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Mitt Romney Won't Release 12 Years Of Tax Returns, Wants President Obama To "Start Packing"

Now that Rick Santorum is out of the race and concentrating on making his ailing three-year-old daughter a lifetime NRA member, likely Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is very confident in an interview with ABC News' Diane Sawyer. He says that President Obama should "start packing." Ann Romney, cause celebre/"daughter of privilege", added, "I believe it’s? Mitt’s time? It’s our turn now.
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