No, full tax returns, health, and other personal records should not be under public scrutiny, but there should be some system in place that shows proof of annual tax filings being made, no health issues that could affect their time in office, and criminal convictions should be provided. Our politicians should be held to a higher standard; we want reps that follow the law, are well enough to serve, and transparent about their pasts.
No, tax returns have nothing to do with their ability to perform their duties and it is non of our business. I would respect them more if they did but they shouldn't be required to and if they release their medical records also I would respect them even more.
To a bipartisan committee made up of citizens and officials where bipartisanship is strictly adhered to and evenly distributed, yes. There should be accountability. However, there's no reason for the media or general public to be brought into that discussion unless a certain number of predetermined (again by a bipartisan group) red flags go up in a way that shows a person might need an additional layer of accountability.
No, I would respect them more if they did but they shouldn't be required to tax return have nothing to do with their ability to perform their duties and it is none of our business but I would respect them more if they release their tax returns even more if they release their medical records also
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