Yet another factual error on your part. Romney has NOT handed over 2 years of tax returns. He's handed over an incomplete version of 2010, and he hasn't released his 2011 taxes yet.
Seriously. Can't you spend one minute looking stuff up before writing?
I sincerely apologize for my unfortunate choice of words in not stating exactly what Romney has released as far as his tax records go Cyc. Please forgive my transgressions in not using the exact words that you wish to see in each of my posts. Please realize that I am only human and that therefore I am prone to mistakes of such grave nature. I recognize that your patronizing tones and underhanded insults are only there to make me write in a more perfect manner so as to allow people such as yourself to be able to recognize my points instead of dwelling on the minutiae of my verbiage. I realize that the concepts that I bring to this board are sometimes difficult for some people to understand. I doubt I change though and I only ask, nay, beg, that future transgressions will also be forgiven.
But, when I read in the New York Times
that "That followed an equally emphatic statement on Friday, when Mr. Romney brushed aside calls for him to make public more than the 2010 returns he has released and the 2011 documents that he has said are coming soon. "
also said "So far, Mitt Romney has released his 2010 tax return amid a clamor in the GOP primaries, a summary of his expected 2011 return, and disclosure reports required under the Ethics in Government Act."
I can only assume that when I state similar, it will be good enough
for posting the same on a political forum. Perhaps you have similar disdain for them as well for parsing such falsehoods!
In fairness, I did amend my previous utterly contemptible utterance in the post just above yours.
Right one actual and one estimate for this year.
The Obama campaign has already proven they intend to run a dirty campaign so why provide anything more then required at this point?
Because Obama is going to successfully use his secrecy to beat him about the head and neck, and it's going to be very, very effective. Romney has no effective answer for why he won't release them that doesn't make him look bad. I mean, none whatsoever.
It's not just me saying this, either. The editors of the National Review just called on him to release the tax returns for the last several years. Several prominent Republicans have also called on him to do so. Once your party is fractured on this issue, he's screwed, and that's already happened. You better get ready for him to release them before too long, because he's almost sure to be forced to at this point.
Considering that the RNC has not officially nominated Romney as the Republican Nominee for President, it does not seem like a good idea to play all his cards now. The Obama campaign will run this issue into the ground and the only thing that will result is him no longer being President. I look forward to the next 8 years of a Romney Presidency. It will be good for America to get back on track.