YES! – And we will soon learn of Romney’s shady financial deals.
15% (5 votes)
NO! – Releasing all of his tax returns would be far too damaging.
85% (28 votes)
Total votes: 33

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arky12 2 years 6 weeks ago

I voted no only because I doubt he'll release any, unless he does just prior to the election. At the same time, not releasing them gives rise to people's imaginations as to why not when every Presidential candidate in our history has released numerous years including Gw Bush.

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rylarsellers 2 years 6 weeks ago

Just another crook wanting to be President.

nelle's picture
nelle 2 years 6 weeks ago

He can't! If he does he's toast and probably proven to be a bigger liar than we first thought. He's another Nixon.

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Dan Ferguson 2 years 6 weeks ago

Releasing them would damage him more than toughing it out.

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Rboisvert7 2 years 6 weeks ago

Vote for Jill Stein the Green Party's prisidential candidate because Jill supports

the new Green Deal that will help the 99% of us.

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