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Can a bully ever become a trusted President?


Mitt Romney wants to be president but admits to bullying a gay teenage student. As the report goes, Romney didn't like the bleach blond hair of the student draped over one eye so he tackled him, pinned him to the ground and cut off his hair as the boy cried for help. Is this just a youthful prank or can Romney be trusted to lead all citizens of the USA fairly?

 

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William A. Howard IV (wmhoward4) says

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    Joan King 5 years ago

    Not understandign what you are saying. Little did I know that my simple question would result in rants andnot answers.


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    Joan King 5 years ago

    Do you hold eating dog against a billion people in the world? Do you know how many times you ate dog and didn't know it? Get serious.


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    Joan King 5 years ago

    Yes I have read it and I am glad you have. The difference is that Mitt Romney was an adult when he held down a gay young man and forceably cut off his hair. he should have known better.There is a difference between a child and an adult.


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    Catherine Tally (cat on a soapbox) 5 years ago

    Perhaps we need a Presidential Candidate Qualifications Manual. It could rival the size of the Healthcare Reform Bill which was just under 2,000 pages.


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    Sheila (Conservative Lady) 5 years ago

    Very True!

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    Joan King 5 years ago

    A childish prank is much different than what Mitt Romney did as an adult - forceably holding down a gay student and cutting off his hair as he screamed for help.


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    Joan King 5 years ago

    Touchy! touchy! Do I smell fear?

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    Joan King 5 years ago

    The question is about Romney bullying a gay student. If you have proof of what you are saying about Obama write a hub about it. I only deal in facts.


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    Joan King 5 years ago

    Yes I guess it was ok to believe in the right to have several wives on religious grounds not so long ago, but not in the right of the gay community to choose a partner for life or to even live their lives without being bullied. Can one trust a bully?


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