There is only one successful candidate for POTUS that I remember overcoming the memes attached to him by the opposition in his previous run for the office - Nixon.
No. History shows that it'd be unwise.
He lost to the guy who lost in '08.
He lost in '12.
It's typical for presidential candidates to release 10 or 11 years of returns, Clinton says | PolitiFact
...our fact-check here is intended to gauge what’s "typical" for presidential candidates. As our tally above indicates, though, there's a lot of variation in how many tax returns candidates released. Mathematically speaking, our tally shows the median number of tax returns released to be seven and a half. But individual candidates released anywhere from 30 to one.
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Women (Nasty or otherwise) are going to be the reason that Donald Trump is NEVER President!
I think it's a terrible idea. Again, I have to say, is that the BEST candidate they can come up with? He just seems so "polished" and so "politician like." I can't trust him. I feel the same way about Obama. I swear these people are birthed and bred to become politicians.
"I think the best way of doing good to the poor, is not making them easy in poverty, but leading or driving them out of it." --Benjamin Franklin 1776
Why Mitt Romney isn’t releasing his tax returns, part 563 - The Washington PostIn an interview set to air on NBC's "Rock Center" tonight, Ann Romney reiterated the now-familar position of she and her husband when it comes to putting any more than their 2010 and 2011 returns out: No way, no how.
“We have been very transparent to what’s legally required of us,” Ann Romney told NBC's Natalie Morales. “There’s going to be no more tax releases given.”
Ann Romney's insistence that she and her husband have done everything "legally" required of them in regards paying their taxes has been a regular refrain from the Romney family, -- a refrain that seems to miss the point that the debate over their tax returns isn't playing out in a court of law, it's playing out in a political campaign. And the rules of engagement and the burden of proof in political fights are far different than in legal brouhahas