On Fox News Sunday, Vice Presidential Nominee Paul Ryan said he didn’t have time to explain his vague—and by many accounts mathematically impossible—tax plan.
Ryan insisted to host Chris Wallace that the GOP plan is "revenue neutral." But Wallace persisted, saying he was asking only about the tax cuts, not about the unspecified tax deductions and loopholes that Romney-Ryan have said they want to eliminate.
Ultimately, Ryan threw up his hands. “I don’t have the time. It would take me too long to go through all of the math,” he said. read more
Another video has come to haunt Mitt Romney.
Liberal magazine Mother Jones—which dropped the now-infamous 47 percent video—posted footage from 1985, showing the then-CEO of Bain Capital describing his business strategy. It includes buying undervalued companies and planning, within five to eight years, to "harvest them at a significant profit." read more