Former Republican Governor of Massachusetts
Mitt Romney - Former Republican Governor of Massachusetts
Former Governor Mitt Romney giving an interview at a supporters rally in Paradise Valley, By: Gage Skidmore
How difficult is it to remember what state you work in and who your current employer is? My guess is that nearly everyone in this country knows the answer to these two simple questions, but you can add Scott Brown to the list of individuals who has difficulty answering them.
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Adam Savader, a former intern for Mitt Romney's failed Presidential bid, was arrested and charged with cyber stalking and blackmailing young women to send him nude photos of themselves. Mr. Savader is accused of obtaining nude photographs of fifteen different women and then blackmailing them into sending him more, or else he would publish the photo's.
Over at Aces of Spades HQ, a Mitt Romney Election Day worker details the massive failure of the ORCA Project, the campaign-designed voter-tracking app that was supposed to rival the Obama campaign's ground-game efforts
Romney aides were in for a surprise when the Romney Campaign canceled their credit cards late on election night preventing some of them from even getting a ride home.
Mitt Romney is sending the supplies he asked supporters to bring to his “non-political” campaign event today — to which Romney invited NASCAR driver Richard Petty — in the battleground state of Ohio, only to victims of Hurricane Sandy in swing states that the GOP candidate has a chance of winning: Virginia, North Carolina, New Hampshire and Pennsylvania — not the two areas hardest hit by Hurricane Sandy: New Jersey and New York.
Mitt Romney showed up Tuesday night talking about "binders full of women" being brought to him when he was governor. Sounds kind of kinky and certainly not something you want to be touting. Romney was referring to a time that he was looking for job applicants and wanted more female options
Legally, Romney would have paid closer to 9% but opted to pay more, just over 14%, for political purposes. This is despite his previous stance of. "I don’t pay more than are legally due and frankly if I had paid more than are legally due I don’t think I’d be qualified to become president. I’d think people would want me to follow the law and pay only what the tax code requires."
Mitt Romney, in a conversation with private donors, voice his belief that 47% of Americans are "dependent on government" and who "believe they are victims" who will vote for Obama because they think they are "entitled to healthcare, to food, to housing." When Romney was confronted with the comment he stood by his words.
Conservatives have been criticizing Romney's response to the embassy attacks in Libya calling it Romney's Lehman moment. Romney couldn't help but smirk as he read off his criticism of the President and Egypt as he politicized a foreign tragedy, which is traditionally off limits. Additionally, the criticism was not even accurate. The Obama White had already condemned the attacks. Romeny's inaccurate statement, geared for political advantage at a time of national crisis, could have a longer impact on the presidential race.
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