Oh it's just his little coded way of reminding all those folks of that "blah" guy who's living in the White House.
"Maybe this will get chalked up to Romney’s awkwardness and get dismissed, but it looks to me like a major mistake. Coming just after days spent debating Todd Akin’s "legitimate rape" remark, this is again a reminder of the extreme voices in the GOP, which Romney has at times been slow to denounce. And it seems less than presidential, to put it mildly. The fact that uncomfortably large numbers still believe Obama has perpetrated an elaborate plot to fake his birthplace and ascend to the presidency illegitimately is a pretty damn big deal. " --Greg Sargent
Can someone explain how Romney's birth certificate comments qualify as a "joke"? Crowd doesn't laugh, they cheer. thkpr.gs/R7zZH6
No, Willard, no one's asked to see your birth certificate, but the American people (63% pg.12) have asked to see your income tax returns.
And you're ignoring them.
President Obama released 12 years of tax returns. You've released one.
What are you hiding, Willard?