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Even though Romney is saying he pays lots of taxes - while in Israel ... when asked point blank whether or not he has ever paid less than the 13.9% in taxes he paid in 2010 ... Romney said "I haven’t calculated that. I’m happy to go back and look". When ABC did a follow up ... the Romney campaign said they would not be releasing any other tax information. So in other words - go f#ck yourself. But really - just trust him because he's not going to show you or anyone else.

Slinkier than Dubya, and willing to perpetuate the lying tradition of a Republic-con Party politician, Wicked Willard qualifies to be Chief Exacerbator.

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Following the Wicked Willard trail of deception results in very interesting discoveries.

Willard said that when travelling as a Mormon missionary, he suffered hardship staying in lowly places. “I don’t recall any of them having a refrigerator. We shopped before every meal … most of the apartments I lived in had no shower or bathtub. If we were lucky, we actually bought a hose and we stuck it on the sink.”~Mitt Romney talking about his lodging in France when he was a missionary as required in his lying religious duties.

Except - the "palace" he stayed in for 9 months in Paris, France is now the embassy to the United Arab Emirates ... and had every modern day convenience known to man. The guy lies constantly.

But only because he thinks you're stupid.

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"Ghost: If your group of professional posters"

You're really sticking with this paranoid meme?

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Ghost: If your group of professional posters put "satire disclaimer" at the front of each and every post of your group; it would make you folks a whole lot more credible.

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Satire Disclaimer Anonymous Hacks IRS Database — Publishes Romney Tax Returns July 28, 2012 By Orbson Rice

Late last night, the mysterious group of hackers known as Anonymous successfully hacked the main database for the Internal Revenue Service. The group appeared to have a singular target- Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney. Romney has been criticized by both parties for his failure to produce more than one past tax return. According to Ann Romney on ABC’s “Good Morning America” they had no intention of ever disclosing the contents on those returns: “We’ve given all you people need to know and understand about our financial situation and how we live our life”. Anonymous however, seems to have thought that we “the people” might want to know a little more about the man who seeks the White House.

The Anonymous attack successfully retrieved 25-years worth of Romney’s tax returns and published them without permission on major websites throughout the Internet. The majority of these websites removed the returns within minutes, however it was too late to completely protect the candidate’s already tainted image. We at Free Wood Post were able to examine Romney’s 2008 tax return and found that he had good reason to fear its release. The 2008 return paints a picture of an extraordinarily wealthy man, whose low tax rate and bizarre itemized deductions will surely raise many questions as to his suitability to be President.

Romney campaign spokeswoman Andrea Saul stated last week that “there has been no year in which Romney paid zero taxes”. In 2008, this was true. He earned $23,425,316 and paid $412.18 in federal income taxes. This calculates to a federal tax rate of 0.0018%. How did Romney get his tax burden so low? According to his return, he had approximately $23,407,000 in itemized deductions. These deductions ranged from $78,923 for “Toupee Creators Unlimited” and $41,826 for “Spray-on tan services” to a $3.8 million dollar write-off for a trip to Las Vegas with potential campaign donors. The Romney family also paid salaries to their numerous employees including, two yacht captains, three pilots for their private jets, two professional dog walkers, one toupee stylist and a “live-in contortionist”. What someone does with a live-in contortionist, one can only speculate. However, the $891,064 Romney spent on an “EWS Donor Party at the Pennsylvania Mansion” might give us a clue. While the return does not indicate what “EWS” stands for, given that the deducted supplies for the party included “Venetian masks, alcohol, lubricant and various Egyptian leather accessories” it was most likely an “Eyes Wide Shut” party.

In addition to his wild nights, Romney also deducted health related expenses. These included $127,000 for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for a condition termed “Pseudologia fantastica” also known as Compulsive Liar Syndrome. This may explain why the Republican nominee’s views seem to change dramatically depending on his audience. In fact, his recent string of political gaffes may be the direct result of his inability to keep up with the many competing “truths” he has spoken over the past year. According to noted Psychiatrist Bryan King, “Pathological liars seem utterly sincere about their lies, but if confronted with facts to the contrary, will often just as sincerely reverse their story.” According to Politifact, a news organization that researches the veracity of politician’s statements, only 16% of Romney’s examined statements were found to be completely true.

Fukin Hilarious....

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Orbson Rice story, Part 2

Romney campaign spokeswoman Andrea Saul stated last week that “there has been no year in which Romney paid zero taxes”. In 2008, this was true. He earned $23,425,316 and paid $412.18 in federal income taxes. This calculates to a federal tax rate of 0.0018%. How did Romney get his tax burden so low? According to his return, he had approximately $23,407,000 in itemized deductions. These deductions ranged from $78,923 for “Toupee Creators Unlimited” and $41,826 for “Spray-on tan services” to a $3.8 million dollar write-off for a trip to Las Vegas with potential campaign donors. The Romney family also paid salaries to their numerous employees including, two yacht captains, three pilots for their private jets, two professional dog walkers, one toupee stylist and a “live-in contortionist”. What someone does with a live-in contortionist, one can only speculate. However, the $891,064 Romney spent on an “EWS Donor Party at the Pennsylvania Mansion” might give us a clue. While the return does not indicate what “EWS” stands for, given that the deducted supplies for the party included “Venetian masks, alcohol, lubricant and various Egyptian leather accessories” it was most likely an “Eyes Wide Shut” party.

{Who knows what mask Wicked Willard wore at the EWS party? The Shadow knows.}

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For single resident of Ybor City, this stinks: Belching and gaseous Rhinos could start costing him money if the federal government decides to charge fees for air-polluting animals.

Ybor city’s only resident, the Rhino fart aficionado, so far is turning his overly large nose up at the notion, which he contends is a possible consequence of an Environmental Protection Agency report after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in 2007 that greenhouse gases emitted by belching and flatulence amounts to air pollution.

EPA officials insisted Friday that the lengthy, highly technical report, which mostly focuses on other sources of air pollution, does not include a proposal to tax livestock.

But the American Farm Bureau Federation said, based on federal agriculture department figures, it would require farms or ranches with more than 25 farting Rhinos, to pay an annual fee of about $175 for each flatulating rhino.

EPA officials said the agency has not taken a position on any of the matters discussed in its response to the Supreme Court ruling. And John Millett, a spokesman for EPA's air and radiation division, said there has been an oversimplification of the EPA's document "to the point of distortion."

"EPA is not proposing any type of tax on farting rhinos," he said.

The EPA briefly mentions "raising farting rhinos" in its report on ways to regulate greehnouse gases under the provisions of the Clean Air Act.

The farting Rhino’s sniffer and Ybor city’s only resident has expressed outrage over the EPA report, both on Internet sites and in opinions sent to EPA during a public comment period that ended last week. Many call it a "Farting Rhino Tax" and say the EPA proposed it.

"It's something that really has a very big potential adverse impact for the Farting Rhino industry," said Rick Krause, the senior director of congressional relations for the American Farm Bureau Federation.

The fee would cover the cost of a permit for the Farting Rhino operations. While farmers say it would drive them out of business, an organization supporting the proposal hopes it forces the farms and ranches to switch to healthier crops, grass fed Rhinos do not produce as much flatulence, but what would Ybor’s city Rhino butt sniffer do then? U.S. Rep. Robert Aderholt, a Republican from Haleyville in northwest Alabama, said he has spoken with EPA officials and doesn't believe the Farting Rhino’s Tax is a serious proposal that will ever be adopted by the agency. Ybor’s city only resident certainly hopes so.

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Story by Orbson Rice, Dateline July 28, 2012

Late last night, the mysterious group of hackers known as Anonymous successfully hacked the main database for the Internal Revenue Service. The group appeared to have a singular target- Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney. Romney has been criticized by both parties for his failure to produce more than one past tax return. According to Ann Romney on ABC’s “Good Morning America” they had no intention of ever disclosing the contents on those returns: “We’ve given all you people need to know and understand about our financial situation and how we live our life”. Anonymous however, seems to have thought that we “the people” might want to know a little more about the man who seeks the White House.

The Anonymous attack successfully retrieved 25-years worth of Romney’s tax returns and published them without permission on major websites throughout the Internet. The majority of these websites removed the returns within minutes, however it was too late to completely protect the candidate’s already tainted image. We at Free Wood Post were able to examine Romney’s 2008 tax return and found that he had good reason to fear its release. The 2008 return paints a picture of an extraordinarily wealthy man, whose low tax rate and bizarre itemized deductions will surely raise many questions as to his suitability to be President.

{Who knows what evil lurks in the heart of Wicked Willard? The Shadow knows}

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The Mormon religion promotes a belief that the god of prior religions was disappointed with all previous attempts at representing godliness, and found in Joe Smith someone who would accept and present the new and pursit form of divine revelation.

Untranslated books were given young Joe, along with golden plates that revealed to him the meaning of the ancient, untranslated texts. This is a movie script for a Disney kids, not the origin of a true religion. It is the reason for all the lying lies of lying religion started in America.

Harry Reid says a source has told him that Mitt Romney didn't pay taxes for 10 years. Romney has sort of denied this, but with not-so-straightforward language that makes one wonder.

Romney can clear this up in about 30 seconds by doing what presidential candidates have been doing for 40 years -- make his tax returns public.

With so many questions re: Romney's money (Swiss bank accounts? Cayman accounts?), people want to know what's going on before they vote.

The false religion of lying lies has given the Republican Party's executive office candidate a reason to proclaim daily lying lies to vassals of their kingdom.

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"One withholds lots of his past"

Only from you it seems....

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Thanks VA....

Traveling is in my blood. Mother was in air industry since 1968. Father is from TN, and was a roadrunner every rabbit/squirrel season on the road heading south. I love to travel and live in diff places. So, buying a house here is gonna feel like I'm retiring or settling down.

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