Breaking: Mitt Romney Is a Washington Insider (New Video Leak)
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Breaking: Mitt Romney Is a Washington Insider (New Video Leak)

Dayton : OH : USA | Mar 03, 2012 at 7:48 AM PST
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Mitt Romney Washington Insider

A 2002 video , recently aired by ABC News, shows then-Massachusetts gubernatorial candidate Mitt Romney bragging about being able to get taxpayer dollars from Washington, D.C., despite his 2012 attacks on federal subsidies.

Mitt Romney quotes on video " that he beleives getting money where the money is, the money is in Washington" which means using tax payer dollars.

Romney seems like he has flopped again. In most past GOP debates, He stated telling people. " people need someone that knows how the private sector works" but in this video he is talking about getting money from Washington. HUH!!

The Tax Policy Center has released its new-and-improved analysis of Mitt Romney's new-and-"improved" tax plan, and here's what they found. Lower taxes for everyone except the lowest-income Americans. Bigger tax breaks for the richest. And $500 billion added to the deficit by 2015 that we would have to borrow or cut.

Here's the gist of Romney's plan in three easy steps. First, he begins with extending the Bush(/Obama) tax cuts and slashing individual income tax rates by another 20 percent. Second, he all but erases Obama's term from the tax bill by repealing both Obamacare's taxes and the stimulus tax credits the president would like to extend. Third, he would make long-term investment income for the middle class practically free. There are other provisions, but these are the biggies.

And it all adds up to one big tax cut. Where does the money go? It goes to the top. Romey tax plan will hurt the middle class and poor families in America.

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