Mitt Romney is facing a rising tidal wave of pressure to make public more tax returns — and that’s from his supporters.
list of prominent Republicans and conservatives urging Romney to put
out more than the two years of tax returns he has promised is continuing
to grow each day. If he simply hands over, say, five to 10 years of
returns, they argue, Romney can end the controversy and focus his
campaign on the nation’s economic woes to defeat President Barack Obama.
Over the last few days, a number of prominent Republicans and conservatives – including Haley Barbour,
George Will and Bill Kristol – have called on Romney to quickly release
years worth of his returns, and more stepped forward with the same