Must be a blessing to be able to write off $77,000 dollars on your taxes for care and feeding of your $150,000 Thoroughbred Dressage Horse.
As millions tune in to the Olympics in prime time this summer, just before Mr. Romney will be reintroducing himself to the nation at the Republican convention, viewers are likely to see “up close and personal” segments on NBC about the Romneys and dressage, a sport of six-figure horses and $1,000 saddles. The Romneys declared a loss of $77,000 on their 2010 tax returns for the share in the care and feeding of Rafalca, which Mrs. Romney owns with Mr. Ebeling’s wife, Amy, and a family friend, Beth Meyers.
Please tell me to my face that you totally believe that Willard Romney and his wife are simple, regular ol' folk - just like you and me - and that they are totally committed to looking out for you and your family's best interests. Please do so as it will be my justification to then tell you to your face that you are a delusional twit.