Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Mitt Romney Secretly Drops By Grieving Police Station

Jim Cole | AP
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. — It’s not often that Mitt Romney omits from his remarks that he’s running for president, but today the presumptive GOP nominee did just that, secretly dropping by a New Hampshire police station to offer his condolences to a unit grieving over the sudden death of their police chief.
“There was no mention of votes, he didn’t talk about any political issues,” said current Police Chief Tara Laurent in an interview with ABC News. “He kept his remarks exclusively to offering condolences to the officers here.”
Greenland’s Police Chief Michael Maloney was killed earlier this month when he went to serve a search warrant to an individual being investigated for a drug charge. The story of his death, as well as the state-wide tributes that have been organized since on his behalf, have been widely covered in the New England press.

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

You want a barometer of Mitt Romney's character? THIS IS IT. A good man, a compassionate human being, a great President-in-waiting.

newark hawk said...

No cameras, no photo ops, no fanfare.

Just paying his respects and consoling the fallen chief's family, friends and co-workers.

Mitt is all class - pure, unadulterated, class.

Anonymous said...

It will be nice to have a "presidential" president again. PN