Mitt Romney on Iraq Being the Logical Response to 9/11

August 5, 2007 at 12:55 pm | Posted in 9/11, American politics, Iraq, Mit Romney, Mitt Romney, Republicans, secret combinations | 3 Comments

Here is more evidence to show that Mitt Romney, and I guess all those Republicans that still support Bush, just have no idea what they are talking about. From the recent Republican debate:

This morning’s Republican presidential candidate debate in Iowa was a relatively low-key affair, but this was one of the more unusual exchanges of the event. Following a question about ending the war in Iraq:

“Just come home,” dissented Texas Rep. Ron Paul, the lone advocate of a quick troop withdrawal on a presidential campaign debate stage. He said there had never been a good reason to go to war in the first place.

“Has he forgotten about 9/11?” interjected former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney.

Romney didn’t make clear why the attacks of Sept. 11 justify the war in Iraq, but he seemed oddly pleased with himself for making the comment.

Republicans have so strongly tied Iraq to 9/11 that even now they still see the war in Iraq as a sensible and logical response to 9/11 even though Iraq had absolutely nothing to do with it, and our enemies were not in Iraq. Is this the kind of person Americans want as the next president? Please!


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  1. I searched for 911, Mitt, Ron Paul, and ABC and got this… you pretty well summed up my thoughts of discontent with the debate moment. I too thought it was an insult to my intelligence. I feel as if these Republicans on stage (with the exception of Ron Paul) are all actors acting out a big bunch of misinformation. Unfortunately the misinformation has costed us 1/2 a trillion with Iraq alone.


  2. Sort of makes me ashamed to be a member of the same church as this guy. Mitt is really the most revolting type of political creature I can imagine. If he were elected President, he might become a worse president than Bush, difficult though that feat may appear.

  3. very interesting, but I don’t agree with you

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