But on Friday, he was still at it, responding to the afternoon release of Romney’s 2011 tax returns.
Yes, yes - mr. Romney is a generous man. I applaud him and apologize for any accusation he was otherwise. Tho my accusation was in jest..— jason alexander (@IJasonAlexander) September 21, 2012
That said, it is still not equivalent to the request his own party leadership made that he release the standard 10 years of taxes. Just sayn— jason alexander (@IJasonAlexander) September 21, 2012
& 4 the record, I don't personally think he's done anything wrong re taxes. I just don't get his coyness about it since its become an issue.— jason alexander (@IJasonAlexander) September 21, 2012
“For those that have taken offense at my political expression — I am truly sorry,” he wrote on Thursday. “I don't look to offend though sometimes my emotions run high just like everyone else’s. And sometimes my sense of irony or humor doesn't jibe with someone else’s. That's life.”
But Thursday’s epistle also hinted that Alexander’s strong feelings might not let him steer clear of controversial subjects for long.
“I also write about politics because I fear that our system has been so compromised that if we don't start engaging with each other with a focus on constructive change, the system and the country will not survive,” he wrote. “And I do believe strongly that this coming election is a profoundly important one.”