What will get the fiery breath of Fred Hiatt off of Mitt Romney's back? Twelve years, like George Romney offered? Don't be ridiculous.
He does not need to go as far as his father, who made public 12 years of tax returns when he was running for president in 1968....How far does he have to go?
...but more than two years would be informative. The last Republican presidential nominee, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), made public only two years of his tax returns before the election; others have provided many more.So it would seem three would be nice, but release two years like John McCain and Hiatt will call it a day.