Friday, January 13, 2012

Film about Romney Paints Disturbing Picture

It takes a considerable amount of intelligence, connections, confidence, and cash to put yourself in a position to battle friends you know will evolve into ferocious foes. When you all want the same job and feel your resume certainly qualifies you to take the position, the good, bad and ugly boil over quickly.  If it knocks a few numbers off Mitt Romney’s momentum, Newt Gingrich is undoubtedly ready to dig into Romney’s past, as they both seek to unseat President Barack Obama in November.
“When Mitt Romney Came to Town,” a documentary with a Michael Moore feel, a “Today Show” touch, sealed with a sprinkle of authentic documentary-style shooting, paints Romney as a vulture who carries a hatchet and butchers the hopes, dreams and pride of average working-class Americans. The film, reportedly released by pro-Newt Gingrich PAC “Winning Our Future” puts a microscope on Romney’s past in an attempt to diminish his future as a republican 2012 presidential candidate. The film, complete with testimonials of people who loss jobs in numerous cities, following what may be viewed as the reign of Romney in corporate or corrupt America turns over nasty stones. I wonder if voters will see the film as relevant to encouraging or discouraging them to board the Romney train.
Here’s a link to "When Mitt Romney Came To Town": What do you think about the film? Is it sensational, just part of the race or a necessary tool to educate people about a politician who says he’s exceptionally supportive of small businesses and the American middle-class?
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