LANCASTER, Ohio - Romney's Mormon Merriment Presidential Campaign Bus Tour pulled into Lancaster, Ohio, the town that was named after Lancaster, Laos.
He told a crowd of semi-enthusiastic independents that if he is elected president he will keep the promise he made to America's CEOs, presidents, and chairmen of the boards, and issue tax cuts to the wealthiest citizens in the United States.
"Big Bird" Romney, as he is now known in the Blue States was asked by Wyatt St. Yuma with Political Salad Bar Magazine why he would start with the rich instead of with the poor and the middle class who clearly need a tax break more than the nation's millionaires and billionaires do.
The man who fellow GOPer Ron Paul has referred to as Frankenstein's Monster replied by saying that the reason is as obvious as the nose on Barbra Streisand's face.
He took a bite from his spinach on rye sandwich and explained that the rich have been responsible for 99.98 percent of his campaign contributions and donations.
Romney grinned and commented that because of that reason he has a moral, ethical, and financial obligation to pay them back for their wonderful generosity.
SIDENOTE: Romney has stated off-the-record, on several occasions, that when he is elected president he will appoint cabinet members who are worth at least $25 million each.