The Ed Morrissey Show: Duane “Generalissimo” Patterson & the week in review

posted at 1:46 pm on September 21, 2012 by Ed Morrissey

Today, on the Ed Morrissey Show (3 pm ET), we’ll take a look at the past week with Duane “Generalissimo” Patterson of the Hugh Hewitt Show. Duane and I will catch up with the presidential race, the status of Change, and the latest from the Benghazi debacle and the Obama administration’s narrative collapse. All of this and more — and stay tuned for a preview of tonight’s Hugh Hewitt Show.

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OT – Romney is releasing his 2011 tax returns and a summary of his returns filed for the last 20 years.
Kudos to him for releasing it on his own timetable and not kowtowing to Dingy Harry & the Democrats!

22044 on September 21, 2012 at 3:03 PM

Too bad that Romney didn’t have Price Waterhouse disaggregate out his capital gains and qualified dividends versus ordinary income, interest, and non-qualified dividends giving the percentage of tax for those categories. Then one could argue that if you have lots of investments, as well as ordinary income, that how you invest will affect the kind of overall tax rate you would pay.

The issue of Romney’s tax rate versus the “ordinary” taxpayer’s tax rate is the result of one key consideration is the assumption that “all things being equal”. If Romney’s income breakdown was the same, just different in magnitude, as the “ordinary” taxpayer, then Romney’s tax rate would be more alike. Given his large charitable contributions, obviously it would almost certainly be somewhat different.

Russ808 on September 21, 2012 at 4:29 PM