Funny thing how Romney's conversation with his like-minded friends brings out how he really feels about people. Some have said this would be a good time for him to pivot. But no, he decides to double down and claim his statements were't the most eloquent in that type of setting."Off the cuff" he called it.
And so he double downs and tell 47 percent of the people that they are moochers since they aren't going to vote for him anyway.
I hope that this is the end of his campaign. I hope that this is the end of tea party hate. I hope that this is the end of Congressional gridlock. I hope that this is the end of Citizens United.
Mitt's Romney's speech at the Florida fundraiser has been the first time he's been honest during his campaign. Peggy Noonan called it incompetance. I say that he finally told 47 percent of the Americans people how he truly loathes them. Mitt Romney did this, not his campaign. He told us a long time ago that he wasn't concerned about the poor, we just didn't understand what he meant.
So, the people who are not paying income taxes, the 47 percent, are not going to vote for him. These moochers are looking for freebies. Romney's comment was stupid and arrogant. Romney insulted his voter base. The Obama haters may not be voting for Mitt Romney after this.
On the Letterman Show, President Obama got it right. As President, you have to represent all of the people. In 2008, 47 percent of the people didn't vote for President Obama, but he made it clear that he would represent.