I heard Mitt Romney refer to his family as his fine wife Ann, his five fine sons, his five fine daughters-in-law, and his 18 fine grandchildren. Never once has he mentioned any siblings, cousins, uncles, aunts, nephews, or nieces.
I’ve asked several newspaper reporters and prominent Republicans if Romney has any siblings and each one has said “I don’t know.”
I’ve found this out. Mitt is the youngest of four children. He has two sisters and one brother who is a lawyer. Are they millionaires like himself? Is there something about them that he doesn’t want the voting public to know about?
Romney is 65-years-old, which means that he turned 18 in 1965. There was a draft going on at that time for the Vietnam War. How did Romney avoid the draft? During the Republican candidates debate Ron Paul called Romney a “chickenhawk.” Does Ron Paul know something that we don’t know?
Why hasn’t at least one of Romney’s sons volunteered to serve in the military during our wars in Iraq or Afghanistan? Are they too important? Look at the British royal family. Prince William and Prince Harry, numbers two and three to the throne are both in the British military. Prince Harry is serving a second tour of duty in Afghanistan where there is a price on his head. I have great respect for these two men.
Mitt, “I’ll show you mine if you show me yours.” I’m talking about our federal tax returns for the past six years. Romney has released only the past two years of returns and refused to release anymore. His wife Ann says that’s because the returns would be used against him.
Does he have his monies, some say 250-300 million dollars, parked in a Swiss bank account or in the Cayman Islands?
Is he using Ann’s dancing horse as a tax deduction?