TOLDEO, Ohio - Mitt Romney, who has repeatedly stated that he does not appreciate being called a "Flip Flopper" has just issued a statement regarding President Obama asking that he release his income tax returns for the past five years.
"Old Mittens" staunchly told a crowd assembled at Amerigo Vespucci High School that his tax returns are no one's business since he is not running for political office.
The puzzled crowd heaved a collective "What?"
Romney caught himself and said that he meant to say that he is not running for a political office other than for the office of the United States presidency, which he said is exempt from any questions regarding any past financial investments, business transactions, birthday gifts, or income tax returns.
He added that for example what does anyone care if he made $20 million in 2009, and only paid $73 tax on it. He went on to point out that it just shows that he is the man that we need to be in the White House because he will take our $15 trillion deficit and reduce it by $14 trillion in 6 to 8 weeks, since being a Republican businessman he knows all of the in's and out's of political wheeling and dealing when it comes to money.
President Obama laughed when he heard Mitt "The Twits" remarks and added that there is no way in the civilized world that he can argue with the former governor of Massachusetts on that priceless little gem.
SIDENOTE: Vice-President Joe Biden told Political Salad Bar Magazine that if Mitt Romney refuses to reveal his income tax returns then perhaps he needs to go back to Mexico.