Romney Vaults into Lead – and That’s Before the Real Obama Emerged in Roanoke

Tax returns, is Romney a felon, and, you know, the interesting thing is that out there, where you live, nobody cares. Nobody cares about Romney and Bain Capital, at least in terms of whether or not he was a felon. Nobody cares about the villain in the movie Batman being named Bane. Nobody cares about Romney’s tax returns. Nobody cares what Obamacare is about.

In fact, this country is standing up in outrage over what Obama said. And by the way, you Democrats are trying to tell us that we took him out of context. They’re doubling down on this now. Elizabeth Warren is back doubling down on this whole notion that if you got a road in front of your business, that road and the people that built it are the reason you succeeded. You have nothing to do with it. She’s back; they’re doubling down on it.

The people of this country have finally seen what I’ve been trying to say for four years. I don’t mean to make this about me. I don’t have to try to make things about me. They’re gonna do that anyway. This is why I said, “I hope he fails.” This is who he’s always been. This is who Barack Obama is. And all this about how likable Obama is, what a great guy he is, he is snarky, he’s sneering, he’s angry when he made those statements in Roanoke, Virginia, last Friday night. For some reason, the truth emerged. He was irritated, fed up, tired, not supposed to be here in the polls. It wasn’t supposed to be this close. He was supposed to be way ahead, rocking on to a practically uncontested second term.



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