johnfajardohenry wrote:I suspect that Romney is laughing up his sleeve.
Considering recent polls, I don't think Romney is laughing about anything these days.
O.J. wrote:Name an actual date that you think he will release his tax forms, and I'll take you up on the bet, provided that the loser pays it to a charitable venture.
O.J. wrote:So, you've gone from a possible September release to a whopping one week before the election?
johnfajardohenry wrote:No, I still think "September or even October" as I said originally. Nothing has changed. I think he will do it as soon as he sees not releasing them hurting him. Until that happens, if ever, I don't see him doing that.
johnfajardohenry wrote:All the hoorah about Romney's taxes is hilarious. Think of all the (demmie) money, time and effort that is being spent on this.
A Mitt Romney spokesperson offered an unusual counterattack Wednesday to an ad in which a laid-off steelworker blames the presumptive GOP nominee for his family losing health care: If that family had lived in Massachusetts, it would have been covered by the former governor’s universal health care law.
Mitt Romney's refusal to release tax returns in the critical years of his income accumulation has done little to dispel the legitimate concern that arises from hints buried in his scant disclosure to date: Did he augment his wealth through highly aggressive tax stratagems of questionable validity?