Individual income tax returns — including those of public figures — are private information, protected by law from unauthorized disclosure. Indeed, the Internal Revenue Service is barred from releasing any taxpayer information whatsoever, except to authorized agencies and individuals.
EMANUEL: Romney Camp Thinks It’s Better To Be Attacked Than To Release Taxes
ABC’s This Week - July 15th, 2012
“He has released only one year - to the McCain campaign he released 23 years. And hes telling the American people ‘i’m not going to give you what i’ve given John McCain’s people in 2008.’ And when he gave them 23 years, John McCain’s people looked at it and said ‘lets go with Sarah Palin.’ ”
Anything else you need to know?
That is an excellent excellent point. What did John McCain see that told him Romney wasn’t right for the job?
From: Sen.Fitzgerald Sent: Monday, March 14, 2011 3:52 PM To: *Legislative Senate Republicans Subject: Senate Democrat voting privileges in standing committees
With the return of the Senate Democrats this weekend, questions have arisen regarding Democrat members’ participation in Senate standing committee public hearings and executive sessions.
Please note that all 14 Democrat senators are still in contempt of the Senate. Therefore, when taking roll call votes on amendments and bills during executive sessions, Senate Democrats’ votes will not be reflected in the Records of Committee Proceedings or the Senate Journal. They are free to attend hearings, listen to testimony, debate legislation, introduce amendments, and cast votes to signal their support/opposition, but those votes will not count, and will not be recorded.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact my office.
Scott Fitzgerald Senate Majority Leader 13th Senate District
Oh. Well then. That’s…
I’m sorry, ‘m actually kind of speechless.