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Talkin' Taxes with Uncle Yam

IIII Talkin' Taxes 00 with Uncle Yam How many meals could we buy with the top candidates' tax bills? Let's just say...freedom fries for everyone! Barack Obama Barack Obama paid $453,770 in taxes in 2010.[1] With all that dough, he could buy an Italian dinner for 1 out of every 10 residents of Washington D.C. Mitt Romney Mitt Romney paid a cool $3,000,000 in taxes in 2010.[2] Boston 617,594 That's enough scratch to feed every human in Boston a nice Jamaican dinner, 'mon. Rick Santorum Rick Santorum forked over $263,000 in taxes in 2010.[3] With that kind of moolah, he could fill 1 out of 5 Philadelphabellies with a finger lickin’ Philly Cheesesteak. Newt Gingrich Newt Gingrich paid $994,708 in taxes in 2010.[4] With all of that cash, he could treat 1 out of 2 Atlanta residents to a mouth-watering Peach Cobbler. Ron Paul The good Doctor Paul does not disclose his tax filings.[5] But we're pretty sure he could fill the Alamo with BBQ brisket - there's a gold mine or two in that there portfolio! Try us out: Follow us on Twitter: @GrubHub Like us on Facebook: happy eating Sources [1] president-biden-s-tax-returns-and-tax-receipts [2] & [3] tax-rate-than-mitt-romney-in-2010/ [4] releases-his-2010-tax-returns/2012/01/19/g AHV html [5] Food pricing data based on average menu item price on GrubHub.

Talkin' Taxes with Uncle Yam

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Wonder what politicians' tax bills really mean? GrubHub breaks down the numbers.



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