1. Saving Face

    Reid: Not Satisfied with Mitt’s Returns

    WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 20:  Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) speaks to the media after a weekly policy meeting at the Capitol on March 20, 2012 in Washington, DC. The stage is being set for a fresh budget battle after the House GOP's plan was announced today amid calls from Democrats that their plan is already in place in the form of last year's Budget Control Act.
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    Nothing can stop him now. Harry Reid accused Mitt Romney of manipulation on his tax forms on Friday night, citing the fact that he has only released two full returns along with the brief summary of the previous 20 years’ taxes. In a statement about the release, Reid responded, “When will the American people see the returns he filed before he was running for president? Governor Romney is showing us what he does when the public is looking.” Reid gained scorn from the Republican party after saying a “source” had told him that Romney has not paid taxes for the past ten years—an accusation that has been proven wrong  for 2011 at least.

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