LOADING

Type to search

Featured GOP Presidential Candidates 2012 Presidential Candidates 2008

Mitt Romney – U.S. Senator (R-UT)

Share
Rate Now!

Bio: Willard Mitt Romney (born March 12, 1947) is an American businessman and politician. He was the 70th Governor of Massachusetts from 2003 to 2007 and is a candidate for the 2012 Republican Party presidential nomination. Read more

More on Mitt Romney;
Tags:

10 Comments

  1. mbeharry July 3, 2012

    You stand for nothing but money! You will say anything to get your way.

    Reply
  2. selim July 6, 2012

    His issue really does amuse me…while it also astounds me.
    It amuses me the the repubs want to talk about debt, considering that Reagan almost tripled the deficit setting a new and massive record fiscal deficit, which Bush went on to surpass. Then we had Dem Clinton and during his last 4 of 8 years we had a surplus and a chance to pay off the deficit.
    You are right about Reagan piling up the debt. But you are wrong about Clinton. There was no real surplus. He just raided the Social Security fund

    Reply
  3. zahid July 6, 2012

    I have read all about Mitt Romney (R) and its my pleasure to know about such a great man . I hope he will be elected next…

    Reply
  4. Kalpna Poudel July 6, 2012

    He was a very good governor of Massachusetts and i think he will be one of the best president of USA if he would be nominated and elected in President.

    Reply
  5. Phil October 11, 2012

    Another rich guy who has lived a pampered life and cannot relate to working people.
    What does he really stand for? He has been on both sides of most every issue so you don’t know who he really is.

    Reply
  6. Lawrence D. October 17, 2012

    Mitt Romney is a power hungry billionaire who is only running for president so he can add the position to his resume. He has no idea how to fix America.

    Reply
  7. L. Wilkinson October 17, 2012

    Mitt Romney, a man who parks his money in overseas accounts wants the American people to believe he has their best interest at heart. He is simply out of touch with the middle class. Anyone who feels that 47% of the American public are peasants beneath him looking for handouts is not fit to be president of the United States!
    L. Wilkinson

    Reply
  8. Ruth Martin October 19, 2012

    The issue of who would be the next best president gives me a feeling of unrest, for I do not really think either Obama or Romney are that great. Wish there was a third party that would truly want to fix this country, be honest about it all, and do it with the middle-class people’s best interests at heart. Sadly, I feel the neither parties deserve my vote.

    Reply
  9. John Q November 13, 2012

    Mitt Romney is a cheat in every respect. Born into money, he has had a silver spoon in his mouth since the day he opened his eyes. He’s a cheat in that he pays virtually zero taxes and invests in Chinese corporations while touting that the US is the greatest country in the world. Further, he’s not that much different from Obama. Health care requirement? Check. Pro-choice? Newt Gingrich was right when he said Romney was Obama lite, but at least Obama isn’t a liar. Forget lite soda, I’ll take the real deal please.

    Reply
  10. Diane Lane May 8, 2016

    Mitt Romney was my governor when I lived in Massachusetts, and I thought he did a decent job in that office. Because of that, I supported him when he was running for president. I’ve seen a whole different side of him since Trump has become a candidate, and I don’t like what I’m seeing. Threatening to withhold support of the presumptive nominee doesn’t fly with me, nor with my family and others I know who have supported Romney in the past. Many held their nose and voted for him when he was running, and I think he should afford Trump the same courtesy.

    Reply

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Pin It on Pinterest