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|Subject: Re: Romney is Brilliant!||Date: 10/6/2012 2:41 PM|
|Author: rjf53||Number: 64028 of 74311|
Romney's proposal with reduction in deductions, will not add to the deficit.
Hi Mr Duma,
I just couldn't resist letting this one last little bit of "data" out of our discussion.
I literal just awoke from a nap, long story involving a "lock in" my daughter attended last night. So anyway I walked right to my porch, sat down in my recliner and switched on the TV.
What was on was a interview of a Romney spokesman being asked about a perceived discrepancy between what Mr Romney said from a clip in the debate, where he said he would cut tax rates across the board by 20% for everyone vs what he claimed in a clip a few days later about not cutting taxes on the 1%.
Now I'm sure if I could provide you precise quotes or better still a video of what I watched you would have a great explanation but I can't. I can however provide you with an exact quote made by the Romney spokesman to the query.
"I am not going to respond to that question, I do not know what Governor Romney was thinking"
Ah yes, a man with a plan, unfortunately even his spokesman doesn't know what it is.
But no worries because apparently you do? Right?
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