September 26, 2012

Once again, the most unwelcome phrase in Romney headquarters, via Andrew Kaczynski: Speaking at a St. Patrick's Day breakfast in Boston in 2005, then Governor of Massachusetts, Mitt Romey spoke of his childhood ambitions, “When I was a boy, I used to think that becoming rich and becoming famous would make me happy. Boy was I right.”

There's not so much wrong with childhood dreams, but at this time for Mitt Romney, with the release of the leaked "47%" tapes, and pretty much anytime he opens his mouth he's coming across as either an idiot or an asshole. This video, which shows Romney’s need for fame and fortune certainly isn't going to endear him to voters, it only serves to amplify Romney's disdain for the majority of Americans.

Here's an extended version :

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