Another Mitt Romney Gaffe

October 23, 2007 at 12:43 pm | Posted in Mit Romney, Mitt Romney | 6 Comments

Was this purposeful?

During a speech today, former Gov. Mitt Romney (R-MA) said, “Actually, just look at what Osam — Barack Obama — said just yesterday. Barack Obama, calling on radicals, jihadists of all different types, to come together in Iraq.” Kevin Madden, a Romney spokesman, claimed Romney “misspoke” both times. “He was referring to the audiotape of Osama bin Laden and misspoke.”

Is this the quality of a presidential candidate, who lowers himself to childish 7th grade insults? He is supposedly talking about Osama Bin Laden’s tape, but says Barack Obama’s name TWICE! This was no “misspeak.” Are you really that childish, Mr. Romney? You were a stake president for crying out loud! Is this how a stake president acts? What a dope.

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  1. I agree with this comment:

    Well he needs to apologize for misrepresenting a U.S Senator as a terrorist.

  2. Not so fast ….actually Billary loves it and Ted Kennedy makes the same EXACT Osama/Obama mistake …just go to YouTube …so remove first the beam in your eye …..DumocRat!

  3. Come on, dan. Are you really putting Mitt Romney into the same category as Ted Kennedy? It seems that you would expect Mitt to be held to a higher standard. Is he smarter than Teddy? I think all would agree to that. Is he better versed and better spoken? Also I think that would be unanimous. That leaves it being an honest mistake (possibly) or intentional political misinformation. With the complete change in Romney’s politics in the last 6 years, I’m not sure. I’d like to give the guy the benefit of the doubt, but he just keep saying stupid things, some of which seem very intentional.

  4. heh, asking me to remove the beam from my own eye while calling me names. Hypocrisy, I greet thee.

  5. Where did my comment go, Daniel?

  6. Not here. 🙂


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