For me, the choice is simple:
Be an American, or be a Communist. You can’t be both.
You think he is insincere. That is your choice.
I have already stated mine.
Romney was sincere when he described gun owners in post 8.
Romney was sincere when he claimed to be a gun owner, and later had to retract the lie because he never owned a gun.
Romney was sincere when he said that he was a “lifelong hunter” but in reality, appears to never have hunted, until the Republican Governors Association in 2006 after he was engaged in his presidential run, that same year, 60 year old anti-gun, (but “sincere”) Mitt, bought a lifetime membership in the NRA Im a member of the NRA and believe firmly in the right to bear arms, he said in 2007.
Romney was sincere when he campaigned on being a member of the NRA in 2006, not revealing that he only signed up for the presidential campaign.
The “sincere” candidate Romney in action: Suddenly, a heavyset man wearing a bright-orange cap entered the room. Mr. Romney, he called out. Eric OrffIm a hunter. It was a potentially awkward moment. Earlier this year, Romney claimed that hed been a hunter pretty much all my life.
A few days later, he said in a statement, Ive hunted small game numerous times.
Four days after that, Romney told W. Gardner Selby, of the Austin American-Statesman, Any description of my being a hunter is an overstatement of capability.
Still, he couldnt resist. Youre a hunter? he said to Orff. Well, same here. Good to see ya.