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political November 18th, 2019 9:53pm

Would you like to release your personal tax return to the public?

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ladyniner81 no hope for humanity
11/19/19 5:43 pm

No. Unfortunately I'm being audited. For the last 20 years 😁

ladyniner81 no hope for humanity
11/19/19 5:46 pm

Seriously, those idiots sent me two notices twice this year. Without envelopes. You'd think with all the taxes they suck out of people they could provide envelopes. Cheap ass people ðŸ˜Ą

bubba2526 New Jersey
11/18/19 10:37 pm

I have nothing to hide or loose by people knowing my financial situation and I haven’t committed any crimes so fuck it i don’t care who sees it

11/18/19 9:26 pm

I would not be afraid or ashamed to have my taxes released to the public. I think those who say it’s nobody’s business or say no that they’re hiding something or they’re ashamed. There are many people that get paid under the table and try to hide their income. Maybe If all IRS tax information were public record we will know who’s paying their fair share. Someone living in $1 million home and says they have no income or is not paying any fed income tax I would want that person Investigated.

cpaswr just say the letters
11/18/19 7:49 pm

Would I like to? No.

But, if I was in a position where I was required to release my returns or a politician, I would.

Squidboy Snarkapottamus
11/18/19 7:48 pm

The day that I announce my candidacy for public office my last 10 years will be viewable to the public. My constituents need to know who pays me. As a private citizen-no reason. Also-as a sailor that worked w nuclear weapons-all my finances & taxes were subject to review by the DOD to ensure I was not compromised. POTUS should be held to the same standard.

cpaswr just say the letters
11/18/19 7:50 pm

Why are promoting such a radical idea???


Squidboy Snarkapottamus
11/18/19 8:28 pm

Anything funded by taxpayers needs 100% transparency.

MadCow True GOP
11/18/19 7:23 pm

Sure. Why not?

Liberty 4,032,064
11/18/19 7:23 pm

Of course not. That’s no one else’s business.

Carolynn new jersey
11/18/19 6:20 pm

If I were running for President, I would release my tax returns. It’s a part of being transparent and building trust with the citizens. Would I like it? I wouldn’t, but I also wouldn’t like to be president. Or famous for that matter.

Sentinel Ya ie wa noh
11/18/19 6:05 pm

No.....however, the issue I have with this tax buisness is as follows, the tax records being subpoenaed are for a total of 8 years, Pres. Trump has only been the POTUS for a little over "3 years".....sorry, Not sorry!.....

johonmilla Monroe, nc
11/18/19 5:37 pm

If I was running for office, then definitely on day one

mtdewbob Arizona
11/18/19 5:14 pm

It’s no one else’s business but mine

timeout Boston Strong
11/18/19 4:29 pm

I would not but I believe every candidate running for president should and everyone has since 1980 except one...

There is no requirement that presidential candidates release their tax returns but candidates are legally free to do so even when under audit. ... In May 2016, Trump said that he did not plan to release his tax returns before the November 2016 election; the tax returns were not released.

The House ways and means committee and the office of the New York County District Attorney have both subpoenaed them since that time and now he is claiming executive privilege. We’ll see.

shygal47 Florida east coast
11/18/19 4:19 pm

No - but I’m not running for President .

EarlyBird Portland
11/18/19 4:11 pm

Of course not.

Laserbeam Crazy bird lady
11/18/19 3:45 pm

Sure. I have nothing to hide on it. Just your average return.

bringstheeagle Colorado
11/18/19 3:43 pm

I would but I’m being audited. Perhaps after that.

11/18/19 9:23 pm


Odysseus We All Need A Fantasy
11/18/19 3:27 pm

Not unless I was running for President.
If I decided to run for President, I’d feel obligated to release my tax returns and would do so willingly.

rons WOKE is sick
11/18/19 3:20 pm

No bodies business. At my job I was never interested in my co-workers salaries.

orgblu10 Shamerica
11/18/19 3:19 pm

There's nothing particularly eye-popping in it, but I still wouldn't do it. And neither should Trump.

credo Positive Rights Exist
11/18/19 3:13 pm

No, but if I were running for office I would be willing to.

Nemacyst No Lives Matter
11/18/19 3:18 pm

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political Georgia
11/18/19 3:22 pm

I don’t see how running for office would affect your answer.

omniku dot com
11/18/19 8:32 pm

Because if you’re going to hold a position of power you need to prove you aren’t doing some shady filing, that won’t be compromised by excessive debt, etc. It’s not only for transparency; it’s a matter of national security.


Nemacyst No Lives Matter
11/19/19 4:15 am

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