In July, Willard made the following statement:
I don't pay more [taxes] than are legally due and frankly if I had paid more than are legally due I don't think I'd be qualified to become president. I'd think people would want me to follow the law and pay only what the tax code requires.
Now we see that in his current tax return his liability was only 9%--NINE PER CENT!--but he didn't take all of his deductions for his charitable contributions, so his actual rate was 14%. (That's still below what a lot of people get for WORKING. Willard does NOTHING except collect money from Bain Capital that counts as carried interest and therefore is taxed at the low capital gains rate.)
SO IF WILLARD PAID MORE THAN HE ACTUALLY OWED, DOESN'T THAT MEAN--BY HIS OWN WORDS--THAT HE'S NOT QUALIFIED TO BE PRESIDENT?
Or what he just lying--as usual--in July?