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  •  And his conservative guest said... (8+ / 0-)

    ...that Romney could/would have done the same thing.  Really?  Does anyone REALLY believe that Romney would be so emotional, so frank?  Does anyone really think that Romney could relate to this sort of activism, and the meaning it has in people's lives?

    Of course not.  He has no clue.  He was raised in wealth and privilege.  He's a CEO and a CEO's son.

    •  O would give this speech even if he lost (5+ / 0-)

      That's how gracious he is, and how genuinely appreciative of what his supporters do for him, win or lose. If he'd lost, he would still have made sure that his campaigners knew how much he valued and admired them, and would leave them feeling better about the whole thing.

      Mitt, you can be sure, has not given his team even a microsecond of thought since the moment he learned he'd lost--except to make sure their credit cards got canceled.

      "I believe they talked of me, for they laughed consumedly."--George Farquhar

      by slapshoe on Thu Nov 08, 2012 at 08:27:01 PM PST

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      •  why would he? (1+ / 0-)
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        mittens never speaks to the hired help.

        the one thing that amazed me throughout the campaign, each and every time axelrod, plouffe, messina, gibbs and cutler spoke about O you could tell they have the utmost repsect for the man and believed.

        eric fernstrom, andrea saul?????????????????

        mittens=edsel. no matter how much money is spent to promote it, if the product sucks, no one will buy it.

        by wewantthetruth on Fri Nov 09, 2012 at 06:30:21 AM PST

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    •  Romney would have been crying Tears of Joy too (2+ / 0-)
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      therehastobeaway, sethtriggs

      over finally "getting the Keys to Fort Knox".

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