Yesterday Mitt Romney turned a previously scheduled campaign event in Ohio into a hurricane relief event. Romney asked supporters to bring canned goods and other supplies to help storm victims recover on the East Coast. He only spoke for ten minutes at the event and quickly jumped in to help load supplies. His campaign bus has been accepting hurricane relief donations since Monday in Northern Virginia. Sounds like a great idea right? Not according to MSNBC. Reporters and anchors at the far-left TV outlet were appalled at Romney's efforts to give back to the community, after all, his charity and...
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Am I correct that in these three videos Romney was excoriated for both continuing to campaign despite hurricane Sandy and for stopping his campaigning to help the victims of hurricane Sandy? And what was that nonsense about the storm did not hit Ohio? In the first place, it did though nowhere near as bad as other areas. More to the point, soliciting donations from those in the areas that were hit hardest isn't such a great idea is it? They're the victims that others should be helping. Like people in Ohio that were not hurt as bad. I get it that MSNBC is convinced Romney is just playing politics no matter what he does but the criticism should have some logical credibility.
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