Well, let’s look at the history of other presidential candidates releasing their tax returns: first how many tax returns, on average, have been released by candidates historically? Further, how many returns did one of the candidates own father say was a reasonable and honest amount to release to the American public?
Now let’s look at the history of other presidential candidates releasing their college records: first, which other presidential candidates did the opposing political party demand college records from? Also how many years of college records, on average, did those other candidates then release?
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We thought of doing a caption contest for this one, but it seems Sean Hannity already beat everyone. Audio.
Bob Cesca notes “Regarding Voter ID, Hannity and the dude from Midnight Oil tried to make the case that people need an ID to rent a movie, so they should have an ID to vote. Is renting a movie a fundamental and universal right of citizenship and civic duty? Of course it’s not. Furthermore, the process of registering to vote involves identification anyway — plus there have been roughly 13 cases of voter fraud in the last ten years. 10. And also — oh screw it. Once again, I’m trying to rationalize facile, simplistic nonsense from a professional carnival barker.
“Ultimately, it’s worth noting that Hannity is the second highest rated show on all of cable news. This is what cable news viewers are hearing every night. So if you think this election is over and the president will cruise to victory, you’re out of your mind.”