Quote of the Day: Mitt Romney Doesn’t Like Being Questioned About His Taxes


From Andrew Sprung, recalling Mitt Romney’s teary reaction to suggestions in 2002 that he had been less than truthful about the tax implications of claiming Utah as his primary residence during his stewardship of the Olympics:

Change your story and status retroactively; stonewall and cry persecution when called out for it. Sound familiar?

Why yes, it does! All the details are at the link.

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