But, arguably, the only way to get Romney to reverse himself on his secrecy is for him to pay a steep political price. His cover-ups also invite the kind of sourced allegations that Sen. Reid made last week or the Obama campaign's earlier citation of the Bain documents contradicting Romney's personal assertions about his lack of control.
Yet, that pressure is then negated when the likes of Glenn Kessler and the Washington Post's editors go on the attack against the people raising the questions and act in defense of Romney, the person who is running the cover-up.
The end result of such misguided outrage is that the American people may elect, in Mitt Romney, a mystery man as President.
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