More to the point, releasing multiple year's tax returns has become a nonbinding requirement for any presidential candidate since Mitt Romney's father himself released 12 years' worth of returns in advance of running for president in 1968. Robin Roberts was a HORRIBLE interviewer; she didn't ask any pressing questions. The cognitive dissonance of Mitt Romney refusing to release his tax returns because he is wealthy and his tax returns are "complex," when that is exactly the point of full disclosure for ANY presidential candidate, is ASTOUNDING in its ARROGANCE and insular sense of entitlement. Fears of "attacks" are only valid if Romney has something to hide; the unmitigated ARROGANCE and condescension of THESE PEOPLE to the longstanding practice of full disclosure of a candidate's medical and financial records, as if the public is incapable of making a fair judgment, is amazing. Their excuse is, the rules don't apply to them, because ... they're FILTHY RICH!
Finally, when those obnoxious rich Romney kids say they've had their trials, citing the Romney Queen's Multiple Sclerosis, we'd like to know what she has to say to the THOUSANDS of Americans diagnosed with this debilitating illness WHO DO NOT HAVE HEALTH INSURANCE? "Good luck (I've got the best medical care, including dressage horse therapy, money can buy)," is Queen Ann's sentiment, after her husband repeals the Romneycare MIRROR IMAGE — Obamacare?!