Here's one theory. Perhaps more plausible than it might seem at first.
A theory with serious political legs -- especially if it happens to prove true.
by Brad Friedman, bradblog.com -- 7/6/2012
While Romney owned houses in both CA (purchased in May of 2008 for $12.5m) and NH (April of 2009 for $3.5m) at the time, it wouldn't be until July of 2010 -- a full six months after the Special Election to replace the late Sen. Ted Kennedy -- that the state's former Governor would once again own a house there, after purchasing an $895,000 townhouse in Belmont.
The state's requirements for residency for the purposes of voting are quite clear in MA. Ones residence must be "where a person dwells and which is the center of his domestic, social, and civil life," according to state law. Yet, the evidence demonstrating that Romney ran afoul of those requirements in order to vote in that election are similarly clear, at least as fairly meticulously compiled by a former Republican Presidential candidate last year.
Romney's 2010 state tax return, which he still refuses to release, even though he finally released his federal return from that same year, likely shows that he did not pay state income tax in MA, but rather declared himself to be a NH resident for its more friendly tax purposes.
Such a declaration, if revealed via his 2010 state tax return, would underscore the apparent fact that Mitt Romney himself is actually a voter fraud felon.
Gee ... I wonder if they asked for Mitt's Photo ID when he voted from his abode, in his son's basement?
How about when he open those Swiss Accounts? Were Photo IDs required then Mitt? How about your home address Mitt -- bet you used the Mansion in NH, eh?
Americans are tired of GOP-hypocrites!
We are waiting for Romney to release his Tax forms and set all doubt him to rest. We got time Mitt.
"Just trust him" -- Yeah Right!
Like those thousands of workers who trusted Bain Capital -- what a mistake that too often turned out to be.
America does not want to be fooled again. By another faux Job Creator, who just wants to be chief CEO of the Privatization of America.
Mitt's trust may be blind (how would we know?) -- but we the people aren't!