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She worked as a tax consultant for offshore bank accounts at UBS in Geneva, Switzerland from 2008-2010 where she first met Mitt Romney...
And it has now been revealed that she is Harry Reid's source for his statements that Mr. Romney may not have paid any taxes during the past ten years. She contends that her disclosure to the Senate Leader was made by accident. This may be, but the Swiss are famous for their relatively high rates of taxation, strong safety net and general satisfaction with their overall quality of life, so take this information with a grain of salt.

Still, the video evidence is compelling. I'll post it here for you to decide for yourself. Please join me below the orange rugula for more.

In 2010, Miss Swiss left Geneva (after safely depositing all of her own money into a Swiss bank account) and moved to Searchlight, Nevada, where she joined a small Swiss expat community of retired yodelers and milkmaids. It was there she bumped into Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid while burning book his "The Good Fight" during a local sheep-shearing festival. Miss Swiss told Senator Reid about Mr. Romney'™s tax avoidance "because I thought it was so funny that a Senator would actually think that rich people pay taxes! So silly!" Miss Swiss has not heard from Mr. Romney since he began his Presidential run, but believes he is following her on Twitter @realromneygirl.
She has posted the video at her site, RomneyGirl.org.

So is she really Harry Reid's source? Or just an attention-seeker in the heat of Presidential campaign season?

The floor is yours.

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