Monday, March 4, 2013

Finally, Even Mitt Romney Admits That What He Says is Not What He Believes

Mitt, the Last Person in the Country to Acknowledge This

There is little news to report on the Mitt Romney softball interview.  Mitt is still campaigning, still denigrating the President (say what you want about George W. Bush, at least he has the decency to say nothing) and still believing that he should have been President.

Mitt Romney is pictured. | AP Photo
Bye to you to Mitt, write if you get work.

And Mrs. Romney like the Nixons before her blames the media.

Obama, she said, had a “better ground game” than the Republicans, a fact that “blindsided” the Romneys. Portrayals of both Romneys as wealthy and out-of-touch were unfair, she said.

“But it was not just the campaign’s fault. I believe it was the media’s fault as well, is that he was not giving — being given a fair shake, that people weren’t allowed to really see him for who he was,” she said.

But no Mrs. Romney, the problem of course was that the public saw him for exactly for what he was.

But one great thing, finally in his own words we have confirmation that what Mr. Romney says is not what he believes.

“You know, when you speak in private, uh, you don’t spend as much time thinking about how something could be twisted and distorted and — and it could come out wrong and be used,” Romney said. “But, you know, I did. And it was very harmful. What I said is not what I believe.   (emphasis added)

We know Mitt, we know.  Glad you finally figured it out too.  And the great thing about a video recording.  No, no one has to twist or distort it, or can even do so.  The public can look at the raw footage and make up their own mind.  And that's what happened, no matter how much you and your spouse would like to blame it on the media, on the Democrats, on the Martians or anyone other than yourselves.

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