Let us take a step back from Willard Romney's Excellent European Adventure -- I can't wait until he gets to Poland and asks three people to change a lightbulb -- and, now that's he's outside of the country, let's take stock of the campaign he has presented to the Help in his attempt to become CEO of the United States Of Capital Gains, LLC. He has based his campaign on two-and-a-half pillars: 1) his experience at Bain Capital and general economic awesomeness; 2) his stewardship of the 2002 Winter Olympics in the middle of nowhe...er...Salt Lake City, and 3) his brief sojourn as governor of the Commonwealth (God save it!) of Massachusetts. (That's the half-a-pillar, by the way.) Of course, the Help is only allowed a very limited assessment of all two-and-a-half pillars. The Help can't really judge fully his performance at Bain because The Help is not entitled to see any more financial documents than he's already released. The Help can't really judge fully his performance with the Olympics because a whole bunch of documents went into the shredder. And the Help can't really judge fully his time as governor because he and his staff scarfed the hard drives from a whole bunch of computers at the State House in the aftermath of his barely distinguishable leadership. That is his whole campaign theme: Mitt Romney: Take It Or Leave It.
Willard is CORRUPT, and he's hiding a lot of skeletons in that closet. He also shows his CONTEMPT for us in another way:
WHERE ARE YOUR TAX RETURNS, WILLARD? WHY CAN'T WE SEE THEM?!?