Voters got to see Rep. Bachmanns true colors when she ran for president and the more they saw, the less they liked. Her extreme ideology has crippled Washington, and working families have paid the price.
If weve ever had a chance to defeat Bachmann, this is it. Minnesotans understand that Bachmann abandoned the middle class. And theres no third party in the race this time to pad Bachmanns numbers.
But shell fight. Shes well-funded and close with the Koch Brothers, who will attack me aggressively.
We can win this race. We can defeat Michele Bachmann. But we cant do it without your support. ...
More at: http://jimgraves.com/defeat-bachmann/
Did anyone else note the irony of Rmoney complaining about those who don't pay federal income taxes, in front of a group that doesn't want to pay taxes?
Perhaps the above should read "had" support among lowest income voters?
Source = http://www.gallup.com/poll/157508/romney-support-among-lowest-income-voters.aspx?utm_source=alert&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=syndication&utm_content=morelink&utm_term=Politics
* 70% pay payroll taxes
* 17% are seniors, who have no income and paid taxes prior to retirement
* 13 percent are students, jobless, disabled and/or make too little income.
Seemingly, Mitt's only apprehension regarding the comments he made, was that they were not elegantly stated.
Mitt believes - "corporations are people" and actual people are not worthy of concern. Is there an elegant way to communicate these beliefs?
(This, in response to Rmoney's continued absurdity re: not being asked for his birth certificate.)
I also want his college transcripts. And, those pesky tax returns.
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