I'm pretty damned cynical these days, thanks to the actions of so many of our "Democratic" "leaders", especially Obama, Mark Udall, and Michael Bennet, but even I don't think most independents, and even many Repubicans, will fall for the extreme amount of B.S. being passed off by partisan Mitt supporters in his defense.
Here's the Obama campaign's latest ad that urges Mitt to answer some very simple questions:
And here are some of the many outstanding questions that have been raised about how the Republican candidate for President has manipulated tax laws in a way that very few Coloradans can:
The history of Romney's Swiss bank account, which he failed to properly disclose on his personal financial disclosure reports and was revealed only by the single full year of tax returns Romney has disclosed so far.
How and when the Bermuda corporation Romney has owned for nearly 15 years - but had transferred to a blind trust in his wife's name the day before he was sworn in as Governor - ended up back in his full ownership of outside of the trust, as reported on his 2010 tax return.
The details he recently promised ABC News (a promise on which he then reneged) about whether he ever paid a lower income-tax rate than the 13.9 percent he paid in 2010, far lower than what many Americans pay.
Details of Romney's personal interests in at least 12 Bain Capital holdings in the Cayman Islands, worth as much as $30 million.
How Mitt Romney's IRA grew to become worth as much as $100 million despite an annual contribution limit of $30,000.
To what extent was Romney personally involved in the tax trickery that Italian taxpayers are still paying a price for.
To what extent Romney gained financially by turning a blind eye to the largest tax avoidance scheme in history when he led Marriott's audit committee.
Maybe Colorado Republicans were correct when they voted for Rick Santorum to be their nominee. He was alsmost as dumb as Mitt, but doesn't have nearly the taxing questions that Romney has about his qualifications to be president.