Comments about ‘While Mitt played it straight in SLC, Ann Romney spoke up on Fox News’

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Published: Thursday, Oct. 3 2013 9:08 a.m. MDT

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Moderate
Salt Lake City, UT

"There’s so much vilifying that goes on in a campaign." -- Ann Romney.

I'm glad you've realized that, Ann. Next, perhaps you will realize that the Democrat candidate was vilivied in the election (and beyond), and he is a decent person just like your husband.

Badgerbadger
Murray, UT

Would she make a great candidate! But she is too nice to throw in the snake pit.

Bebyebe
UUU, UT

Mrs. Romney,

I know you're used to getting your own way but you lost. America didn't want your husband.

happy2bhere
clearfield, UT

moderate

Obama may be a decent man, but is no where near as qualified to be President. Never was in 2008, and hasn't learned much after 4 wasted years.

bebyebe

Almost half the country voted for Rommey, so it's not like he out of the mainstream of American thinking.

Bebyebe
UUU, UT

Mr. Romney still lost.

happy2bhere
clearfield, UT

And so did the country. That was Anns point.

Bored to the point of THIS!
Ogden, UT

Wasn't Mitt Romney the real founder of the health care law? If I remember correctly, and I do, Mitt started the system in Mass. and even said multiple times (look on youtube) that it would be good for the whole country?

I know, I know... he changed his mind when he had to in order to get the Republican nomination. For Ann to say Mitt would have gotten rid of it is a little hinky. It's easy to say what you would have done, if...

In my line of work (coaching), we call that an "arm chair quarterback".

NeilT
Clearfield, UT

Vilifying goes both ways. Obama has been the most vilified president in our nations history. I was hoping Romney would take the high ground and rise above the vilifying and mud slinging. I was disappointed. Partisan politics is destroying our country. George Washington warned about political parties. Politics is all about hypocrisy.

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