Mitt Romney Claims that Black People Just Love Him to Death
Mitt Romney released a video this week proving, beyond any doubt, that his vision is in complete alignment with the bulk of the African American community. Ol Mitt has stepped up with an ad featuring his recent speech to the NAACP, showing the speech to be clear evidence that he has the boldness to share his vision with an African American audience and that the audiences love him for it.
In the video, there is a black woman who is more than happy to say that ”Governor Romney’s speech hit the nail on the head. We have a nation that’s suffering economically. He wants to provide an equal opportunity to every American.”
The image is not a random black woman, it is Rep. Stefani Carter out of Dallas, who is likely more than happy to get the political brownie points that come with being a proud black member of the Republican Party. We fully expect that Carter will be running for Governor or something in the near future.
“We need in our next president, someone who will be honest and open and transparent,” says another black woman in the video, whose voice is heard in the backdrop of more video of Romney patiently listening to a group of concerned African American voters. One thing that the Romney video doesn’t show is the chorus of boos he received when saying that he was going to repeal President Obama’s healthcare reform plan. Another thing they failed to mention is that Stefani was a Republican plant, not a random citizen in support of her beloved Mitt Romney.
Finally, there is the interesting part of the video where it appears that a group of happy African Americans are giving Romney a standing ovation. We don’t remember that part of the speech, but with the power of video editing, anything is possible. This video contained more special effects than the latest Spiderman film, putting all those Super Pac dollars to work.
Propaganda at its finest in the 2012 presidential election. But did you expect anything else? Want to see how much you need Mitt Romney? Then check out the video below.
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