Why Is Ann Romney Worried About Her Husband's Mental Health?

Ann's Biggest Worry Should Mitt Become President

In an interview with Nevada's KTVN on September 29th, Ann Romney confided in the reporter that should her husband become President, her biggest concern is for his mental health. If she's scared, I am terrified. If she, as his spouse, has concerns about Mitt's stability or possible inability to handle the emotional pressures of the office, the American people need to wonder why. Does Ann know something that the electorate doesn't?

When it was revealed that while Mitt Romney was a student at Stanford, he used to dress up in a policeman's uniform, put a fake police light on top of his car, and pretend to be a policeman, I questioned his emotional stability. When people pretend to be members of law enforcement, it raises serious doubts about their mental health. When I was in college, I knew someone who did the same thing. He is now a convicted, imprisoned sex offender.

When Mitt Romney was in high school, he assaulted a fellow student that he thought might be gay. That bullying incident made me question whether or not Romney had a personality disorder.

And now, Ann Romney says that if Mitt becomes president, she is most concerned about his mental health. Why did she say that? Has Mitt had mental health issues in the past that have been kept from us? Has Mitt had psychiatric treatment? Or have there been times that Ann Romney thought that her husband was too pressured and needed assistance?

We Know That Romney Lies, But Ann Sees That Daily

All people lie, and Ann has watched her husband do that on a daily basis, so that is probably not the part of his mental health or emotional stability that concerns her. I want to know what her concern is. I want her to fully explain her comments. If Romney becomes the president, he would be commander-in-chief. He would have the power and the means to blow up the world, many times over.

I know. He would have to be crazy to do something like that, but it is his own wife who brought up the subject of Mitt's mental health...

I am now less concerned with Mitt Romney's tax records. I want to see his psychiatric records.

It's No Secret, I Am Not A Romney Supporter

Anyone who has ever read anything I have written knows full well that I am not a fan of Mitt Romney. I don't like him one little bit!

I am NOT, however, the one who has questioned his emotional stability or mental fragility. His own wife has done that and I want to know why...

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amillar 4 years ago from Scotland, UK

It seems the mental health of an electorate who'd put him into power is a bit suspect too.

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wmhoward4 4 years ago from Baltimore Maryland (USA)

What a sorry stretch. Get some help.

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Jillian Barclay 4 years ago from California, USA Author

Dear Amillar,

How is life in Scotland these days? I hope you are well! Yes, we have talked before about the mental health of the American electorate many times...


Thank you for your concern about my mental health, but the more pressing concern should be why Mrs. Romney is worried about her husband's...

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Jo_Goldsmith11 4 years ago

I wanted to stop in and let you know I am tweeting the heck out of this hub! I can't believe I *forgot* myself the Sept interview where Mrs. Romney expressed her concerns. I wish the campaign would *jump* on this important opportunity. The American people should find out how *mentally competent* this man really is! Voted up again too.

Great article!

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Jillian Barclay 4 years ago from California, USA Author

Hi, Jo!

I really wonder why she said it- just wish that the reporter had pushed for more information.

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