Mitt Romney, under pressure to release his income tax records, said he’d probably to it in April, by which time he may already have the nomination. One hint why he might be reluctant: he’s a multi-millionaire, but says most of his money comes from low-tax-investment income. He admitted he pays about 15 percent.
- Of course that’s if he files his taxes on his lunch hour. If it’s at dinnertime, he always pays 20%.
- No wonder he not invited to Warren Buffet’s “Millionaires Who Want To Pay More Than Our Fair Share” Spring Dance!
- Since Newt has criticized Mitt because he can “speak French”, Romney said he’ll release his tax info this “April, in Paris, With Chesnuts In Blossom… And Holiday Tables Under the Trees…”