Video | Scout Prouty 47% Romney Videographer-Ed Schultz Interview

Scott Prouty, you did America proud. Stand up American and true a PATRIOT THANKS YOU!

Scott Prouty, Exclusive interview with ED Shultz



Will post full video when available.

Recap, as if we really needed to see and hear Romney say the words again. WE MUST NEVER FORGET.

Oops! It’s not what I meant

Meet Scott Prouty, the 47 Percent Video Source
By David Corn-Mother Jones
For months, he and I shared a big secret and repeatedly discussed whether he should go public or stay hidden.

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17 Responses to Video | Scout Prouty 47% Romney Videographer-Ed Schultz Interview

  1. Montana says:

    Great job Scott Prouty! Willard fumbled after disclosure, and when he lost the election, he went back to the same words, so come on Willard, face it, your own words lost the election, man up Willard, man up. Willard didn’t even get all registered GOP voters out to vote for him, plus the GOP states that passed all those voter restriction, tick people off, and all those states elected President Obama. Willard was the worse candidate ever, even England dubbed Willard “Mitt the twit”. We have been sick and tried of all your Corporate Welfare and tax breaks and the fact that you don’t pay any federal income taxes, but hey keep your ill gotten money, we don’t want you or your money. Willard you were taught an important message….You can’t buy everything with money!

  2. rikyrah says:

    Bartender Behind Hidden Video Had Met Romney Before

    …Said the bartender: “I handed him a diet Coke with lemon on it, because I was told that that’s what he drank… He took it and turned and didn’t say anything. I presented him the exact right drink that he wanted… Had it there, sitting there on a napkin. He took it out of my hand and turned his back without a ‘thank you’ or anything else.”

    from lamh:

    Romney is a rich prick, but there are also alot of people who are not rich who also treat “service” staff like they are less than or invisible.

    Ya’ll know I’m a NOLA girl born and raised. If ya know anything ’bout NOLA then you know tourism is our bread and butter. So service staff are everywhere and I’d bet that over 1/2 of the working population in NOLA are in the tourism industry. A large number of my family have worked or currently work in the service industry. My paternal grandmother was a head chef at a bigtime French Quarter restaurant. My paternal grandfather was a cab driver. My father was a cook in the army. My father’s sister was a top chef and worked in a number of the well-known restaurants in NOLA before she retired after Katrina. My maternal grandmother and my mom’s sister are in housekeeping (my grandmother stopped when she became disabled and my aunt is still a housekeeper at both a motel and a local casino). My mom’s youngest sister works as a room service clerk in a 5star hotel in the Quarter. Two of my uncles work at 2 different French Quarter restaurants as sous chefs. Two of my younger cousins work as a waiter and a barback in 2 other restaurants different than my uncles and my cousin’s husband is a pastry chef at one of the La Madelaine’s bakeries in the city.

    The stories my family have to tell about the way they are talked to by certain customers would piss anyone off. I won’t even begin to tell you the stories they tell about how service people get back at the people who think they can treat them like crap. Even regular everyday Joes sometimes forget that the waiter, bartender, housekeepers and other service staff are real people and just because they are being paid to “serve” you, it doesn’t mean that they don’t deserve some courtesy and decency when they do a good job. A Thank you goes a long way even when you don’t leave a tip.

  3. Hi, Ametia! I’m back online but my page is still messed up. My follow button is on the right bottom of the page.

    • Ametia says:

      Good to see you back, SG2. Calling WordPress Wonks!

      • Hey, it’s fixed now! Everything is in the right place. My time was even out of whack.

      • Ametia says:

        Sweet! Have you watched the clip above? I want to read your thoughts on Scott Prouty’s interview with Big ED. :-)

      • I have listened to the interview with Ed and it’s amazing to see this guy’s humility. He’s not after fame but just wanted to do the right thing. He put the video out for the people to decide.

        It makes me furious to listen to Romney say the words…“And so my job is not to worry about those people”. WTF kind of ish is that? And he’s running for President of the United States? GTFOOH! Selfish arrogant prick!

  4. vitaminlover says:

    I truly like his humility and courage.

  5. Phyllis Ash-Hamon says:

    Scott, a true american patriot!

  6. Ametia says:

    LOL Time for Lawrence O to have some fun!

  7. Ametia says:

    Ed: “Do you think you changed the election?”


  8. rikyrah says:

    watched the entire show. was impressed with him.
    just want to thank him for his service to this country

    • Ametia says:

      I don’t know about anyone else, but what he experienced in the way of listening to and following his conscience to DO.THE.RIGHT.THING. Gave me goose bumps.

  9. Ametia says:

    A man with a CONSCIENCE. When students read their history books, they will have a realization about what it means to follow and live with a truthful conscience.

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