A shocking new report outlines how Mitt Romney may have legally dodged taxes. All legal, yes, but not something that everyday Americans can do.
David Cay Johnston, columnist for Reuters, Pulitzer Prize winner, author (Perfectly Legal and Free Lunch), will give us the details and Eugene Robinson, MSNBC Analyst and Associate Editor and Pulitzer Prize winning columnist for the Washington Post, will join Ed to discuss the politics.
President Obama slams Romney on his bogus tax plan and Mitt fights back with sandwich meat. The panel (Joy Reid, Managing Editor of TheGrio.com and MSNBC Contributor, Keli Goff, Political Correspondent at TheRoot.com, and radio talk show host Mark Simone) will weigh in on Romney's laundry list of problems.
The latest attacks follow a comment from Majority Leader Harry Reid, who took to the Senate floor to claim presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney hadn't paid taxes for 10 years while at Bain Capital. NBC's Chuck Todd reports.
Mitt Romney lets his true colors shine with another "out of touch" moment. You won't believe what the unemployed millionaire picked up at the hardware store:
On Monday, Mitt Romney was in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire to do some shopping. He picked up what he called "hardware stuff" at the hardware store and then some Diet Coke and ears of corn at the grocery store. Yum!
And in the Big Finish, another day, another lie from the Romney campaign: this time it's about welfare. Jonathan Alter, MSNBC Political Analyst and Bloomberg View columnist, has reaction and analysis.
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