Ann Romney has a message for Republicans criticizing her husband and those attacking the candidate over his "47 percent" comments at a private fund-raiser. CNN's Randi Kaye reports.
Post by: Randi Kaye
Filed under: 2012 Election • Mitt Romney
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Ann Romney seriously? We do realize how serious this is which is why we are not supportin your husband! Flip, flop from the beginning. Your husband is guilty of the very thing you are criticizing others or. I believe you want this more than he does. Looking at Romney's body language thus far screams... get me out of here!!!! Please God don't let me win.
his obsession with peanut butter hahaha, nice.
I would like to know where was Mitt Romney during the draft for the Vietnam War. Was this period that he decided to complete his obligation for missionary work? Is he a pacifist? He has some very able bodied sons that could be helpng America in her time of need in Afghanistan or in another military station? He takes a tough stance on some sensitive foreign policy issues, but is he willing to send his sons to help clean up the mess he may be creating? I'm sure that he and Ann have raised his sons to be very patriotic and volunteer in the volunteer military as many of our sons are serving. Where was he during the Vietnam War and is he willing to send his sons to the wars that he may be creating?
Ann: Stop whining, for heaven's sake!! If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen. Oh, wait, you have servants for that.
Way to Go Mrs Romney. Tell the media it's time to open the Obama closet up! I want to know how he funded his college and how he filled out the forms for that funding. The media is on a hunt for tax infomation. I think those applications could tell us alot about the financial supporters of Barack Obama. And what country he used as his home.