Saturday, December 17, 2011

More MADE-UP news about Mitt Romney

It's unfortunate that the news media likes to INVENT NEWS.

Case in point, Romney calling Gingrich "zany" as if it had been on his mind for months and that when he said it, it came off his tongue like it had been there all along. NOT SO FAST!

Here is one of THE MANY news accounts of the event:

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The news media in almost every case, made it appear as if Romney had resorted to name calling.

Unfortunately, "Zany" wasn't Romney's words. The term "Zany" was in the question that was asked of him by the interviewer for the New York Times. The question is asked at about the 3 minute mark of the interview below:

So you see, he wasn't calling Gingrich zany but only stating that a "zany" like personality has no place in the Presidency. So if anyone thinks that Newt Gingrich is 'zany', you may want to ask Romney's interviewer.

THE BOTTOM LINE: His statement was simply TAKEN OUT OF CONTEXT and played up by the media.

So what else is new you ask?

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Anonymous said...

Gov. Romney was my governor in Mass. As a very conservative voter, I can tell you that he honored all his campaign promises. He eliminated the $3 BILLION deficit the Democrats wracked up -- mostly Democrats in the Mass. legislature (85% when Romney was governor). Romney also vetoed the in-state tuition bill for illegal aliens that the Democrats passed. Romney also signed an executive order requiring all Mass. state troopers to check the immigration status of every ARREST made (not just pulled over). He is a man of principles. There is no perfect candidate, but Romney is the best candidate to run against Obama in a general election. I hope he wins the GOP nomination and chooses Bachmann as his running mate! ROMNEY/BACHMANN 2012! Vote out the socialist occupier of the White House!

Lionhead said...

"He hath borne himself beyond the promise of his age, doing, in the figure of a lamb, the feats of a lion: he hath indeed better bettered expectation, than you must expect of me to tell you how.'

* Messenger, scene 1, "Much Ado About Nothing"