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Ann Romney, wife of U.S. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, attends the equestrian dressage individual grand prix special at the London 2012 Olympic Games in Greenwich Park August 7, 2012. Ann Romney's horse Rafalca ridden by Jan Ebeling of the U.S. is competing in this event.         REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (BRITAIN  - Tags: SPORT EQUESTRIANISM SPORT OLYMPICS POLITICS)
Ann Romney is really starting to not like "you people"
Oh, Ann, honey, is the pressure of the campaign trail getting to you too? Feeling a little exhausted, maybe? All that hard work of reporting back to your husband on things ladies care about wearing you down? We know it's certainly been tough on your beloved Willard. Hope you're not starting to become a little unhinged yourself.

Because, um ... what?

"We have been very transparent to what's legally required of us,” she said. “There's going to be no more tax releases given."

Mrs. Romney said if they release any more information, "it will only give them more ammunition."

In regards to their finances,  she said "there's nothing we're hiding."

"It's been managed by a blind trust since before Mitt was governor, you know, 2002 forward,” she told Morales. “And so, you know, I'll be curious to see what's in there too."

So, let's see if we've got this right. Ann says the Romney money is all legal and above board, and they're not hiding anything, except that she knows whatever it is they're not hiding will be ammunition to use against the Romneys, except that she has no idea what's actually in her finances and she's "curious" too. And besides, as she told us before, she and Mitt have "given all you people need to know."

Hmmm, Ann. If you don't know what's in there, how do you know you have nothing to hide?

Originally posted to Kaili Joy Gray on Wed Aug 15, 2012 at 08:38 AM PDT.

Also republished by Daily Kos.

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