From what I can gather, the right-wing pushback on the explosive Boston Globe story is that Mitt Romney, notwithstanding whatever all those fussy SEC filings say, was as busy as a Mormon missionary in Gomorrah in 1999 and beyond, saving the Olympics; and even if he had wanted to pick up another few million for himself, through his toils at Bain Capital, he couldn't have--because he was busy, busy, busy, utterly preoccupied, absolutely swamped by his singular duties as Savior of The Golden Rings.
I find this an odd defense (not that the right has a better one).
Romney is campaigning to be president of the United States, the world's lone superpower and largest economy. And perhaps someone should tell Mitt's right-wing apologists--those peddling the Olympics alibi--that there would be days when he would have to deal with more than one problem, one issue, one crisis at a time. In fact there would be days when he'd have to deal with three, or four, or forty simultaneous calamities.
Mitt--or the right at large--thinks the Olympics were a headache?
He ain't seen nothin' yet. (And he never will.)