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Do you think Mit Romney is being honest when he discusses his plans or answers a question?
Watch Mit Romney's eyes when he answeres a question or makes a statement that is untrue or inaccurate. While he manages to appear calm, pay attention to his eyes. When he is not being honest he starts to blink fast almost uncontrollably.
"Mitt" with two "t"s. He is a salesman giving a pitch. He says whatever he thinks the audience wants to hear. Notice in the most recent debate he didn't mention Obamacare too much because its becoming more popular as people start to understand it.
Obama slammed him last night in the debates with earnest, honest passion for the middle class. Romney saying he is for the 100% when we all know what he says behind closed doors is the biggest joke of all.
Romney's biggest problem is that you can't flip America. You can't go in, throw poor people under the bus and sell off the assets.
Thanks for the correction, my iPad auto corrected Mitt Romney's name and I did I not catch it.
I have finally figured out that Romney wants the Presidency so badly that he will say or do anything to get it. He is not to be trusted. I found him inaccurate, rude, wife dependent and father worshiping...he clearly has some mental issues that will make it impossible for him to run this country. He has been caught in countless lies and misstatements and I really wonder how he would do when confronted with a world leader at a tense time. The biggest worry I have about him is that he is way too anxious to send us into another war.
I would describe him as evasive--maybe not dishonest, but by being evasive, i.e., not offering any details are substance, he is certainly not being completely honest.
That was the most evasive way I could think of to day No to the original question.
by Rev Bruce S Noll HMN5 years ago
Do you believe our elected officials are being honest with us?There is so much information concerning impending financial and environmental crises, do you feel out government warrants out full faith and trust?
by jaydawg80821 months ago
Is it better to lie than to hurt someone's feelings for being honest?
by American View5 years ago
Obama Campaing never learn, keep taking things out of context, spinning them and then present them in a false light.http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/10 … political/
by peanutroaster5 years ago
Do we know enough about Romney's faith?Has Romney answered important questions about his Mormonism? Does he believes his churches teaching that women are subservient creatures, that blacks are inferior souls, or...
by Jean Bakula5 years ago
I thought Mrs. Romney was very artificial and stiff. The things she said about all the roles we women play were true, but more for our Mother's generation. She was discussing things like helping the kids write the book...
by Charles5 years ago
Does he really think that the solution to the dwindling social security fund is to privatize it? Perhaps it would be a better idea to return the money that has been "borrowed" without our consent? ...
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