Sunday, October 7, 2012
It's time for America to Boycott Letterman.....
This guy is nothing but an angry old white man that isn't funny any longer...to use his position on TV to make radical, insane, obviously untrue and slanderous statements makes him unfit for TV.....I can't understand why CBS, even with it's liberal leanings, wouldn't take him off the air....but then again they are part of the State-Run Media.
I could care less how he feels in his private life or what he says to his friends and acquaintences, but when he's on entertainment TV he needs to keep his opinions to himself...
Hopefully he will eventually get taken off the air and he can go work for MSNBC which is where he belongs....
But for now just boycott his show!!!
Letterman suggests Romney didn't pay taxes, calls him a "felon"
Published October 07, 2012 FoxNews.com
Late night TV host David Letterman has suggested that Mitt Romney is a “felon” because he does not pay income tax, despite the Republican presidential nominee recently releasing IRS documents showing he paid nearly $2 million just in 2011.
Letterman, host of CBS’ “Late Show,” made the statement Friday night when telling the audience about a recent poll on what Americans would most like to see, reported first by the website NewsBusters.
Letterman said that 6 percent of Americans wanted to see Romney’s tax returns.
"Yeah, we want to get a look at those tax returns because I believe we will discover that the man has not paid a nickel in United States federal income tax," Letterman said. "That’s right, we have a felon running for president."
Letterman’s comment was similar to one made this summer by Obama deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutters.
Cutter suggested in July that if Romney misrepresented on federal documents when he left his company Bain Capital, that would be a “felony.”
In July, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nevada), citing an anonymous source, accused Romney of not paying any taxes for 10 years. Reid has not revealed where he got his information.
Meanwhile, a letter from Price Waterhouse Coopers states that Romney paid an average of 20 percent in taxes every year from 1999 to 2009