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Mitt Romney Talks To Chuck Todd – December 21 2011



In the interview Romney Talks about Negative Campaigning, the Payroll Tax debate and whether Newt Gingrich is qualified to be president. The Iraq war and how much credit President Obama deserves for Killing Bin Laden

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Barack Obama Ad: Ask Mitt Romney Where He Stands on Raising Your Taxes



Democratic Party operative and Deputy Senior Advisor to President Barack Obama Stephanie Cutter goes after the Republicans on the Payroll Tax then challenges Mitt Romney to clarify his position on the issue

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DNC Ad: WhichMitt: On The Payroll Tax Cut Extension…Again



Mitt Romney called President Obama’s payroll tax plan a “temporary little band-aid.” But now, with the public favoring an extension, Romney has flip-flopped, saying he would “like to see the payroll tax cut extended.” With Mitt Romney it’s not what he says – but what he does. And his plan would help the wealthiest Americans […]

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DNC Ad: WhichMitt: Payroll Tax Cut Again



Mitt Romney called President Obama’s tax cut extension – worth $1,500 to a typical middle class family – a “temporary little band-aid”. Now he’s flip flopped and says he’s now against ending the payroll tax cut.

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DNC Ad: WhichMitt: Payroll Tax Cut, China and Auto Industry Recovery



Last week we revealed “Which Mitt?”, an online video quiz you can take athttp://www.whichmitt.com. This week’s video recaps some of Mitt’s most recent flips and flops. We cover some recent switches on the payroll tax cut, China, and the auto industry recovery.

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DNC Ad: WhichMitt: Payroll Tax Cut



In August 22, 2011, when asked about President Obama’s plan to extend the payroll tax cut, Mitt Romney said… “I’m all in favor of keeping taxes down and keeping burdens down on American business and employers. I want employers and entrepreneurs to have every incentive to open businesses and to start creating jobs.” 8/22/2011 But […]

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