Like presidential candidates before him, President Obama has released 12 years of tax returns to the American public. Mitt Romney, however, is bucking the precedent of transparency by refusing to release more than one full year of tax
September 15, 2012

Like presidential candidates before him, President Obama has released 12 years of tax returns to the American public.

Mitt Romney, however, is bucking the precedent of transparency by refusing to release more than one full year of tax returns, even after asking his running mate Paul Ryan for 10 years of tax returns.

This video from the Obama-Biden campaign takes a look at five reasons Romney is refusing to meet his own standard.

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