Monday, April 4, 2011

Mitt Romney: Speech at the Republican Jewish Coalition Meeting (complete VIDEO)

Mitt Romney spoke Saturday in Las Vegas at the Republican Jewish Coalition Winter meeting. Romney talked about Foreign Policy, America's relationship with Israel, Health Care, and Obama's failures as President:

In a related story:
Expected Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney used his Twitter account this morning to respond to the announcement of President Obama's re-election campaign.

"@barackobama I look forward to hearing details on your jobs plan, as are 14m unemployed Americans," @MittRomney

Romney's retort followed Obama's decision to use YouTube to release a video announcing his re-election campaign.


Anonymous said...

Thanks, Bosman. I saw the last half of the questions last night, and I am more convinced than ever that he is the man we need for the job.

I'm going to have to watch this later tonight. Thanks for posting it.


Right Wingnut said...

He spoke at length about foreign policy, without a word about Libya?

sam said...

What a great speech.

Romney seems more animated and passionate in his delivery. I like his new style with strategically placed one-liners.

Virginia Brown said...

Of course, I don't know who "anonymous" above me is, but he/she sounds like a troll who is pretending to be a Mormon who is pretending to be an anti-Mormon troll. Not that I have ever read anything by a Mormon trying to make fun of anti-Mormons by pretending to be trolls. But if there were, that is what they would sound like. It's that ridiculous.

larry said...

Anon :17

"I am trying to open peoples eyes on this cult. they have a secret agenda and its not just being president, its using that power to bring more converts to that cultous religion. NO to mormons!!!!"

I'll take a Mormon over a MORON LIKE YOURSELF, any day of the week. So will the Majority of other Americans as well.

Ellie said...

Anon. thanks for the info. But I'll stick with my chosen Faith - LDS. Have a good day anyway, you bigot.

Revolution 2010 said...

I thought this was up there with his best performances.

I to liked the insertion of one liners to make or stress a point.

THE Q&A was great.

Dave said...

He ended the Q and A, extemporaneously, better than he gave the speech itself....but the overall effect was very positive.

I have a great feeling about how his campaign is going to go later this year.

Doug NYC GOP said...

Sharp, funny, ready to take it to 'em!