Let's see Obama, Romney make these documents public

2012-09-09T00:00:00Z Let's see Obama, Romney make these documents public nwitimes.com
September 09, 2012 12:00 am

If there's anything wrong with Mitt Romney's taxes, the IRS (part of the president's federal government) would have surely discovered it. But Barack Obama's desperate campaign continues its mudslinging.

In the meantime, Obama's college applications and transcripts, passport and draft documents all remain under lock and key at the president's order. Why? 

We know from Obama's own autobiography that during his high-school years in Hawaii, he was a drug user and was also being mentored by a guy he calls "Frank." "Frank" turns out to be Frank Marshall Davis, a noted communist writer and activist from Chicago. Check him out on the Internet.

So what's in Obama's sealed records that the media refuse to discuss? Let's have a "level playing field" approach here: Romney discloses his taxes in exchange for Obama's mysterious personal documents. Seems fair, right?

- Jim Sheehan, Hammond

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