Comments about ‘Democrats' Julian Castro says Mitt Romney 'doesn't get it'’

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Published: Tuesday, Sept. 4 2012 10:33 p.m. MDT

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Counter Intelligence
Salt Lake City, UT

Being told you "don't get it" by a radical left-wing zealot with a dubious history is actually a compliment

Tators
Hyrum, UT

Talk about a lot of double speech. This guy says how great it is that in America we can rise to great success in just a single generation. In the next sentence, he criticizes Romney for doing exactly that... becoming very successful totally on his own. Talk about left-wing hypocrisy!
Why in the world would anyone in this country want someone to lead us who doesn't know how to be successful?? Personally, I want someone who understands success inside and out... someone who has been there, done that, even though I haven't. I want the most successful person available. Period!
It seems to be height of stupidity to criticize someone for doing exactly that... being successful. Do we honestly want someone to lead us who has had very limited success in his life, just so we can say he relates to us? If we put someone in the presidency who has not succeeded much in the real world, it's guaranteed he will also be incapable of succeeding in the White House. By natural law, it would be a recipe for disaster. Just look at Obama and what he's done. Point made. Think about it.

Screwdriver
Casa Grande, AZ

Oh tators, if Romeny "got there on his own" so did Donald Trump that inherited millions.

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