Will the media ask Mitt Romney if he will denouce racist, Donald Trump? Because anyone questions the legitimacy of a BLACK man who has been elected PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES by the majority of Americans, and who has NEVER quesstioned another presidential candidate’s legal birth records with such blantant and utter contempt and lunacy, to me is a FLAIMING BIGOT AND RACIST.
Trump started his Obama is a birther kick in 2011, and Mitt Romney’s pefectly ok with palling around with Trump, the BIRTHER.
From POLITICO: Trump: Obama born in Kenya
“That’s what he told the literary agent,” Trump insisted. “That’s the way life works… He didn’t know he was running for president, so he told the truth. The literary agent wrote down what he said… He said he was born in Kenya and raised in Indonesia… Now they’re saying it was a mistake. Just like his Kenyan grandmother said he was born in Kenya, and she pointed down the road to the hospital, and after people started screaming at her she said, ‘Oh, I mean Hawaii.’ Give me a break.”
Romney, meanwhile, is embracing Donald Trump:
At first Trump was like…
And then this:
Romney has no plans to distance himself from the Trump, the Racist Birther and will appear with him at a Las Vegas fundraiser next Tuesday.
June 6, 2011
07/30/2009 – Mr. President, What’s the Rush?
This opinion article by Mitt Romney appeared in USA Today on 07/30/2009. It is entitled Mr. President, What’s the Rush?
Try a business-like analysis
I spent most of my career in the private sector. When well-managed businesses considered a major change of some kind, they engaged in extensive analysis, brought in outside experts, exhaustively evaluated every alternative, built consensus among those who would be affected and then moved ahead. Health care is many times bigger than all the companies in the Dow Jones combined. And the president is rushing changes that dwarf what any business I know has faced.
Republicans are not the party of “no” when it comes to health care reform. This Republican is proud to be the first governor to insure all his state’s citizens. Other Republicans such as Rep. Paul Ryan and Sens. Bob Bennett and John McCain, among others, have proposed their own plans. Republicans will join with the Democrats if the president abandons his government insurance plan, if he endeavors to craft a plan that does not burden the nation with greater debt, if he broadens his scope to reduce health costs for all Americans, and if he is willing to devote the rigorous effort, requisite time and bipartisan process that health care reform deserves. Mitt Romney was governor of Massachusetts from 2003 to 2007.
April 2010 Nowhere in this video did Romney say he would repeal ObamaCare, he said there were things he like and didn’t like about ObamaCare
Jan 26, 2012
March 26, 2012
And for BAIN & ROMNEY, here’s a collection of videos:
AND WHY PRESIDENT OBAMA IS FOCUSING ON ROMNEY AND HIS YEARS AT BAIN CAPITAL: