Gene Simmons: Romney Smart Enough to Avoid Tax Burden
You won't see KISS rocker Gene Simmons anchoring any cable news program, but the ageless bass player is eager to discuss the current GOP field.
Count Simmons in the Mitt Romney camp, and his reasons for choosing the former governor over Newt Gingrich come down to a pragmatic view of modern women. Simply put, they won't stand for a first lady who came in third.
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Mitt Romney's got a chance ... and he's got the experience. He's run successful companies, knows how to make money and knows how to be taxed at 15 percent instead of 48 percent if he lived in Beverly Hills the way I get taxed," he says. "If you invest you should be taxed at 13-15 percent because if you invest you could also lose everything, so it's all fair.
Simmons is more cynical regarding former Speaker Newt Gingrich's hopes of beating President Barack Obama in the fall, and it's not because Gingrich isn't qualified to become Commander in Chief.
Fifty percent of the population are women, and they're not gonna put up with a First Lady as the other women, the mistress ... I really don't give a shit. I just want to know if you can do the job. I don't care what you do with your schmekel or who's in bed with you.