Petion started at change.org, "Willard Mitt Romney make public tax filings for five years starting 1999.

The "birthers spent so much time and energy on President Obama's birth certificate, I felt the importance of public knowing Romney's true income and from where , required the birth of the Bainers. Please look at sign and share.

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overturn 2 years 6 weeks ago
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Petion started at change.org, "Willard Mitt Romney make public tax filings for five years starting 1999.

The "birthers spent so much time and energy on President Obama's birth certificate, I felt the importance of public knowing Romney's true income and from where , required the birth of the Bainers. Please look at sign and share.

Thanks

which sign? the one you omitted or this one?

http://www.alternet.org/newsandviews/?id=1033536&t=fox_covers_for_romney_with_softball_interview_on_bain_capital

or this one? http://www.thomhartmann.com/users/overturn/blog/2012/07/romney-invested-medical-waste-firm-disposed-aborted-fetuses-government-d

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leighmf 2 years 6 weeks ago
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Nice title.

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overturn 2 years 6 weeks ago
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Nice title.

(BM) is the short for flip-flop-smitt... http://www.thomhartmann.com/users/overturn/blog/2012/07/flip-flop-mitt

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overturn 2 years 6 weeks ago
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Quote leighmf:

Nice title.

(BM) is the short for flip-flop-smitt... http://www.thomhartmann.com/users/overturn/blog/2012/07/flip-flop-mitt

I forgot to mention that "Mitt is mean"... http://www.thomhartmann.com/users/countkarl/blog/2012/07/mitt-mean

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