Really Mitt? Really?


Apparently Mitt Romney has never seen “Goldfinger”. He also seems to be trying his darn hardest to make sure the President Obama wins this election in a landslide. While expressing real and genuine emotion (who knew he had those?) for the safety of his wife Romney made an asinine statement about airplanes. He, in all seriousness, queried as to why, when the plane filled with smoke, the windows were made as to not be opened. It seems that while making a fortune outsourcing jobs and gutting American companies, Mr. Willard Romney never learned that when one is flying at 30,000 feet, there is a difference in air pressure between the inside and outside of the aircraft. If Mrs. Romney had been able to open the window to release some of the smoke, instead of a breath of fresh air, she likely would suffocated, had her lungs collapse, or been sucked out the airplane and fallen to a grizzly and messy death ala Auric Goldfinger. This man should not be taken seriously, and for the love of all that is holy, should never be president of the United States.


Evan Pritsos    

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One Response to Really Mitt? Really?

  1. Rev. Ed Bolella says:

    Gov. Romney is a non-ideological results driven moderate forced to become a Tea Party Conservative by the new GOP. think of that old line from the TV show “What’s My Line.” “Will the real Mitt Romney please stand up?”

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