Romney Interview: Being President Would Be “An Apprenticeship” For Obama

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Mitt Romney has seemingly disappeared off the campaign trail, but in an Interview hosted by Ahsley Martella on Newsmax.TV, Romney comes out in full support of John McCain while also suggesting that he may run again for the conservative nomination in 2012. As for Obama, he states that he has the most liberal voting record in the country and that his inexperience makes it look like he is running for the apprenticeship of the United States. Romney states that Barack Obama has done almost nothing in government and that Americans generally want a known commodity.

On the whole, I feel that Romney mellowed his commentary and took an acceptably conservative stance on immigration and offshore drilling. At the end of the clip, however, you can catch how Romney alludes to himself as the young and energetic candidate who could win the election in 2012 or 2016, which I thought was at least mildly tacky.

Hope you enjoy,

-Chris


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  2. McCain-Romney is the best ticket today, in my opinion.

  3. I can’t take seriously any candidate who tried to build part of his campaign momentum on anti-France rhetoric.

    “First not France”? How sadly juvenile and pathetic Romney showed himself to be. I guess the social liberalism and sexual permissiveness was just too much for him to take.

    As for the demeaning and derogatory remarks about Obama—calling him an apprentice is nothing less than demeaning and derogatory—that is to be expected. Nothing is beneath the Republicans in this race, and I expect to hear more allusions to Obama being a Muslim/Arab; a terrorist; Black and thus unintelligent and dishonest; and the list goes on and on.

    It’s OK to criticize a man on his merits or foibles but the conservatives seem hellbent on using Obama’s skin color, name, and ancestry to try to discredit him.

    How sad.

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