Mitt Romney paid less then 14% on over 60 million in reported taxable income, and is estimated to have a family net worth more than four times that amount.
This week Congress takes up what has been called the "Buffet Rule" which would tax the less than 22,000 Americans who make more than one million dollars a year in income at a 30% rate to help make up for the deficit and continue programs needed by the middle class and poor.
Romney is against the bill.
Obama is for it.
No one expects action during this Congress, as it is expected to drag well into the new congress which forms in January 2013 following the elections in November.