President Obama Has The Power To Make Mitt Romney Release His Income Tax Statements

Written by Abel Rodriguez

Thursday, 20 September 2012

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President Obama has just learned that the White House can force Romney to release his Income Tax Statements.

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Mitt Romney is sticking to his guns and is flat out refusing to release his income tax returns.

GOPicky Magazine is reporting that there is a loop hole, which the White House legal staff has found which states that the president has the right to force any U.S. citizen to release their income tax documents.

The statute is known as the IRS-187003T Statute of 1955, and it allows for the releasing of any information of an IRS nature.

The statute further says that if someone or some group tries to defy the action of the Federal Government then they are subject to a $75,000 fine, plus they could be remanded to jail and possibly receive a 90 to 120 day prison sentence.

When GOPicky Magazine contacted Mitt Romney and made him aware of this information he started coughing uncontrollably and asked, "You mean that I could be sent to prison for 90 to 120 days?"

GOPicky reporter Amos Soursuckele informed Romney that he could be fined up to $75,000.

Romney, known as the Hairdo Dude replied that he did not give a rat's behind about the $75,000 since as filthy rich as he is it would be like 3 cents to the average middle class American.

SIDENOTE: Vice-President Joe Biden when told about Romney's 3 cents remark said that, that is just the way that self-centered rich people like Mitt Romney, Donald Trump, and Madonna think.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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