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Mitt Romney's Character

bachcole Wrote: Sep 03, 2012 7:32 PM
I never met a Mormon I did not like, and I have met and lived with a lot of Mormons. I am not a Mormon. I will even go so far as to say that I don't think much of Mormon theology. But that makes no difference whatsoever. Theology does not matter; character does. I never met a Mormon whose character I did not admire.

If Barack Obama and David Axelrod had their druthers, every American voter would have a certain impression of Mitt Romney:  An exceedingly wealthy, secretive, greedy robber baron, using his substantial means to identify and exploit small businesses -- sucking them dry of capital, bankrupting them, and laying off all the hard-working employees, leaving a trail of human misery and destruction in his wake.  After distributing those pink slips, he cackles and rubs his hands together while depositing his obscene profits into his off-shore bank account somewhere, then it's on to the next victim.  This is the cartoon liberals have painted...