I don't think so.
I think, for what it's worth, his timing was perfect and his intent was clear. He allowed the crazy libtards to rant endlessly about his tax returns, and the longer they ranted, the more ridiculous the claims became.
After Romney made his statement about the disastrous happenings in Libya, culminating in the death of Ambassador Chris Stevens, the comments on places like Huff & Puff, would always veer back to, "Yeah, well sorry about Chris, but where are the tax returns?" It was a mantra that bordered on pathological.
By allowing his detractors to work themselves into a frenzy and conjure up every conceivable reason for not releasing them, Romney effectively silences the one and only thing they can complain about.
Of course, as I made clear in my last post, that doesn't stop them. However, it has rendered their ravings recognizable as the lunacy they represent. Now they're ticked off that he gave millions to charity and actually, in some years, overpaid his taxes.
Wild Bill examines the concept that libtards think Jesus is a liberal. Really? Romney gave away millions of dollars to charity. That's a conservative principle. Taking money by force to give to others is theft. Jesus didn't condone theft. It's as simple as that.