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Easy - just provide your missing tax returns.  I’ll betcha in two hours nobody on earth will remember an idiot thing you said at that fund-raiser.

I happen to be one your despised 47 percent, and I need to correct the impression you’ve created over the past couple of days by running your stupid mouth off.

I am a senior on disability.  This is not an "entitlement", or a "freebie" or "giveaway".  It’s an insurance benefit.  All the years I was working, from the age of sixteen, I paid premiums for this eventuality in the form of FICA taxes.  I have to admit I am stunned that you, the Great and Powerful Oz Business Guru, doesn’t understand the difference between a benefit earned through premium payments and a giveaway.

I haven’t paid Federal income taxes for the past few years, mostly because my income, which consists of Social Security Disability payments and a small annuity which provides an additional 50%, is offset by medical bills that are quite high ($13,000 for 2011 alone) and deducting them from my income saves me from having to pay tax.  If this is one of the "loopholes" in the tax code you intend to get rid of, then I don’t see how I can survive.  I guess if you’re dead you’re no longer capable of mooching off the government, huh?

I’ve never been called a "freeloader" in my life, until you did in that video that has been making the rounds.  I’ll bet if we ever get a peek at your tax returns we’ll get a good lesson in what the term 'freeloader" really means.  


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