A Couple of Graphs for the “47% don’t pay taxes” Crowd

18 Sep

Two graphs that conservatives and especially Mitt Romney’s campaign people should take some time to glance at.

Just sayin’ ………….

On the tape, Romney explains that his electoral strategy involves writing off nearly half the country as unmoveable Obama voters. As Romney explains, 47 percent of Americans “believe that they are victims.” He laments: “I’ll never convince them they should take personal responsibility and care for their lives.”
 Those Red state, conservative people really DON”T like to pay taxes, I see.

Posted by on September 18, 2012 in Economy, Education, Environment, Health, Politics


2 responses to “A Couple of Graphs for the “47% don’t pay taxes” Crowd

  1. Sasha Hunter

    September 18, 2012 at 4:39 am

    It seems to me that the ultimate choice is between rock and hard place; Obama has given us the most excruciating recession while Romney keeps on putting his foot in the mouth at every other press conference.Tough choice really!

  2. h2dog

    September 18, 2012 at 10:39 am

    George W Bush and company brought us this recession. And republican obstructionism is perpetuating it.
    Obama, in my opinion, could and should have been tougher. But with the new filibuster, 60 vote senate rule,— he has had an almost impossible hill to climb.
    The obstructionism won’t stop if Obama wins, but hopefully conservative republicans like Mitt along with the many that are worse, will keep showing the bulk of the country that they have no thoughts about anyone but themselves. And by doing that put themselves out of a job.


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