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Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Video: Obama tells Romney his finances should be 'an open book'

When Barack Obama talks like this, it's usually frustrating for two reasons. The first is that it's a bit hypocritical for him to talk about being transparent based on his nearly four-year record. The second is that the Romney campaign has done a lousy job of pointing out that hypocrisy.

First, check out this video of Obama speaking to the Press Corps. yesterday.

Via GWP:

As for how the Romney campaign is coming up short in its responses to the Obama campaign on this matter, there really isn't a more obvious rebuke - for multiple reasons - than the administration's handling of the Fast and Furious documents; Obama asserted Executive Privilege on the same day that Congress found his Attorney General in both criminal and civil contempt of Congress.

One might counter that by saying that Obama issued a qualifier at the end of the video above by referring to 'finances', which would seemingly exempt Fast and Furious from such transparency.

To this day, we still don't know everything about how Obama was able to go to Harvard and Columbia but we do have this video from 2008 that should warrant further questions / investigation about the source of that funding:

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