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this week’s poll

How many years of tax returns would you be willing to make public in a run for the presidency of the United States?

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A decade 40% | 59 votes
One year 16% | 23 votes
None 11% | 17 votes
I would never run for president 30% | 45 votes
I don't know 3% | 4 votes

The campaign for U.S. president has heated up with the weather, in particular on the topic of presumed Republican nominee and former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney’s career at Bain Capital and his tax returns.

Just how much of his privacy should a candidate for president give up, especially if his employment history is involved in private partnerships?

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OrangesPoranges

Who cares about tax documents when people were killed because of Fast and Furious, yet the White House refuses to release that information.

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