Will Mitt Romney release more tax return details?
Settled on 11/06/2012 09:25 by kruijs
settled question on option 'Not before election'.
Determined not to let a recent slate of attacks on Mitt Romney’s financial and job history slide quietly into the weekend, Democrats stepped up their attacks on Friday, again criticizing Romney for his failure to release his tax returns. Releasing the returns, Democrats say, would help evaluate the legitimacy of a Boston Globe story published Thursday that said Romney remained involved in managing Bain Capital after he left in 1999, a tidbit reporters got from SEC documents showing him as chairman in 2002.
“I am a little surprised that he only released a year’s worth of tax returns,” former President Bill Clinton said. “That’s kind of perplexed me. Because this is the first time in more than 30 years that anybody running for president has only done that.” Typically, candidates released 10 or 11 years of returns, Clinton added. He also said he thought the Obama campaign’s attacks on Romney’s overseas investment were a legitimate issue for voters to consider in the election.
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