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Comments for: Mitt Romney finds Massachusetts his millstone

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  • “Massachusetts to him was just a stepping stone,” said Judy Eisel-DeGrinney, 70. “Folks feel he was disingenuous, that he used us to further his political ambitions”
    No not “Mitt”!!!!

    Campaigning in Florida,  Mitt, commented on the stark contrast between the haves and the have not’s useing  Marco Rubio’s life experiance growing up from a poor boy looking at the wealthy homes in Florida with his Dad.

    Romney,
    “Did Marcos dad say look at that Son!  They should give us some!

    No,  he said— look at that Son , with an Education, Hard Work and “( a little luck) ” you to can aspire to that in America!

    Mitt the “Millionaire” then got on his jet and flew to Las Vegas to beg for and pick up the $100,000,000 (DONATION) from Sheldon Addison the ” BILLIONAIRE”!

    What was that? The Romney Theory of Relativity?

  • Anonymous

    Mass is the heart of liberal territory.  Why in god’s name would he waste his time there?

  • Anonymous

    If you’d rather read about the most important issue of the election and not another whose strategy is working and whose up and whose down articles, please click on this link:

    http://www.nytimes.com/2012/06/15/opinion/krugman-we-dont-need-no-education.html

    Nobel Prize winner Krugman predicted the economic downturn in 2008, predicted the slow American recovery we’re in, predicted Europe’s current fall back into recession.  Who else can say that?

    Maybe we should listen to him for a change.

  • Anonymous

    “Some voters here who supported Romney in the early years of his governorship now say they feel abandoned by him, and more than half of the state’s voters hold an unfavorable opinion of Romney, according to a poll…”
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    New Englanders will tell other parts of the country that if any Massachusetts conservatives were able to sell their house they escaped from Massachusetts when Romney left office and sought political asylum elsewhere. The remaining populace simply condensed into even more concentrated liberalism. The fact that only “more than half” hold an unfavorable opinion of Governor Romney actually demonstrates more support for him than is apparent.

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