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Ann Romney tries damage control pre-tax release

Ann Romney tries damage control pre-tax release

There's no doubt Mitt Romney is shaking in his Clarks at the thought of how he'll be perceived when he publicly discloses his tax returns Tuesday. It might turn out that he's richer than everyone thought. Or, maybe it'll appear as if he's not paying his "fair share" in taxes (he said he's "closer to the 15 percent" federal income tax rate).

Regardless of how many Benjamins the Romneys are sitting on, Mitt's wife Ann wants voters to know what really matters.

"Our riches, you can value them in the children we have and in the grandchildren we have,” she said Sunday at a campaign event in Florida. "That’s where our values are, that’s where our heart is and that’s where we measure our wealth."


h/t Washington Post

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