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Skip to comments.Mitt's Son Says He Never Wanted to be President Anyway
Posted on 12/23/2012 10:37:20 AM PST by Java4Jay
If you thought the tale of how Mitt Romney lost the general election was already told, you would be wrong. Because there is so much left to tell, like how Mitt never wanted to be President anyway.
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Well Mitt, you stepped and stomped on dozens of people better than you who actually wanted it.
Go build a new mansion and shut up.
He ran for six hours for a job he did not want? More bogus Lame Stream Media...
Deal was made just like McCain. Neither was wanted by the public and the same MO was followed by getting the public excited just as in every communist country.
he ran so he could have Camp David as a nice weekend getaway.
Riiiiiight. He ran for HOW many years??
What a load of dung. The White Horse Prophecy alone renders that opinion a load of it.
He wanted to be president less than anyone Ive met in my life. He had no desire to . . . run, said Tagg, who worked with his mother, Ann, to persuade his father to seek the presidency. If he could have found someone else to take his place . . . he would have been ecstatic to step aside”
So, in any words....Romney set out to destroy conservatives for a job he didn’t want - what a jack a$$.
Well, at least he still has a job at Marriots, and since he didn’t win he can put porn back on the room’s TVs.
George Washington didn’t want the job either. In fact, anyone who wants to be President is not suitable for the job. Same goes for Senators, Congressmen, and Governors.
Well, he certainly wanted to be the Republican nominee.
Tell, me you are not equating Romney with Washington with your statement.
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