"The Hill" news outlet said today that Mitt Romney repudiated a proposal by a Republican-leaning group to attack President Obama in commercials for his former ties to Reverend Jeremiah Wright saying the focus should be on the candidates respective records. Romney went on to say that President Obama's campaign has been focused on "character assassination" for questioning Romney's business practices while working at Bain Capital. Being an out-of-touch multi-multi-millionaire, Romney must not be use to people questioning his actions. Because most people wouldn't consider questions about a candidate's business record to be "character assassination." Especially in an election year centered on the economy.
It's ironic to hear Mitt Romney complain about "character assassination" in the first place when he said on Sean Hannity's show earlier this year that President Obama wants America to be "less Christian." According to "The Hill," Romney said, "I’m not sure which is worse, him [Obama] listening to Rev. Wright or him saying that we must be a less Christian nation."
TPJ: Mitt Romney needs his brain examined if he thinks questions about his business record are unfair, "character assassinations" but accusing President Obama of purging Christianity from America is acceptable!! Oh, and what happened to being the classy guy and avoiding the Jeremiah Wright issue? It seems he'll tell the general public that he'll avoid attacking the president's religious affiliations but do the opposite when he's around his conservative buddies. In other words, he change positions depending on the crowd he's addressing. Besides, does Mitt Romney really want us to make the candidate's personal religious beliefs a valid consideration in this presidential election? Because as a former Mormon, I can tell you all kinds of things about Romney's beliefs that you might find shocking.
According to, "The Hill" news outlet, when asked about his comments to Sean Hannity, Romney replied, "I'm not familiar with precisely what I said, but I stand by what I said, whatever it was," Romney said.
TPJ: How can he not remember saying something so momentous as accusing the president of saying that we, "must be a less Christian nation?!!" And, what kind of leader stands by whatever they said in the past, even though they can't remember what they said.?!! Finally, if Romney is such a "positive campaigner" then why did he air highly-negative ads during the Republican Party's primary election? He is a shameless fraud who must think we're too stupid to notice. His money might be able to buy negative ads but he can't hide from the truth, and sooner or later people will notice that you can't trust Mitt Romney to be who he says he'll be.
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