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Democratic House Minority Speaker Nancy Pelosi say GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney should release his tax returns. ...
Meanwhile, Republican Speaker of the House Rep. John Boehner says the issue is a distraction. (July 19)
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[VOICE-OVER](Rep. John Boeher, (R) Speaker of the House)"I've never released my tax returns. That's my private business, just like it's your own private business//It's a side show. That's all it is. The American people are asking the question,'Where are the jobs?' They're not asking, 'Where are the tax returns?' And it's a side show created because the president can't talk about his record. He can't go out and run on his record so he's got to create these side shows to try to distract the American people from the real issue that they're concerned about."(Rep. Nancy Pelosi, (D), House Minority Speaker)"If you want to be president of the United States, should you have to live up to the standard that is there for your cabinet. Your cabinet nominee is put forth. He or she must put forth their tax returns.//What is it that the public wants to see? What is it that members of Congress and their constituents want to see from them. The disclosure that we have is full and complete. Members will take it up with their own constitutents. But, in terms of tax returns, maybe they should all be made public. Maybe it should be a public function. What do you think of that, for everybody? For everybody who writes about it? For everybody who hires people who write about it. The corporate ownership of the media, What are they doing as far as their tax returns? You know, but really lets not be silly. A person is running for president of the United States. His party is calling on him to release his returns. It's up to him to take the consequences of not doing it. Or doing it. But, not to deflect it to say if doesn't, if he has to do it then why doesn't everybody else have to; because everybody else is not running for president of the United States and that's the last thing I'm going to say about it."[SIGOUT/REPORTER, LOCATION, ASSOCIATED PRESS](****END****) VIDEO SOURCE: PoolVIDEO RESTRICTIONS: None----------------------------------