On the heels of a Washington Post report that Mitt Romney is using a federal loophole to avoid disclosing some investment holdings, President Obama kicked things off:
Democrats followed in predictable fashion:
Dating back to 1968, when George Romney started the tradition, presidential candidates have released their tax returns. #WhatsRomneyHidingâ€” Lis Smith (@Lis_Smith) April 6, 2012
Romney dumped $1.5M in investments in China.What assets doesn’t he want to dump?#WhatsRomneyHidingâ€” Ben LaBolt (@BenLaBolt) April 5, 2012
Conservatives initially countered with a #WhatsObamaHiding hashtag…
That his philosophical views are essentially still those of a 1980s grad student #WhatsObamaHidingâ€” Rick Wilson (@TheRickWilson) April 6, 2012
But they quickly figured out it was more fun to just make fun of the original hashtag:
#whatsromneyhiding the only legitimate photos of Bigfootâ€” ScrollnKey (@ScrollnKey) April 6, 2012
The sleeves to all of Rick Santorum’s sweaters. #WhatsRomneyHidingâ€” Drew Cline (@DrewHampshire) April 6, 2012
Then things got a little racist…
#WhatsRomneyHiding Attractive liberal women?â€” Robert Anthony (@RobertA99554088) April 6, 2012
But, as usual, it ended with conservatives declaring victory and gloating:
So, who won this round?
- The controversial HB2 "bathroom law" in North Carolina was partially repealed, but LGBT activists say the repeal legislation still allows discrimination.
- Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner was spotted meeting with top senators on criminal justice reform.
- Trump's first meeting with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping will take place at the president's Mar-A-Lago resort in Florida April 6 and 7.
- The trailer for the new film version of Stephen King's "It" has dropped and the general consensus is that it will make you defecate your pants 🤡