Skip to comments.Mitt Romney's Rope-a-Dope with Al Sharpton
Posted on 08/31/2012 7:42:54 PM PDT by Bobble
NEW YORK After Saturdays announcement that Rep. Paul Ryan would be his running mate in the race for the White House, Mitt Romney agreed to a question and answer session on MSNBCs Politics Nation with host, Reverend Al Sharpton. Following is a transcript of that interview:
AL SHARPTON: Thank you for joining us in this day of heated exchanges and profabricated dialogue Mr. Mitt.
MITT ROMNEY: Its my pleasure, sir.
AL SHARPTON: You may call me Reverend.
MITT ROMNEY: Sure, Reverend.
AL SHARPTON: Now let me get right to the root of the canal of problems in the political climate we here in America call politics.
MITT ROMNEY: Sure.
AL SHARPTON: You have a horse.
MITT ROMNEY: I have several horses actually.
AL SHARPTON: Several? Thats a lot of horses.
MITT ROMNEY: Im fortunate enough to be in the position to
AL SHARPTON: Your fortune, if estimated, would askew to astronomical proportions.
MITT ROMNEY: I have been blessed with great success.
AL SHARPTON: What you call a blessing could be corkscrewed by people of color as a rampid case of being white in America.
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The scary thing about it all is:
AL SHARPTON: I watched it on TV with my eyes. Pushed an old lady in a wheel chair over a cliff.
...is where I started to suspect it may be satire (that’s close to the end)
...over a clift
The fractured English was hilarious, and so believable.
Actually, our first clue should have been “The Daily Rash”.
“What you call a blessing could be corkscrewed by people of color....”
I have fond memories of a black platoon sergeant at Ft. Devens, MA, who while chewing us out for not measuring up to his expectations said that he would no longer be treating us kindly...because we had MISCONSCREWED his kindness for weakness.
“askew to?” “rampid?”
I don’t know whether to laugh or to cry.
You may call me Reverend? I’m sorry, but the Co versation would’ve been over right there for me. I’d simply say something like “sure thing, your Highness” and then walked out.
Ah ... humor. And very funny!
Gesticulate? Who wrote this? They need to go to NBC and save Saturday Night Live!
It’s from the Daily RASH that didn’t clue you in? It is always pretty darned funny
1st clue for me was and hopefully true that neither R or R will never ever sit in the same room as this rase baiting radical Ir-reverand POS
Yes...very clever and funny.
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