Romney’s gaffes

- September 19th, 2012

Newspapers are gleefully pouncing on Mitt Romney’s “gaffes” that far too many Americans are dependent on government and it affects how they vote and that far too many Palestinians don’t want peace with Israel.

In other news, journalists deplore unwillingness of politicians to speak blunt truths instead of reciting safe talking points.

Categories: Election, Foreign affairs, Government, Politics, United States

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  1. Brett Mann says:

    “The rich are not like you and me.”

  2. John says:

    Romneys gaffs as you call them are not gaffs at all. He just happens to tell the truth. When I watched feedback yesterday every person minus one did not find what Romney said was anything at all yet both news people talked it up like it was this vig offensive damage control story. The media has to smarten of or the USA will end up with four more years of a not so smart President who never had the experience needed for the job and has the ego the size of his tour bus. He has bankrupted the U.S.A.

  3. Erik says:

    Gallup: Obama 47% Romney 47% Rasmussen: Obama 46% Romney 46% President Obama has not been able to pull ahead of Romney despite the recent conventions and this video that Jimmy Carter’s grandson filmed where Romney mentioned the 47%. Not good news at all for President Obama

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