How Obama can get people to stop talking about the IRS and Benghazi scandals
Besides telling the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth (chance: nil), there is one other thing the President could do to keep the public from talking about his IRS and Benghazi scandals. He could release his sealed records.
Yes, the President, as an act of good faith with the public (and more importantly—to him—to change the subject), could finally release the following:
- College applications
- College loan and scholarship applications
- SAT/ACT/LSAT scores
- Selective service registration
- Medical records
- Illinois state Senate records
- Law client list
- Michelle Obama’s sealed records
But don’t hold your breathalyzer on this change of topics. After all, Obama will find it far easier to blame George W. Bush and/or Rush Limbaugh for his own death-by-a trillion-cuts-of-ineptness and the corresponding ethical failures.
And opening his sealed records would likely confirm the depth of duplicity of our President’s past.
But it would change the subject.