Romney doesn't bank exclusively in the U.S., nor does he bank exclusively with U.S. Banks.
So what? It's not illegal (or so the anti-Obama crowd says). I agree (assuming he did his offshore banking legally, which for now we'll so stipulate)
I've just reviewed the Constitution. It turns out there's a whole lot of stuff that's also not unconstitutional or illegal and are not disqualifiers to becoming President of the U.S.
You can have dual citizenship for instance!
And, get this, you don't have to live in the U.S.
It turns out, you don't even have to like the U.S. or it's people.
You can have unlimited investments in foreign businesses.
If you control enough of congress (and therefore don't have to worry about impeachment) you can make decisions that directly and immensely profit companies and people who fund your political endeavors.
The question isn't whether it's legal or not. The question is whether it's Presidential. If past is prologue, I'll take the one who has lived their life to benefit America and Americans. The one who has always championed the many, not the few. The one who doesn't think about what's legal when deciding where to put his money or his investments. The one who has never profited by removing assets from America or exploiting Americans.
Hmmm.....who to choose. This is a tough one <wink>