Peter Burr, chairman of the Williamson County Democratic Party, said, "I
had. . . seriously considering putting it in an old computer. . .But by then we
had received recommendations from our attorneys and word from the Secret
Service. So we didn't look at it."Good advice.If the
returns were stolen, one who published them might be held liable for abetting
the theft. Lots of lawsuit potential against publishers.
Mitt's penchant for secrecy, the gift that keeps on giving!
I sincerely hope that the tax returns are not disclosed without Romney's
consent.This has the Possibility (since we dont know what's in
them) of being a game changer as far as the election.I hope that
whoever is responsible is caught and prosecuted vigorously and that the records
never see the light of day, that is, of course, unless Romney makes that
decision, which I wish he would.