Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Mitt Romney campaign in Hartford, Connecticut (FULL VIDEO 04-11-12)

Mitt Romney spoke to supporters at Alpha Graphics in Hartford, Connecticut, a woman-owned printing business with mostly small business customers, according to the Hartford Courant:



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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Mitt was in TOP FORM today in Hartford. Arrayed by women business owners, he was in his element talking about what small businesses need to succeed (mainly, get government obstacles out of the way). Couldn't be a sharper message in the business-unfriendly State of Connecticut.

Hartford is a once-proud city, now fallen on hard times. It can feel pretty grim. Mitt was a breath of fresh air, enthusiasm, and can-do American optimism. He lifted the spirit of the people and the place.

The MSM is so wrong about what women want. Women want encouragement and leadership, as we make our way to personal and professional success and satisfaction.

newark hawk said...

Take a look at that video clip of Romney meeting & greeting those businesswomen in Hartford.

The women are treating Romney like he's a rock star.

So much for the media's mantra that Romney is "out-of-touch", "doesn't connect" and "turns off female voters."

Nothing could be further from the truth.

Romney is a rock star, the media knows it, and they are trying to do everything they can to deny it in order to hurt the GOP'S chances in November.

Stew said...

Although he could really be a great advocate of change, there is just something about him that my mates at printers crewe just can't believe to be transparent. I hope he shows more of himself in the run down to elections though.