They’re already working as a team. Bushy-tailed new GOP vice-presidential candidate Paul Ryan said Sunday that he’ll be releasing only as many tax returns as presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney—two years’ worth. Most Democrats, and likely some Republicans as well, are likely to find that underwhelming. Ryan declined to divulge how many years of returns he’d made available during the vetting process, though the going-over by Romney’s camp was “very exhaustive,” he said in an interview with 60 Minutes. “It’s a confidential vetting process, so there were several years,” he said.