While Americans are still demanding that he release his tax returns, Mitt Romney went on national television to discuss the virtues of buttermilk pancakes.
In a desperate attempt to change the subject, the Romney campaign is now claiming that you don't care about his tax returns.
It took the Romney campaign less than 24 hours to screw up their big VP announcement, and turn the attention back to why Romney won't release his tax returns.
RNC Chairman Reince Priebus couldn't resist throwing more gasoline on to the Romney tax returns fire by calling Harry Reid a dirty liar.
In light of the questions regarding Romney's secrecy regarding his personal finances and his separation from Bain, it is worthwhile to look into why instead of transparency, he is secretive.
Even Republicans don't like the direction Mitt Romney's campaign is going and can't support Romney's arrogance in not releasing his tax returns and information about his offshore accounts.
Bill Clinton showed why he is Mitt Romney's worst nightmare as he told the Today show audience a little story about Bain, investments, and the oddity of not releasing tax returns.
Romney claims he ignorant of his investments, but rest assured, he hasn't dodged any taxes. How do we know this? Because he says so. In other words, his finances are none of our business.