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No he won't. All he has to do is ask why Obama is so concerned about Romney's taxes and yet has not said a word about good o'l Harry not doing his job and producing a budget during his entire presidency. Obama's job is suppose to be the American people and a budget effects the American people a hell of alot more than Romney's tax returns. Besides, if Obama brings it up then it's fair game for Romney to point out he did nothing illegal in using every loophold available to him and if Obama has a problem with it then why didn't he keep his promise to revise our tax laws?
If Romney is lucky Obama will say something about his taxes!
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2012: The New York Daily News thinks Obama has failed
Harry Reid’s smear attack on Mitt Romney masks Dems’ problems
Weak economy, no job growth and huge deficits should be the real target
When he descended into smarmy innuendo about Mitt Romney’s taxes, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid was merely executing a tactic that is increasingly central to President Obama’s reelection campaign.
High unemployment and trickling job production have foreclosed Obama from running strong on his domestic record. So he’s painting Romney as a rich, out-of-touch tax chiseler as a distraction from the accumulating woeful economic reports.
Reid took the rhetoric into the pits with a claim that someone had told him Romney had not paid taxes for 10 years, thereby filling a vacuum left by Romney’s release of only one year’s tax returns with a promise of one more.
The transparency of Reid’s cheap theater puts Washington’s economic betrayal of the American people on direct view. Democrats and Republicans alike have been complete busts in reviving the economy — and now they’ve done one worse.
A stunning New York Times story on Monday convicted them of gross malfeasance. The country is marching toward the so-called fiscal cliff that Congress created to get past the paralyzing fight over raising the debt ceiling.
Come the new year, defense spending plummets by $400 billion, forcing tens of thousands of layoffs. The Democrats insisted on the huge hit to force Republicans to accept tax hikes produced by the end of the Bush-era cuts.
What The Times revealed is that companies have scrapped hiring plans out of fear of an enormous meltdown. The firms want to take on people, but the picture is too uncertain and they see their customers pulling back as well.
IN OTHER WORDS, REID & CO. HAVE GONE BEYOND DOING NOTHING. THEY ARE INFLICTING REAL HARM.