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It is becoming increasingly clear that whatever would be revealed in Mitt Romney's past tax returns would be more damaging for his campaign, than the stonewalling on the issue is. I'm beginning to wonder if the information contained in the returns wouldn't be catastrophic to Romney's chances; so bad that it effectively ends his campaign.
If not, what in the world is the reasoning for continuing to insist--often inelegantly, hello Mrs. Romney--that we people have seen enough? Willard's dad, George Romney said,
"Release of the document, while it might serve a political purpose, would not prove very much, he argued. One year could be a fluke, perhaps done for show, and what mattered in personal finance was how a man conducted himself over the long haul." [Source]
Obama Campaign Wants Romney To Release 5 Years Of Tax Returns
With the spotlight back on Mitt Romney's tax returns, Obama campaign manager Jim Messina reached out to the Romney campaign on Friday pledging a deal: If Romney releases five more years of tax returns, the Obama campaign will no longer criticize the presumptive GOP presidential nominee for his refusal to disclose more information. . .
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