Voice Over: More and more Republicans agree that Mitt Romney has not released more tax returns because he has something to hide.
George Will: The cost of not releasing the returns are clear. Therefore, he must have calculated that there are higher costs in releasing them.
Matthew Dowd: There’s obviously something there, because if there was nothing there he would say have at it.
Rick Tyler: There’s clearly a problem with the tax returns otherwise he would release, you know, ten years of tax returns.
Matthew Dowd: If he had twenty years of great clean everything is fine, it would all be out there.
Voice Over: And more and more Republicans are calling for Mitt Romney to be be straight with the American people and release his tax returns.
Michael Steele: Put out as much information as you can even if you don’t release twelve years worth of tax returns at least three, four, five.
Bill Kristol: Here’s what he should he should release the tax returns tomorrow, it’s crazy you’ve got to release six, eight, ten, years of back tax returns
Wolf Blitzer: should he release the tax returns?
Fmr Gov. Haley Barbour: I would
Gov. Robert Bentley: I was was asked today that question do you think that Governor Romney should release his tax returns and I said I do.
Voice Over: But what did the one republican who had twenty three years of Mitt Romney’s tax returns do in 2008?
John McCain: Governor Sarah Palin of the great State of Alaska.
Voice Over: He chose Sarah Palin
What does John McCain know that the American People don’t?