With the recession, many have lost not just their jobs, but their homes. Some end up on the streets, some sleeping on friends' couches and some live with family. All of these are considered homeless.
Such is it with poor Mitt Romney. He and his wife sold their home in Belmont in June 2009, yet according to his voting record, in Jan. 2010, he stated that he and his poor ill wife, Ann, were living in their son's basement when he voted in the Massachusetts's elections for Scott Brown. This must have been quite a let down for the Romneys, not only because they had to move in with their kids, but because according to building records, the basement they supposedly lived in was unfinished.
Sound incredible, that multi-millionaires would have to hunker down in their son's basement? We thought so to, especially since the Romneys own homes in both La Jolla, California and Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire.
But that's what Mitt wants the Massachusetts Secretary of State to believe, even though neighbors, their realtor and even Ann Romney herself admitted they were living in California. Because if they weren't living in Tagg's basement, then the GOP candidate for president committed voter fraud by voting in a state where they do not have a primary residence.
Given his habit of flip-flopping on issues, currying favor of unsavory characters like Rush "Have my maid buy my oxycotin" Limbaugh and Ted "Had sex with my underage foster child" Nugent, bragging about loving to fire people, and strapping his dog to the top of his car and thinking the fecal material was the sign puppy was happy, maybe Tagg should keep the basement swept. Mom and Dad may need to stay their again soon.