By CNN's Jack Cafferty:
Some Republicans and Democrats have finally found a topic they can agree on: Mitt Romney's tax returns.
Romney is coming under fire from both sides of the aisle for releasing only two years of his tax returns.
President Obama and the Democrats are trying to turn it into a major campaign issue, suggesting there's something in those returns that Romney - who's worth more than $200 million - doesn't want Americans to see.
And it's not just Democrats. Alabama's Republican Governor Robert Bentley, conservative columnist Bill Bristol and former George W. Bush aide Matthew Dowd all say Romney should release additional returns.
Some Republicans think the sooner Romney makes this stuff public, the sooner the issue will go away.
President Obama has released 12 years worth of tax returns - they're all posted on his campaign website. And Mitt romney's father - George Romney - also released 12 years of tax returns when he ran for president in 1968.
For his part Romney is standing his ground. He told the F-word network today that his rivals want to "make a mountain" out of the issue. Romney said he will release only two years of tax returns which is what John McCain did in 2008.
If the IRS is OK with Mitt Romney's tax returns and no laws have been broken, one could make the argument that it's nobody's business.
Romney says all of this is a distraction from the real issues of the campaign.
And that's the whole problem for Romney. The more the focus stays on tax returns, Romney's wealth, his offshore investments, etc. the less people are focused on the economy.
And the economy is an issue where President Obama is vulnerable.
Here’s my question to you: Does the public have the right to look at a candidate's tax returns?
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