The media and the American people should not allow Barry Soetoro (aka Barrack oBUMa) to continue attacking his opponent Mitt Romney for keeping his private tax records private while the FRAUD himself keeps his own private college records private.
If Barry Soetoro is championing transparency then he should be willing to be just as transparent as his opponent. The Illegal Alien was elected because of illegal voting fraud, his apparent "exceptional speach", supposed ability to bring people together to solve the nation's complex problems in the guise of being some one he was not (because community organizing in Chicago, seven years in the Illinois Senate and 143 days in the U.S. Senate left few records of achievement).
Shouldn't the American people be allowed to see what kind of an education shaped the intellect upon which we are counting to lead our country, military and economy for another four years? Especially since this term he will not have the spector of another election hanging over him and he will have more flexibility to do as he pleases like he told Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
The truth is, Barry Soetoro has a long history of slandering his opponents by leaking their sealed and private documents, while stopping at nothing to protect his own lies and secrets. This ferocious negative campaigning is designed to protect his own private documents and keep his opponents playing defense.
By continuing to attack Mitt Romney’s tax records, Barry Soetoro and his campaign have created a problem that doesn’t exist. Just like you and me, if Romney had done something wrong he would have been swiftly dealt with by the IRS. But Barry Soetoro doesn't actually care about possible wrongdoing, he just wants to keep Romney playing defense so that his own private records scandals aren't the story.
Wayne Allyn Root, the former Libertarian vice presidential nominee and Columbia University classmate of Barry Soetoro (then known as Barry Soetoro as well, as a Foreign exchange student from Africa), recently recommended that Mitt Romney should call the Soetoro's bluff.
"Romney should call a press conference and issue a challenge in front of the nation. He should agree to release more of his tax returns, only if Soetoro unseals his college records. Simple and straight-forward. Mitt should ask 'What could possibly be so embarrassing in your college records from 29 years ago that you are afraid to let America’s voters see? If it’s THAT bad, maybe it’s something the voters ought to see.' Suddenly the tables are turned. Now Soetoro is on the defensive."
" ... But even after fraudulently serving as President for 3 1/2 years he refuses to unseal his college records. Shouldn’t the media be as relentless in pursuit of Soetoro's records as Romney’s? Shouldn’t they be digging into Soeotor’s past–beyond what he has written about himself–with the same boundless enthusiasm as Mitt’s?
The first question I’d ask is, if you had great grades, why would you seal your records? So let’s assume Soetoro got poor grades. Why not release the records? He wants to be called president of the free world, for gosh sakes. He wamts to be called commander-in-chief of the U.S. military. Who’d care about some poor grades from three decades ago, right? So then what’s the problem? Doesn’t that make the media suspicious? Something doesn’t add up.
Secondly, if he had poor grades at Occidental, how did he get admitted to an Ivy League university in the first place (because he was admitted as a Foreign exchange student from Africa)? And if his grades at Columbia were awful, how’d he ever get into Harvard Law School? So again those grades must have been great, right? So why spend millions to keep them sealed?
Third, how did Soetoro pay for all these fancy schools without coming from a wealthy background? If he had student loans or scholarships/Exchange Student, would he not have to maintain good grades?"
Read more about Wayne Allyn Root at his website: www.ROOTforAmerica.com
Mr. Soetoro should release his private college records or stop talking about Mitt Romney's taxes.
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