Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Mitt Romney at the NAACP 2012 Convention (Full Video 07-11-12)



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14 comments:

Anonymous said...

he's so brave they are booing him and he doesn't back down!

Machtyn said...

I loved that the NAACP booed Romney when he stated he would repeal ObamaCare. You can hear some clapping in there. And there are some shouts, but you can't tell if they are shouts of dissent or rebuke to the dissenters.

I LOVE Romney's response. If the goal is to create jobs, and my number one goal is to create jobs, ObamaCare must go.

leighrow said...

I thought Romney was strong and he did not waiver even when he was being booed because of his commitment to repeal the ObamaTAX bill.

I thought his remark on education regarding the fact that you can't be on both sides of the issue..supporting teacher's unions and also supporting the rights of disadvantaged students.

Donald Taylor said...

I listened to his speech front to back. Mitt's ideas we good and succinct. The media is reporting only the boos over his promise to repeal of Obamacare. I thought the entire speech played very well.

Terrye said...

The fact that he was booed by this crowd will not hurt him. Not at all.

Lionhead said...

I'm amazed by the coverage of the booing part both by the 'numb-skull' MSM & the right wing talk show hosts. Is there no intelligent life in the broadcasting business? Booing that was handled well, in fact, considering his audience, the NAACP.

No one covered the actual speech, that I thought was great. His introductory paragraphs about black families & his ending conclusion about his father, George Romney, went together like a hand in a glove with his theme of 'Father & Faith,' yet no one mentioned the most eloquent part of his speech. I'm constantly amazed at the state of the media in the US. Deplorable.

I'd give him a B+ on this speech; he needs to improve his speaking modulation & someone needs to tell him to stop the habit of 'tsk-ing' between sentences. Polish it up Mitt, get some coaching, expand yourself to a higher level of performance. Get ready for the bigger tests ahead; we need excellence.

Gentlemen, we are going to relentlessly chase perfection, knowing full well we will not catch it, because nothing is perfect. But we are going to relentlessly chase it, because in the process we will catch excellence. I am not remotely interested in just being good.

Vince Lombardi

Anonymous said...

Hey D Taylaor: There are eight seconds of yur pal Romney's NAACP speech missing, from 1:11 through 1:20. So you didn't really listed to it "Front to Back." And you all commenting is sad evidence of you all having way too much time on your hands. Go Obama!

Lionhead said...

PS. I saw a second version of this speech (@ 2:45) & one important thing was omitted; the standing ovation by the crowd at it's end. Obviously, by the end, it was well received & acknowledged.

leighrow said...

Anonymous 6:59

Some of us own fancy smart phones and ipads with wireless, so that we may listen to the future US President, President Romney during our lunch hour. Anonymous, you better get used to that new reality...November will be here before you know it:)

Cheers!

Anonymous said...

Anon 6:59, Obama your mama. Stop drinking the kool-aid

cimbri said...

lion, the right wing media is sometimes as bad as the left. all of them led with the same thing 'romney booed by naacp', which helps the right's narrative that the naacp hates romney and conservatives, and of course we know why the left media accentuates the booing part. they all have to keep the right/left narrative going indefinitely.

Anonymous said...

The fact that he was booed on two key issues, healthcare and the mistakes of an incumbent black president, but overwhelmingly cheered on most of the other remaining key issues, it would appear his speech was a success. Will it change the black vote? Not likely. Will it be viewed as a new beginning by most? I would opine that it is. I am pleased that he had the courage to enter the lion's den and stand by his principles. Well done!

Anonymous said...

The Obozo campaign is going to be lying and spinning for the next two weeks trying to undo the damage that Romney did to them in this speech, and even then they won't succeed with everyone.

Anonymous said...

did you hear the latest, they think that he got booed on purpose, what idiots