Skip to comments.NH Lake Town Hosts Romney Clan on Vacation
Posted on 07/03/2012 12:52:12 PM PDT by BarnacleCenturion
WOLFEBORO, N.H. It's a family tradition that spans a decade, as Mitt Romney's clan all 30 of them gathers at his New England lakeside compound for a week of home-cooked meals, sporting events and ice cream outings.
Only this summer, things are a little different: The patriarch is the Republican candidate challenging President Barack Obama and there's a Secret Service detail in tow everywhere Romney goes.
Nevertheless, the former Massachusetts governor is sticking to his routine. He attended Sunday church, let loose on Monday with a little jet skiing and on Monday night he was eating ice cream in town before piloting his boat back home to his lakefront estate. He walked barefoot with his grandchildren, posed for family photos, and visited with friends just as he has done every other summer. For Romney, this week is a welcome opportunity to unwind from the campaign trail while reflecting on the biggest decision he'll make during this campaign: choosing a running mate.
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hail to the-soon-to-be Commander-in-Chief!
Lovely area. Sounds like they’ve been going there for a long time. And isn’t NH the Live Free or Die state?
He's got more wives than I thought.
Interesting choice to use the word “Clan.” At least they didn’t use a “K.”
“He’s got more wives than I thought.”
You’d think one of the offspring might want to be in the armed services.. . But no.
I wonder how much these grifters are paying to rent this place? Say what? They own it? Filthy capitalists.
With a six-to-one ratio of wives to masters, the sons are
wise to engage in the pursuit of acceptable wimminfolk.
In other cultures, it’s call big pimpin’, yo.
Well, afterall, he is white don’t ya know.
Screw all the political class
Great area anytime the vacationers are gone. During the summer it is crowded and snob central.
I was up there early this spring and it was quiet and beautiful.
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