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa.). But polls were showing him running away with a victory in the Buckeye State.

    Still, in an interview with The Huffington Post just a day before the vote took place, Ohio’s former governor Ted Strickland, a Democrat, said he wasn’t worried that Romney was establishing firm roots in his home state. The reason was simple. The same business background propelling him in the primary could be turned into a liability in the general.

    “We haven’t even started really talking in Ohio about Mitt Romney having a Swiss bank account and Mitt Romney putting a portion of his wealth, having it invested in the Cayman Islands,” said Strickland. “I mean, trust me, that’s not going to go over well in Ohio. Why would any person who aspired to be president, as Mitt Romney has for probably much of his life, open a Swiss bank account? What does that say about his political judgment and what does it say about his commitment to the United States of America?”

    On Tuesday morning, the Obama campaign followed Strickland’s script to a T, putting out an ad in Ohio called, of all things, “Swiss Bank Account.” The spot will air in Virginia and Iowa as well, and according to a campaign aide, has a significant amount of money behind it.

    The ad is actually a response to another one being run by a conservative outside group attacking the president for his alternative energy policies. And for that reason it opens up by pointing out that that group, Americans for Prosperity, was accused by fact-checkers of using inaccurate or downright false information. From there, however, there are only haymakers.

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