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Surprise: Video of Romney's '47 Percent' Remarks Mysteriously "Missing" Several Minutes

msmith204 Wrote: Sep 19, 2012 8:16 PM
I'm on the fence, a bit, about what Mitt Romney said that seems to have the media so upset recently. Actually, I'm only bothered by the fact that it may have come off a little harsh, and may have lacked eloquence. I would have rather he remind people that many politicians from both parties have lately realized that they stand to more easily win when they tell you what they (the government if they win) will do FOR you while taking less FROM you and more from the "other" guy (you know, those fat, ugly, rich, no-good, corporation owning, white guys). At a time when we are witness to socialist entitlements bankrupting Europe while their own citizens are unwilling to make any concessions, and when our own entitlement programs like Social Securi

Well, well, well.  The plot thickens:
 

The videos of Mitt Romney's remarks at a May fundraiser, released in full by Mother Jones yesterday, omit "one to two minutes" of the candidates remarks, the journalist who obtained the video told POLITICO. The omission comes between parts one and two of the video, following Romney's now famous remark that "“there are 47 percent who are with [President Barack Obama], who are dependent upon government, who believe that they are victims” and who would never vote for him. Part one ends with Romney discussing the "47 percent," part...