New Jersey Democrats Have A Few Questions for Mitt Romney
April 24, 2012
(Trenton) On Wednesday, Mitt Romney will visit New Jersey to campaign for state Senator Joe Kyrillos at a private fundraiser. Prior to Romney’s visit, Assemblyman John Wisniewski, New Jersey Democratic State Committee Chairman, called upon Romney to answer a few questions for New Jersey voters while he is in the Garden State.
“While Governor Romney is in New Jersey, I have two questions I hope he’ll answer for New Jersey voters:
First: Why won’t Governor Romney share the details of his budget plan with the American public? While he won’t reveal specifics to ordinary voters, reporters overheard him sharing details with a group of wealthy donors at a fundraiser in Palm Beach, Florida--- proving once more that Romney believes the wealthy are entitled to special privileges not afforded the rest of us. He said he would reduce or eliminate the federal deduction for state income taxes as well as property tax deductions. The bottom line is we can only guess what these cuts and others would do to New Jersey families, because Romney has refused to share details with anyone who hasn’t ponied up $50,000 for a private fundraiser.
Second: Why won’t Governor Romney listen to Governor Christie and release more than one year of his tax returns? In 2008, Romney released 23 years of federal tax returns to the McCain campaign when he was being considered as their candidate for the vice presidency… and then the campaign chose someone else. What is he hiding? Do Romney’s returns contain information that made him an unsuitable running mate?”
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