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You snivelling 47 percenters just do not understand how hard it is to be Mitt Romney. Because you lack the ability to care for yourself, you look at self-made men like Mr. Romney with inexcusable envy. I beg of you: LEAVE MITTNEY ALONE!!!! Let me tell you just a few stories that highlight the hardships and almost unbearable sacrifices endured by Mr. Romney in his life and in his campaign for President of the United States.

Just yesterday, according to the AP, Mr. Romney pointed out that "My campaign schedule has been hectic. I’m not even going to be able to go home today.” By home, he was referring to his second home in nearby La Jolla, CA. Can you imagine the pain of flying in to collect $1,000 to $50,000 per person donations from 650 people while being unable to even pop in and visit the car elevator in your 3,600 square foot garage? Can you??!!??

Even Mrs. Romney had to recently stand up for her man, saying "Stop it! This is hard!" when her husband came under fire from Republican pundits for running perhaps the worst presidential campaign in recorded history. She continued, "It is time for all Americans to realize how significant this election is and how lucky we are to have someone with Mitt's qualifications and experience and know-how to be able to have the opportunity to run this country."

By 'all Americans', of course, Mrs. Romney was referring to the 53% of us who pay Federal income tax, not the moochers who live on Social Security income or military combat pay. Especially not those who were unable to exercise enough personal responsibility to be born with a silver spoon in their mouth.

Have you ever heard how hard Mr. and Mrs. Romney had it when they were a young married couple? The horror story about how Mr. Romney's father bought them a house that they later sold at a handy profit? The nearly unbearable misery of struggling through an education at Harvard University while living hand to mouth on the paltry income generated by selling off stock shares given Mr. Romney by his father?

As if that's not enough agony, just think about all the liberal handwringing about Mr. Romney's tax returns. We know for a fact that Mr. and Mrs. Romney are generous people. Price Waterhouse accountants even wrote a letter proving the Romneys gave an average 13.4% in charitable contributions the past 20 years. Why, even subtracting out the mandatory 10% tithing forced on them by the Mormon Church, that still leaves a generous 3.4% to all other charities combined.

And finally, did you know that Mr. Romney did not get an inheritance from his wealthy parents. According to Mr. Romney, "What I got from my parents when they passed away, I gave away to charity and to my kids." That's right, you leeching 47 percenters reading this diary. This man is so selfless that he gave away one million dollars to Brigham Young University (the Mormon Church's college) and his children. I'll bet you haven't given away a million dollars. Losers.

So, I beg of you, miserable freeloading scum reading this diary. For once in your life take some personal responsibility and show that you care about more than you and your victimhood. For the sake of America and for the sake of delivering us from a disastrous 4 more years of Obama economic recovery and social equity -- LEAVE MITTNEY ALONE!!!!

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