Who do you want as President based on Tax returns

@stealthy (8189)
United States
September 28, 2012 5:34pm CST
Someone whose total income, a very large one, was from investments, mainly dividends, and who had a large income which indicates he, or who he chooses as advisers, is very good at handling and investing his money even in a tough year which 2011 was. Or someone who had a loss of $3,000 from investments which is the most that can be deducted no matter how large the loses really are which indicates he or his advisers are not good at handling money. So who do you want in charge of your tax dollars?
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@Rollo1 (16693)
• Boston, Massachusetts
28 Sep 12
You know, the crazy answer is that a lot of people want the guy who obviously doesn't know how to handle money. And they need to think about it a little more carefully. Would they give their credit card to someone and let him go out and purchase anything he wanted or would they trust the guy who is concerned about the balance that you're going to owe? After all the information that they have, after four years of the evidence that Obama doesn't have the skills or the policies to fix the economy or to handle the nation's finances, some people will still pick him.
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@bestboy19 (5482)
• United States
29 Sep 12
I would want the person who has intelligent people around him. Those who have proven they know what they're doing.
@debrakcarey (19925)
• United States
30 Sep 12
You mean all those advisors of Obama's who owe collectively about a million dollars to the IRS?
@bestboy19 (5482)
• United States
1 Oct 12
I said people who know what they're doing.
@laglen (19783)
• United States
30 Sep 12
hahaha yes that is my answer. It is crazy that this is even a question. But the guy with dumb advisers gives free cell phones..... checkmate