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Anonymous Hacks IRS Database: Publishes Romney Tax Returns

Hope this hasn't been posted already...

Late last night, the mysterious group of hackers known as Anonymous successfully hacked the main database for the Internal Revenue Service. The group appeared to have a singular target- Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney. Romney has been criticized by both parties for his failure to produce more than one past tax return. According to Ann Romney on ABC’s “Good Morning America” they had no intention of ever disclosing the contents on those returns: “We’ve given all you people need to know and understand about our financial situation and how we live our life”. Anonymous however, seems to have thought that we “the people” might want to know a little more about the man who seeks the White House.


***Just found out this isn't a factual article. *Sighs* Sorry guys. I'll leave it here just in case anyone wants a good laugh.

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"Next, if you read the most widely circulated version of the article carefully, you’ll see some red flags: $78,923 for “Toupee Creators Unlimited” and $41,826 for “Spray-on tan services”? $891,064 on an “EWS Donor Party at the Pennsylvania Mansion” including “Venetian masks, alcohol, lubricant and various Egyptian leather accessories”? Totally bogus. (Read before you share, folks. )"

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