That would be fine by me. However , that does nothing to make this current issue go away nor should it.First, if it is true that a candidate's tax returns are "a matter of national importance," then, by all means, make that a law...for every single person running for national office. Maybe that's one way we can broom-clean Congress. Ha!
Who is accusing Mitt Romney of tax fraud? Certainly not I. I simply want to see if he puts America and its people first like a true patriot should.Second, people with Romney's kind of wealth don't generally cheat on taxes. They know the consequences. Their taxes are prepared by professionals whose licenses and professional reputations are on the line.
I rather doubt that Mittens was without any influence over the issue of taxation during his lifetime. But lets pretend you are correct just the same: so what? I simply want to see if he placed America and its people first or was his priority in some other area?Third, all the left wants to be able to do is berate Romney for our tax code. He didn't vote for it. He had nothing to do with its implementation. It's not his "fault" if he didn't pay enough taxes to suit the American people.
Nothing that could appear on his college transcript changes what he has done in his first four years as President or what Romney would do in his first four years as President. For me, those are the issues that count. Just as you suspect what the left wants - allow me to suspect why the right beats this issue to death: they want to use it as a club against affirmative action.Obama's college transcripts. Why is there such a big deal about those? Well, I don't know. Ask him. But I suspect it would show one or both of the following: that he lied on his college application; that the courses he took in college have little to do with democracy as we know it and everything to do with socialism.
Obama has released his tax info - Romney should release his also.Now. Which do you think the American people have a right to know??