...and rushing for the yeaho....
This is droll:
Romney Paid More Than He Owed
In 1934, President Franklin D. Roosevelt appointed Joseph P. Kennedy, a notorious Wall Street operator, as the first chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission. It turned out that Kennedy’s understanding of how the system had been abused in the past was a great asset in his new job.
A President Romney would probably enter office knowing more about loopholes in the tax code than any of his predecessors, and could, if he so chose, be an effective advocate for reform. Whether or not Mr. Romney wins, the disclosure of his tax returns provides the rest of us with an insight into just how dysfunctional the system has become.
If there's one thing we can count on, it's a president Romney fighting from the bully pulpit on behalf of more coherent tax law.
As John Stewart discussed with Elizabeth Warren, it was Romney and his homies who fought to maintain Byzantine tax law:
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