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July 10th, 2012
09:59 PM ET

Politics and Romney's offshore accounts

Anderson Cooper talks to Mary Matalin and Ali Velshi about the political dispute surrounding Romney's income and taxes.


Filed under: Mitt Romney • Taxes
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  1. Diane

    First I like to tell you Anderson, you are one of the only journalists who is-objective. As to your piece on Romney's offshore investments I feel you should hav had one person defending his investment. I found the piece otherwise to be well done, but then again I think you are the best.
    As an aside and please do not quote this – I was a Hillary supportor and for the first time contributed money. I still am angry felt my party let me down. I am still proud of Hillary and believe we would have been in a better position if she was in charge.

    July 10, 2012 at 10:30 pm |
  2. Heath Curry

    We as citizens have our financial data, credit score, debt to income etc used as a means to evaluate us in everything from car insurance to a job applications. Mr. Romney, who wishes to hold the biggest JOB in the US should also be subject to this scrutiny. The focus should not be, has he done anything wrong, but rather what does his financial decisions and practices say about him as a person and his ability to potentially lead this country?

    July 10, 2012 at 10:15 pm |

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