Mitt Romney's Ethics Problem: Blind Trust Edition

Not only does Mitt Romney have no problem hiding his tax returns from voters, but he also has reasons to hide his tax returns from voters.

A blind trust is not a blind trust when there is direct or indirect control over investment decisions. While Romney has nominally placed his investments in a trust which is managed by someone else, the person he has chosen to manage those investments is his close associate and personal attorney. That is not a blind trust under federal law. It is a trust managed by a close personal friend and advisor...

...This is important because it means Romney can coordinate investment decisions which on their face might be potential conflicts of interests......It is not a blind trust when one decides to make a policy stand but unloads one's investments just ahead of that stand.

Follow the link below for specific examples that will have you wondering just what Mitt Romney is hiding, and whether he can be trusted: