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Romney Camp Discussing Toure's "N*iggerization" Remarks With MSNBC Executives

Earl50 Wrote: Aug 17, 2012 12:33 PM
What exactly is the importance of his taxes? I could care less and want to know his views on fiscal and social issues. How will he govern if elected? Who will be in his administration? What kind of policies will he pursue to resolve the issues of unemployment, the soaring deficit, entitlement programs that are on course for bankruptcy, dependence on foreign sources of energy, national security and national defense. On any of these measures he will be infinitely better than the current duo that occupies the White House. If I had to claim I supported such a miserable failure as a President I suppose I would want to talk about anything other than his own record. Won't work this time.

According to Breitbart News, the Romney campaign isn't too happy with MSNBC host Toure's racial comments on The Cycle yesterday and is discussing the issue with network executives.

The Mitt Romney campaign is privately addressing a racially-charged attack from MSNBC host Touré, sources say.

Speaking to Breitbart News, a Romney spokesperson stated, "We are discussing this matter with network executives at MSNBC."