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Sunday, September 2, 2012

Podcast: Mitt Romney On His Plan For A Stronger Middle Class

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

So far, Mr. Romney has released his 2010 tax return, minus some important attachments relating to his overseas investments. (He will release his 2011 tax return October 15.)

As his father George Romney said, when he released 12 years of his own taxes during his presidential run, "one year could be a fluke, perhaps done for show."

Mr. Romney is running for President of the United States.
This is a position of Trust.
Ronald Reagan said, "Trust but Verify."
Mr. Romney has said, "Trust me," re his tax returns.
It is not unreasonable for voters to want to "Verify.

What is the single issue on which Mr. Romney has never flip-flopped? He stands doggedly firm on never, under any circumstances, releasing his tax returns.

Why?

It is not just liberals who want to see Romney's tax returns.
It is 63% of American voters who do.

The longer Mr. Romney delays, the more suspicious it appears.

Obama released 8 years of tax returns
GW Bush 10 years
Clinton 12 years
GHW Bush 14 years
George Romney 12 years.

What is there to hide?