Mitt Romney can’t seem to find a coherent explanation for how a chairman, CEO, and sole shareholder of a buyout firm is not responsible for decisions at that firm. Watch Americans struggle to understand Romney’s answer as they read it word-for-word, and then share this video with your friends.
Tax havens, offshore accounts, carried interest. Mitt Romney has used every trick in the book.
Romney admits that over the last two years he’s paid less than 15 percent in taxes on $43 million in income. Makes you wonder if some years he paid any taxes at all? We don’t know because Mitt Romney refuses to release anything before 2010.
What is Mitt Romney hiding?
Martin Heinrich’s campaign for U.S. Senate released its first television ad since the primary election. In the ad, he says, “I’m running for the Senate to help build better lives for the hard-working people of New Mexico.” The new 30-second spot represents Heinrich’s commitment to New Mexico’s middle class, including raising the minimum wage, holding job fairs to connect workers with local employers, and fighting to cut taxes for small businesses.