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Mitt Romney: Hurricane Sandy Was Really Unfair to Me — VIDEO


Mitt Romney surfaced again this week in an interview with Gloria Borger in which he spoke about his failed campaign and the incidents along the way, such as the 47% video, and Hurricane Sandy...

"And there were other things that didn’t help my campaign, either. Obviously a hurricane with a week to go before the election stalled our campaign."

Romney doesn't blame Christie, however.

"No, no, no… No. No, no...I — I wish the hurricane hadn’t have happened…when it did, because it gave the President a chance to be presidential, and to be out showing sympathy for folks. That’s one of the advantages of incumbency. But, you know, you don’t look back and worry about each little thing, and how could that have been different. You look forward."


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  1. "I wish the hurricane hadn’t have happened…when it did."

    God hates you, Mittens. And so do I, you self-centered prick.

    Posted by: Mark | Jun 9, 2013 8:41:48 AM

  2. Good lord, Mittens has had a lot of work done lately

    Posted by: Snottyboy | Jun 9, 2013 9:10:44 AM

  3. Yes, Mitt, the hurricane was God's way of saying that in no way would he allow you to become President.

    Posted by: Joe | Jun 9, 2013 10:19:37 AM

  4. Romney allowed Obama to share the spotlight with Chris Christie. During a disaster, Romney was no where to be found near New Yawk and New Jersey. Instead he was doing the tired old typical Republican moves: campaigning in Ohio and swing states. That to me shows a lack of integrity. He should have put the blue state/ red state divide aside and showed compassion for those devastated by Sandy. At such a move might have motivated voters in the very swing states where he focused.

    Posted by: Andrew | Jun 9, 2013 1:31:25 PM

  5. Mitt's face in that photo looks eerily like a young George W. Frightening.

    Posted by: Jack M | Jun 10, 2013 9:32:29 AM

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