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7 Incredible Personal Stories About Mitt Romney That You May Not Know

Carol171 Wrote: Sep 25, 2012 11:17 AM
Your putting your own spin on it. That was not what he meant and you know it. Grasping at straws again. And the following comment. It is laughable. Where did you get that line from? Mitt spent his time in a French palace during the Vietnam war??????????? That is about one of the most absurd things I have ever heard. Your trying to get into the comedy scene, right????? Mitt Romney spent two years of his life serving a Mission for his church in France. He paid for it himself. What have you ever done for your church or your fellow men? Again. Maybe you and Obama can go into business together next year. He can sing and have the ladies swooning all over him and you can introduce him with your comedy act. Good luck Gordon.
GordonSm3 Wrote: Sep 25, 2012 12:02 PM
Thanks Carol, I am not a church person, as a kid I was forced to attend church 3 times a week, twice in Sunday and again on Wednesday evenings. No I did not serve my church by spending two years in France, I served my country by doing 4 years in the Navy before college and four more in the Army after. In nice places to, like the Persian Gulf, Guatemala, Panama, Korea, Japan, the Philippines and Thailand. I wasn't ruffing it for two whole years in the French countryside. The thing is, just because you don't agree with someone Carol, it does not really invalidate their life experiences or make them less of an American.

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