Mutt insists that he will only release two years of his personal income taxes.
His campaign staff says it doesn’t give a damn if past presidents disclosed all of their tax returns, they aren’t going to – and screw tradition!
On Friday, Mutt stated that his 2010 and, when complete, his 2011 taxes will be all that he makes public.
He already released a 2011 estimate of taxes when he filed an extension with the Internal Revenue Service.
He told CNN in an interview that the two years are "what we're going to put out…those are the two years that people are going to have."
And there you have it folks. Screw you!
Any man running for president that has something to hide about his tax returns seems shaky to me. And that’s not even talking about the loot Mutt has stashed in the Cayman’s and in Swiss accounts.
Mutt’s the man…for the one percenters!