Tue Aug 7, 2012, 06:11 PM
Chichiri (3,016 posts)
"I don't really believe that he's got any kind of a credible source."
A commenter on DKos commented that, if Reid's charge against Romney was false, he would not be using those words. He would say something like, "Well I KNOW I paid taxes for the last ten years, so logically, whoever Reid's been talking to is not credible." Later in the interview Romney did say something along those lines, but too late to walk back the first statement, the one that sounds like a criminal in an interrogation room saying, "I don't believe you've got anything on me." A statement not of fact, but of hope.
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"I don't really believe that he's got any kind of a credible source." (Original post)
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Response to cleduc (Reply #1)
Tue Aug 7, 2012, 06:47 PM
LeftofObama (4,074 posts)
2. Me too.
As if he were saying, "you can't prove anything since I'm not going to release my returns, so that puts your source's credibility into question."
He doesn't deny that he didn't pay taxes, he just questions the accuser's credibility.
Response to Chichiri (Original post)
Tue Aug 7, 2012, 07:46 PM
maxsolomon (13,015 posts)
6. Williard probably has a very good idea who the source is
unless he brags to every Bain investor about his clever clever accountants.