Mitt Romney's and President Barack Obama's tax returns are a silly diversion. Since neither are in jail, I imagine that the returns are on the up and up and legal as well.
If we don't like what a candidate paid then blame our ridiculous tax code. Don't like it? Then change it. I notice that neither candidate is talking about that. Both candidates are guilty of being either a good businessman or a good attorney and politician. Both are respected professions.
So, dear intelligent voter, forget the distractions of tax returns and what each politician's wife's wardrobe is. This is not a popularity contest. This is the very serious business of choosing the best candidate.
Our next president should be selected based on his past record of success in his mission and what he plans to do for the future of our country and how he will achieve it. Attempts to divert attention away from these three simple platforms of facts is simply a diversion and an insult to voter intellect.
We should simply demand the candidates stick to these three categories. This is an election for the very best man based upon his record and his plans. Simple. Vote accordingly.