GOP Turns on Mitt

This is the kind of stuff you expect to hear from Dems about Mitt’s not releasing more tax returns, but it’s coming from his own team.

Columnist and pundit George Will:  “The costs of not releasing the returns are clear.  Therefore, he must have calculated that there are higher costs in releasing them.”

GOP strategist Matthew Dowd:  “There’s obviously something there, because if there was nothing there, he would say, ‘Have at it.’  So there’s obviously something there that compromises what he said in the past about something.”

One comment on “GOP Turns on Mitt

  1. This is the beginning of a fast end for Romney.
    All the clowns dropped out one by one, Santorum holding on longer than one would expect, but all that was ages ago.
    Now we have Willard in a sense refusing to testify. He’s taking the 5th. Well, you can do that as a criminal defendant which he may become if indicted for perjury to the SEC, but short of a criminal defendant’s right to take the 5th, he must “show us the money”.

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