This is a man who ran on transparency and has been anything but; and in the face of that is demanding more than the normal set of tax records from others purely for partisan gains and fodder for his increasingly negative ad campaign. Not to mention all that stuff about changing the politics of Washington and doing things differently, and all of that other hokum we were fed in 2008. The hypocrisy for those of us who are not died-in-the-wool Obama sycophants, is plainly astonishing.
Romney's positioned himself well to counterattack, but he now needs to pull the trigger, by demanding the release of details on health care negotiations, Fast and Furious, and of course visitor logs. There may not be anything criminal or even unpalatable in any of these documents, but that doesn't matter; in the great tradition of Democrat political warfare, Romney need only keep asking for the release, the lack of which would prove to be Obama's burden to shoulder. After all, I suspect most voters care less about what Romney legally did with his money, than what Obama may have done with the voters' money, and to ill effect, as our current economic situation proves.
The only question is, does the Romney campaign have the cojones to do it?