Chris Hayes Gets WSJ's Moore To Admit Romney Might Need To Release More Of His Tax Returns

This Sunday's Up With Chris Hayes was not quite as annoying as when they brought in Michael Steele for the entire hour to ruin the show, but I'm really not sure what arguing with supply-side economics, Club for Growth, professional liars like
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This Sunday's Up With Chris Hayes was not quite as annoying as when they brought in Michael Steele for the entire hour to ruin the show, but I'm really not sure what arguing with supply-side economics, Club for Growth, professional liars like Stephen Moore brings to the table, especially when a lot of the lies he was spewing went unchallenged.

Note to Chris Hayes. If I want to hear Stephen Moore spout B.S. I can turn on any one of about a dozen shows that he's regularly on week after week, day after day. I watch your show because I don't want to listen to anyone having inane arguments with lying wingnuts.

Hayes did get Moore to admit, begrudgingly, that Romney might end up facing enough public pressure that he's forced to release more of his tax returns in the weeks to come. I am not holding my breath to see that happen any time before the election, but I'm happy to see Republicans having to admit it's a real problem for Romney.

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