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Romney Turns Campaign Rally Into Disaster Relief Event

CRobertson Wrote: Oct 31, 2012 7:30 AM
Ya know I am pretty tired of the judgement libs pass on Romney, who in the heck do you think you are? What "charity god" did you descend from that you and the left wing media think that only money is all that it will take to help these people, who are you to say that one cannot donate water, diapers, batteries, etc to those who need help. These people do not need to wait for the FEMA or Red Cross to decide how to spend the $$$ that mostly republicans will donate (libs show they talk a good talk but they do not walk the walk). The govt run distribution of needs it sorely lacking and too little too late. Let people help the way they want to help. Just go to your room and be quiet.
malrogers Wrote: Nov 03, 2012 9:22 AM
Good post. Cheap skate Biden gave $300.00 to charity last year.

As you already know, Mitt Romney cancelled campaign events Monday and Tuesday in light of Hurricane Sandy however, he is planning to hold a disaster relief event in Ohio Tuesday afternoon, which was originally supposed to be a campaign rally.

Romney early today bagged plans to go to Lima and Dayton Tuesday, citing Hurricane Sandy. But his campaign just sent a release: Tomorrow’s event in Dayton is on – this time as a disaster relief event where Romney may make brief remarks. The campaign is encouraging attendees to bring disaster relief supplies to the event.