If there's nothing to see then show me the money. This is Day 1 of C&L's Cindy McCain Tax Return watch. The media howled for Clinton and Obama t
May 9, 2008

If there's nothing to see then show me the money. This is Day 1 of C&L's Cindy McCain Tax Return watch. The media howled for Clinton and Obama to release their information, but McCain's media remains silent on this one.

Media Matters calls on the Washington Post and WSJ to ask about it. Will they listen? Hahahaha

Dear Mr. Hiatt,

On May 4, 2004, The Washington Post printed an editorial headlined "Teresa Heinz Kerry's Taxes." In this editorial, the Post called for Sen. John Kerry and his wife, Teresa Heinz Kerry, to "make her tax returns public" in the interest of transparency. From the beginning of this year to the date of this letter, the Post editorial board has not made the same request for the release of Cindy McCain's tax returns or even noted that Sen. John McCain's campaign has refused to release such documents. The Post's silence on this issue is notable, since Cindy McCain's personal fortune has reportedly played a role in her husband's political career and current campaign for president...read on

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