Sunday, August 12, 2012

A Question for Harry Reid

There is one entity in the United States, other than Romney himself, that possesses full, complete, uncensored copies of Romeny's tax returns.

The IRS.

Given this, why isn't the IRS going after Romney with charges of tax fraud, tax evasion, etc., if indeed he has paid NO taxes the last 10 years on his considerable income? That's their job.

Why should Harry Reid expect us to take his accusations seriously if the IRS - the government entity responsible for collecting taxes, as well as the interpretation and enforcement of the Internal Revenue Code - doesn't?

If merely looking at Romney's tax forms are enough to convict him of tax fraud in the eyes of the public, surely the IRS should be able to convict him in the eyes of law with documents they already have in their possession, right?

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