Eliot Spitzer Thought Romney Was "Inconsistent" For Demanding Others' Tax Returns But Not Releasing His
The former New York governor discussed Mitt Romney's unreleased tax returns on his Current TV show Viewpoint. Spitzer said Romney, as a businessman and presidential candidate, was inconsistent for demanding others' tax returns while refusing to release his own. Spitzer, who in a previous show called for Romney to release his tax returns, has chosen to not release his own records in his race for comptroller.
Barack Obama: "I've actually done my own taxes. I don't know about some of these other folks"
The president hit "some of these other folks," in his speech today saying he's done his own taxes. A reason the President gave for why he wants to simply the tax code The President's tax returns back until 2002, however, show they were done by a preparer.
10 Years Of Marco Rubio's Tax Returns
The Senator from Florida and possible vice president pick released his tax returns from 2000-2009 during his 2010 run for the Senate, but they're no longer available on his campaign website. News organizations noted in 2010 that his wealth increased along with his power during his time in the Florida House of Representatives. Rubio joins Senator Scott Brown among Romney allies who have released many more years of tax returns than the nominee.