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A letter from Jim Messina to Matt Rhoades

A letter from Jim Messina to Matt Rhoades

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Published by Barack Obama
Obama for America Campaign Manager Jim Messina's proposal to the Romney campaign regarding the governor's tax returns.
Obama for America Campaign Manager Jim Messina's proposal to the Romney campaign regarding the governor's tax returns.

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Published by: Barack Obama on Aug 18, 2012
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Kirk Krekeler added this note
He'll never release them. It's easier to deal with the criticism for NOT showing them than it would be for showing them. It's obvious to everyone that there is something to hide in those tax returns. His strategy is probably the best one for him: Keep saying he turned over two years and hope everyone forgets about it at election time. It might work, which is scary.
Alberto Kang added this note
I agree, Mitt wants us to vote for him because he is such a good "Business" man but then will not release his Tax Returns so that we can see just how well of a Businessman he is.
Nathalie Woodruff added this note
Obama's school records are public information. I believe these issues have been covered very adequately by the media for some time now. ...like starting before the last election. Since when were candidates required to submit their travel records while in school and how he paid for his education? Or does this just apply to black candidates.
Irma Olson added this note
Personally, I think that all running for offices should show things that would make our decisions easier. But they don't want us to make an intelligent decision. So we have to pray we are making the right decision. It's hard to stay within a certain party any more.
Carol Evans added this note
The practice of Presidential candidates submitting several years of taxes has been the norm since approximately 1970 .(FECA) Why Mr. Romney is so opposed to doing what is not out of the ordinary is beyond me. Perhaps there needs to be a law enacted to set the number of years that should be given so this controversy will not crop up again.
Virginia Haunz Phillips added this note
I see no reason for him to release any more when there is so much information Obama isn't providing. What is Obama hiding that he won't release such basic information as his college records? Transparent presidency? I don't think so!
Toni Whitney added this note
I am always suspicious of people who are running for public office who expect me to trust but not verify. Romney pulled this same stunt when he ran for Governor and unfortunately his lame excuse that he would release his taxes when Ted Kennedy released his should not have been allowed to stand! Still acting like the bully he was in high school! tsk! tsk!
Marsha Sorenson Carlson added this note
I think this offer lacks sincerity. I am probably one of the few Americans left who hasn't made a definite decision on who I will vote for, so here's my take. If President Obama releases the seals on his college documents, travel during college years, how he paid for his Ivy League education, etc. then perhaps Romney might be more inclined to release more tax returns. Transpency for both?

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