Willard is starting to feel the heat. The 950 pages of documents released on Gawker concerning Mittens' byzantine financial dealings were at first dismissed as "routine", but on second examination, maybe not so routine after all. Consider this:
Romney used a tax avoidance strategy that some lawyers call illegal. Bain partners avoided more than $200 million in income tax and $20 million in Medicare taxes by converting ordinary income into capital gains. "If challenged in court, Bain would lose," writes U. Colorado law professor Victor Fleischer. "The Bain partners, in my opinion, misreported their income if they reported these converted fees as capital gain instead of ordinary income." Another tax law professor, Gregg D. Polsky, agrees that the strategy is "subject to serious challenge by the IRS."
I want this matter pressed to the MAXIMUM. As I've said before, Romney has the STENCH OF CORRUPTION around him. Don't let him off the hook!