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Published: Monday, Aug. 19 2013 12:59 p.m. MDT

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A Guy With A Brain
Enid, OK

So this guy is applauded publicly for finishing with a nearly $600 million surplus.

I think that's great!

But.....Romney (yes, THAT Romney) as governor led Massachussetts from a - $3.0B shortfall to a $2.16B surplus. Yes, that’s “billion” with a “B”.

Why no public applause for THAT?

Why no flood of good press in the media for THAT?

Why was the public not made aware of THAT?

Why didn't every voting America know THAT fact?

Answer: because the liberals and their bed-fellows in the American mainstream media were absolutely terrified of Mitt Romney and they did NOT want the public to know anything at all as to what kind of man Romney REALLY was.....how smart he was, what he accomplished, how much of an amazing leader he was.

That he once traveled with the family dog on the roof of their car during a family vacation?

Oh, yeah, everybody knew about that 'important' fact. Oh, the horror!

That Romney lead Massachussets in a $5+ BILLION dollar turn-around?

Hardly a whimper in the press....

worf
Mcallen, TX

@A Guy With A Brain:

Doesn't appear this country merits Mitt Romney.

They would rather follow Obama. He's going to cut the deficit in half, not sign any legislature that would add a dime to the debt, and provide health care for everyone.

Tomorrow I'm buying the golden gate bridge.

A Guy With A Brain
Enid, OK

@ worf - Mcallen, TX - @A Guy With A Brain: "Doesn't appear this country merits Mitt Romney.

They would rather follow Obama. He's going to cut the deficit in half, not sign any legislature that would add a dime to the debt, and provide health care for everyone.

Tomorrow I'm buying the golden gate bridge."

worf -

Pretty disgusting, isn't it?

Tomorrow, while you buy the Golden Gate bridge, I'm going to buy ocean front property. In Oklahoma.

I'm ready for the foolish among us to leave. For good....

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