Dear Candidate Mitt Romney,

We still need some information from you – Your Tax Returns

We received your application for the vacant tax payer  funded federal Government opportunity – Office of the President. Thanks for your interest in this position.However, we still need  more information from you before we review your request.

Nothing personal, ” we are urging you to follow  our protocol of transparency set by past candidates and releases your tax returns. Employers (Voters) deserve to know your financial history.”

Please release or send us all of your information below as soon as possible. Don’t risk being dropped from this one life opportunity. We are happy that you are applying for the first job in this country. However, part of the interview process, is to submit to us all the documentation required.

There are rules and regulations to this vacancy  called “Vetting” as requirements for all the candidates. Since I am one of the panelists interviewing you, I noticed your application is incomplete. You didn’t send all the information required to approve your application.

As a matter of urgency for your pending application, Please send all your tax returns for the past 10 years by October 15,2012, to unable us make a right decision whether you qualify for this job or not. We will appreciate your response by October 15 2012.

Please let us know if you are having problems obtaining your tax copies from IRS, so that we can help you with option B. Fill in IRS Form 4506T-EZ ( Request for Transcript of Tax Return) – sign and date this form. You can choose to send it direct to IRS, or send it to us so that we can ask it for you.

NOTE: Please do not send us your original Tax returns. Send copies or post them on-line in PDF format so that we can download them and make them available to our panelists for your second interview. You have 2 more interviews to go.

Again, we appreciate your interest in the federal government job, but as per protocol, we are urging you to follow the same rule as precedent of transparency set by past candidates and release your tax returns.

By that we mean, all candidates should have no secrets about their financials, paying  fair share of taxes, and investing here in America.

Sincerely,

Tax Payer

Your Prospective Employer