I am not basing this on some figment of my imagination.Harry Reid • “Doubling down,” as they say, on his allegation that Mitt Romney paid no taxes for ten years. Reid sourced this claim to an anonymous investor in Bain, Romney’s old company, and in a conference call with reporters today, said that he’s “had a number of people tell me that [Romney paid no taxes].” When asked to back up his claim, Reid replied: “The burden should be on him. He’s the one I’ve alleged has not paid any taxes. Why didn’t he release his tax returns?” On the one hand, it’s easy to attribute an incendiary allegation to an anonymous source, as Reid has done. On the other hand, the only way to confirm or discredit this allegation is—you guessed it—for Romney to release his tax returns. source (via • follow)
I hacked in after finding the answer to the security question, ‘What is your favorite pet?’ It is [redacted] by the way. The password is now [redacted] … This is also the password for the Dropbox account. This is all I have gotten into. I have nothing to do with Anonymous and have never done something like this before. Goodbye.An anonymous hacker • Revealing to Gawker how he allegedly hacked into Mitt Romney’s e-mail Tuesday. Mitt Romney’s personal e-mail address — firstname.lastname@example.org — was allegedly hacked using the “favorite pet” question. It’d be painfully ironic if it it was Seamus. Everyone knows if you’re famous you don’t use that security question — everyone’s gonna know that!
» The “duh” sentence in this story: ”His tax bill is significantly higher than the amount paid by most Americans.” What tipped you off, Wall Street Journal, the fact that there’s “million” in the amount?
I don’t blame him for the recession and for the decline, what I blame him for is having it going so long, going so deep.Mitt Romney • Talking about how much blame Obama should get for the recession.