Reid: 'Mitt Romney Could Be One Of Those Who Have Paid No Federal Income Tax'

The Senate Majority Leader raises questions about Mitt Romney's tax returns on the Senate floor.
3:00 | 09/19/12

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Transcript for Reid: 'Mitt Romney Could Be One Of Those Who Have Paid No Federal Income Tax'
So whose taxes would Mitt Romney -- We -- he would -- tax millionaires and billionaires are companies that ship jobs overseas. He's made that very clear. If -- math teacher leader single mother won't be Mitt -- job to worry about you. If you're a multimillionaire Romney won't rest to get for a million dollar tax cut that's what the Ryan budget deficit -- likes that. All we know Mitt Romney could be one of those who have paid no federal income tax. Thousands of families like more than a million dollars. -- nothing in federal income -- nature. Of pizza and a president thousands of families making more than a million dollars. -- pay nothing in federal taxes. There's Mitt Romney among those. We'll never -- since he refused stories relations -- terms. For the years before it was running for president. But from that one returns only one -- sent. We know that army pays a lower tax rate the middle class talent thanks to a number. I think he's done Swiss bank accounts in violence actual terms. And we can only imagine what -- secrets. But believe he'll be sure the American people -- -- attachment. Site is dead.

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