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Nancy Pelosi: Romney Wanted to Get Booed at the NAACP...or Something

Spiceman0 Wrote: Jul 13, 2012 11:48 AM
My first impression is that this is what Nancy Pelosi would do to make an impression, rather the straight talk, as Mitt Romney did. He spoke his mind and revealed his position before The NAACP, and it was for the most part apprreciated by the majority. Letter to the Edotore of the National Post "Your influence for good is therefore felt and relied upon. However the article "Romney at the NAACP: tough crowd, tougher sell" by Nicholas Kamm did your paper injustice. As the URL source on Town is evidence. I heard the message and the Town Hall source is absolutely correct. Nicholas Kamm's cherry-picking the source to create conflict and division, is not what news is about, nor is it about re-writing history."

Yesterday Mitt Romney addressed the NAACP Convention in Houston, Texas. He received a standing ovation at the end of his remarks and appaluse throughout, but the majority of people and the media have chosen to focus on one particular instance during the speech when Romney received boos for promising to repeal ObamaCare. Now, Nancy Pelosi is claiming Romney planned and made a "calculated" move to get booed.

“I think it was a calculated move on his part to get booed at the NAACP convention," she told Bloomberg TV.