Or Could a Secret Swiss Bank Account Be a Good Thing?
It seems the week-end coordinated Democrat attack on Governor Romney, over Bermuda investments and Swiss bank accounts, was to be led by Congresswoman and DNC Chair, Debbie Wasserman-Shultz. She went right after him attacking—accusing him of possibly having unknown business interests and Swill bank accounts. She demanded an investigation into this Romney secretive style—not open and transparent like President Obama and members of his administration. But she ran into trouble here:
And now the plot thickens.
The Weekly Standard reveals that Wasserman-Schultz had investments in… you guessed it… Swiss banks, through a 401(k) retirement fund. She also had money in a fund that invested in various foreign companies, including “HSBC bank (a British financial institution), Hengdeli Holdings (a Hong Kong watch company), Novo Nordisk (a Danish drug company), Volkswagen (a German auto company), Rakuten (a Japanese shipping business), Richemont Cie Financiere (a Swiss luxury goods company), and many others.” (John Hayward reporting at Human Events)
More evidence that it’s hard to run successfully when you can’t bring up your record of failure, division, deceit and destruction.