Friday, November 02, 2012

Mitt Romney seriously loses his cool while discussing his Mormon faith on talk radio.

Okay we have been asking for awhile who is the REAL Mitt Romney.

Well here he is folks, and he is and ASSHOLE!

Update: I have learned that Romney did NOT know that he was being videotaped during this exchange. Essentially, just like the 47% comments, THAT is when you see the real Mitt Romney. And once you do you realize why he keeps his true personality hidden from the voters.

Update: If video won't play for you try clicking here.

112 comments:

  1. Here's the real Mitt under a tiny amount of stress, and he's about to blow a gasket because he's questioned about the details of only one of his many inconsistent statements or positions.

    I can see why Ann is worried about his health.

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    1. Anonymous5:37 AM

      Ditto -- she said his "mental health" was her main concern if he were elected.
      Imagine being in a meeting and trying to present an opposing point of view. Imagine having him for a boss.
      This was in a softball local radio interview, where he couldn't think fast enough to gloss over the Mormonism part of the question and move onto politics. "Who are you questioning -- me, who's been a bishop and a high-muckity-muck when you don't know nothing? I'm taking my ball and going home."

      Wow. He's not very smart; just brainwashed.

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    2. Anonymous6:41 AM

      I can see him coming home to Ann after a hard day of campaigning and doing a similar rant to explain to Ann what dunderheads the rest of us are. Similar or worse. Day after day.

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    3. He really doesn't like it when he's challenged or contradicted, does he? He must be a nightmare to live with unless you cater to his every mood and whim.
      M from MD

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    4. if your religion was the only topic they cared about you would be mad too! Ive watched it people think they know more about Mormonism than an actual Mormon it idiotic and ignorant he wants to help bring back America from the brink of destruction.. you want to know about a jew ask a Rabi if you want to know about a catholic ask a priest you wanna know about a baptist ask the preacher but you wanna know about a Mormon ask anyone they think they know all the answers instead of finding a missionary and trust me they are believable everywhere they just believe fiction that's so beyond believe its ridiculous.. i believe in freedom of speech and freedom of religion vote for who you believe is the right Canad not because your a sheep and just following the majority

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  2. Anonymous4:34 AM

    It sure is stressful trying to be someone that you're not.

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    1. Cracklin Charlie6:01 AM

      That was the real Mitt.

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  3. All I can say is, this man is dangerously unhinged, and a blowhard with anger issues. Another mask has been ripped off and I hope this video makes it to all of the msm in the next 48hr cycle. You can just imagine how he treats others professionally and personally, behind closed doors when he gets challenged or cornered. For all of those who are Romney's supporters who may be reading these words; Caveat emptor.

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    1. Anonymous10:20 AM

      Compare the scrutiny President Obama has been under for the past years and all the negative he has endured from the media, extreme right, racists, anti Muslims, etc. He has NEVER reacted to any of the crap except with leveled and non defensive reponses when he has even responded (which hasn't been much!).

      Romney would never be able to handle it as is consistently being proven. He doesn't have the balls or temperment to be POTUS!

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  4. angela5:06 AM

    Wow! Mitt can take NO stress at all----even from someone who agrees with him. This man should not be anywhere near the codes. I don't think it would take too much to push him over. And for someone who isn't running as a Mormon he sure lets his Mormon faith help him shelter fifteen years of taxes.

    Dangerous lunatic.

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  5. Olivia5:09 AM

    You can see why he avoids interviews. He has a serious issue with self control. Can you imagine if he had to deal with even 10% of the questions and accusations that President Obama faces constantly? It does make you wonder about his mental stability.

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  6. Anonymous5:10 AM

    I read an article about when he was in charge of the olympics in Salt Lake City. He was stuck in traffic, leaped out of his car and took over after screaming obsenities at the police officer trying to direct traffic. The F word flew, from this holier-than-thou religious person. I watch his wife when he is around and I seriously think she is afraid of him.

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    1. angela5:51 AM

      How about when he got arrested in the boat harbor for being a douche--again?

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  7. Anonymous5:11 AM

    So he gets to NOT run on his wacky religion, but Obama had to disavow his pastor to get the right to shut up? And a number of idiots still think he is Muslim, which to me is far preferable to Mormon anyway. Yes Mitt is a hothead. He will lose.

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  8. Anonymous5:16 AM

    Typical CEO type who can't stand being questioned. He does not have the personality for this job. Period.

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    1. Leland6:05 AM

      One problem with that: A successful CEO is one who LISTENS to and even asks for opposing views!

      Of course, one can beg the question by asking if he WAS a successful CEO.

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    2. Anonymous10:12 AM

      6:05 After having watched Romney all this time, I really question if he actually did the duties of a CEO. I suspect his temperment is such that he held the position in name only and the rest of the group ran Bain. He had the money, so perhaps they made him look and feel as though he was running things. I cannot imagine him having handled the problems that running a major company takes. I think the man is a lying fraud!

      And, I do not think he is fit to be POTUS. Ann has already warned/hinted that he has problems.

      I find him to be nothing more than a man of privilege with zero respect for others.

      OBAMA/BIDEN 2012

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    3. Anonymous3:03 PM

      i agree with anon at 10:12 am and in fact have been saying this for several months now. there is nothing in his behavior that leads me to believe he has the capacity to run a company and generate 100's of millions of dollars in consulting fees. i wouldn't hire him to handle a simple divorce.

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  9. Anonymous5:20 AM

    When ever I hear Mitt talk, he sounds like he is on the verge of hysteria, desperate,almost out of control. watch the way he walks, compare this to the way Obama walks, talks, relates to people.I believe Mitt, is going to have a breakdown, some day.

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    1. Anonymous6:04 AM

      Very, very tightly wound. He sounds as though he is trying to convince HIMSELF that he believes in Mormonism, doesn't he?

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    2. Anonymous11:44 AM

      he already did, twice. Once at Stanford because he wasn't Mr. BMOC and once when Ann dated other people while he was in France. Why the fuck haven't his medical records been released? Is he pulling yet another Palin?????

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  10. Anonymous5:20 AM

    I can understand how Mitt feels.

    When my magic underwear gets all twisted and I get a major wedgie, I hate to answer questions from the little people as well. How dare the peons question us in the ruling class this way!

    Don't they understand that we like to fire people?

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    1. Anonymous11:51 AM

      "Ugh, You People!!"

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    2. Anonymous12:23 PM

      ROFLMAO!!!

      It's Mitt the Twit, doing what he does best.

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  11. Pat in MA5:27 AM

    Classic CEO bully - "don't you know who I am?" "I know more about (insert topic here) than you!!!" What a petty, arrogant ass.

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  12. Anonymous5:29 AM

    Spoiled, entitled, sociopathic brat with anger management issues... all his adult life he has been told that he is "the one" and it looks like all "you people" are trying to steal away his rightful inheritance!

    God help us if the R's are able to steal this election. We'll be in a post-nuclear wasteland by Feb. 1st

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  13. Anonymous5:30 AM

    Interesting tape. The only time I've ever seen Romney address his religion. Also scary. He has the thinnest skin imaginable for a potential president, even thinner than John McCain's.

    And then the flip-flopping just in those few minutes on abortion. While in front of the microphone Romney is trying to look pro-choice, sort of - at least with respect to non-Mormons. When he thinks he's not being recorded he states that he always behaved in an anti-choice way while governor of Massachusetts so that he is always consistent with his Mormon beliefs.

    By the way, the Mormon belief thing is beyond the beyond! I don't think that most Americans have a clue at how crazy that group is.

    And, as a postscript, the radio interlocutor's statement about Sen. Kennedy and Sen. Harkin is a little misleading. Pro-choice people are not also pro-abortion; they are above all pro-children and want the best for children who are living, breathing people. Mitt Romney and his "pro-life" pals don't care at all about children or their families once the child is born. No money for healthcare, no money for education, no jobs programs, no health or environmental regulations, and on and on.
    Beaglemom

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    1. Anonymous6:28 AM

      Re Mitt's flip flopping
      It is interesting how people will latch onto one position defending Mitt changed his mind dismissing his ongoing flips, flops, stealing credit and rewriting history. The red flag with Mitt is that he lies denying his last position on issues. He is not to be believed.

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    2. Anonymous6:34 AM

      Pro-choice and anti-choice are far more accurate terms, because we are all pro-life and anti-abortion.

      We define these giant issues differently, of course.

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    3. Anonymous6:50 AM

      Everyone is pro-choice. It's just that some people think the legislature chooses better than the person with the uterus.

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    4. @Anon 6:34, Anon 6:50

      Two of the most poignant, perceptive comments in the entire history of this discussion.

      Word!

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    5. @Anon 6:34 am and Anon 6:50 am

      Two of the most perceptive, poignant comments in the entire history of this discussion.

      Word!

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  14. Anonymous5:40 AM

    To think that the interviewer actually agrees with him. I wonder who the interviewer is voting or voted for.

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    1. Anonymous12:24 PM

      I think that interviewer is just trying to calm him down so he can continue the interview.

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  15. Anonymous5:42 AM

    I think it is faux rage. The 18 year old Mormon missionaries are trained to continue to expound in the face of scorn and disbelief. Romney can probably keep up the charade for hours. He no more believes that nonsense than I do. It's theater.

    What Romney does believe in is his inherent superiority over women. That part is not an act. Control of women is both his birthright and his pleasure. I had hoped this election would have given us an unscripted Romney telling us what his god has in mind for women.

    I guess I'll just have to be content with Romney's consigning 47% of American's to despised whining victims.

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    1. Leland6:21 AM

      I have a very simple way of handling the young Mormons who try their proselytizing on me. I laugh and tell them I wouldn't accept ANY religion, let alone one as ignorant and insulting and stupid as Mormonism.

      Then I cut them off, either by shutting the door or walking away.

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    2. I tell them I'm a witch (which is actually true), and give them the hairy eyeball. Mean? Perhaps. But as a young, involuntarily fundamentalist child I, too, spent far too much of my time forcing religious materials on the unsuspecting and unwilling. I'm not mean or rude. But neither am I welcoming when the proselytizers are adults and arrive with the attitude that they have the answers to what "ails" me.

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    3. Anonymous7:04 AM

      You sound like someone with a very open mind

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    4. Anonymous8:32 AM

      Are you suggesting, 7:04, that we all invite those young missionaries into our homes to hear what they have to say? No thank you. I've read up about Mormonism, so I know what it's all about and I want no part of it. Furthermore, if I was interested in getting religion (which I'm not), I'll seek it out myself.

      So, when I see those young men at my door, I politely say, "no thank you," and if they won't accept it, I shut the door in their faces.

      The process of proselytizing is uncomfortable, awkward, insulting, and invasive.

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    5. Anonymous11:48 AM

      We have Mormon neighbors and they sent their missionaries to our house, they should know better as they have been told MANY times we are diehard atheists and my daughter was sexually abused by Mormon boys in UT at age 6. Do they stop , NO, not even with what they know to be people hostile, to the extreme, against their religion and even when they have been told a dozen times to cut it the fuck out (yes those words exactly).
      Another case, a neighbor girl, age 14, went to some of their family nights out just for some company and food (her family is pretty poor). The girl moved away but the Mormon neighbors gave the missionaries in MI her name, phone number, address, and where she went to school. They never fucking let go.

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    6. Anonymous12:27 PM

      Number one, Mitt's missionary days were a long time ago and he looks to be out of practice.

      Number two, maybe Mitt never was a very good missionary to start with.

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    7. as an ex-Mormon, I know that a lot of these missionaries are treated like pack mules for the Church. The mission either makes or breaks their faith. I read a testimony from a return missionary who was sent abroad and when he got sick with meningitis, the mission president in the area refused to give him back his passport and just had him go to the local hospital (which was... shall we say sub-par at best).
      With his weakened immune system and the poor health care/sanitation in the area, he lost 60lbs in his two years there and constantly had fevers. He wasn't told he had had meningitis until the day he left for home on the plane. The mission president told him he hadn't disclosed his illness to him because he wanted him to stay; and had prevented him from writing to his mother (a NURSE) because he was afraid if she knew his symptoms she would demand he come home.
      When the missionaries come to my door, I pity them. You can always tell who is the "new guy" because he's cheery, upbeat, asks all the same questions and can't take no for an answer. His spirit hasn't been broken yet and he thinks people are dying to open the door and hear him spout off the word of God. I explain my whole family is mormon, I was born and raised and am no longer in the Church. When they (unfailingly) ask why I left, I'm quite frank: "I was abused by my family and was threatened with excommunication by the bishop if I didn't recover from anorexia."
      As much as I want to tell them off, they're just sheep.

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  16. Anonymous5:48 AM

    It is blatantly apparent that this man has anger issues and lacks the temperament to be commander in chief. I would even go farther and suggest that he suffers from ego disorder...either narcissistic delusion or hystrionic disorder. Clearly queen annie unmasked his mental illness and we now know precisely why he cannot give interviews before the election. This man believes himself to be a king or god himself.

    He needs a straight jacket and some serious psychotropic meds...along with an extended visit with his secret money in the caymans!

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  17. Anonymous5:48 AM

    i think the video of the interview is from 2007 - saw it on another website - gryphen can you provide a link to the video later cause it won't play. thx

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  18. Anonymous5:50 AM

    We saw Mitt's anger when he was presented with fact about "act of terror". Mitt's entitled to lie to get what he wants. When his lies are called out or misinformation he doubles down. He thinks nothing of throwing GM and Chrysler under the bus while lying he is the one to help the auto industry.

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  19. Cracklin Charlie5:51 AM

    I can tell you from experience that Mormons do NOT like it when anyone questions ANY aspect of their faith. They take any question, or remark, as an attack on Mormonism. Makes you wonder what they're so afraid of, if they don't want to answer very simple, basic questions.

    But in that video, I noticed that Mittens has a very practiced, and very aggressive manner of explaining the Mormon beliefs he was asked about. He knows Mormon theology backwards and forwards, but he has trouble figuring out why people like Big Bird. Can you imagine him trying to convert someone? I think I would rather face interrogation in a Turkish prison.

    Obama 2012!

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    1. Anonymous6:04 AM

      My visiting Mormon missionaries aren't aggressive when I counter with my own beliefs. When I get to the part where God is a women and that men should be castrated after having 2 children, those politely aggressive young "elders" retreat in panic. Try it sometime, it's a great laugh.

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    2. Anonymous6:08 AM

      Wow. I have seen Scientologists with a more measured, sane response to questions than this tool.

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    3. You are so right. Anytime I've ever asked a mormon acquaintance about any thing Mormon they don't just act evasive, they get angry and defensive. It's a sign of cultism. They really don't understand their own reasons and "beliefs" towards this phony religion.

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    4. Anonymous7:54 AM

      We have friends who rejected their Mormon beliefs many years ago. However if anyone asks them a question about Mormonism, they both clam up and get amazingly defensive, considering that they have been away from their church (I almost wrote cult) for so long.

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    5. Cracklin Charlie8:29 AM

      6:04...LOL!

      I may have to try that, since I live in the missionary training grounds.

      But...what if they revoke my baptism by proxy? I won't make it to Kolob.

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  20. Crystal Sage6:16 AM

    You can't ask me questions about Mormonism; I'm running for president for cripes' sake. Don't ask me for my tax records; I'm running for president. I can't have illegals mowing my lawn; I'm running for president, don't you know?

    In the meantime, Romney's BFF is demanding that President Obama produce his birth certificate, college records etc .

    Wake up, America.

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  21. Leland6:17 AM

    The thing that scares me the most about this is one simple fact: He actually BELIEVES this shit!

    Now, I, personally, am an atheist. I feel all organized religion is a waste of time and is only there as a way of CONTROL. But of all the crap I have seen and heard and read and studied (and yes, I have STUDIED!) Mormonism is the most dangerous (not to mention the most ignorant!) of all of them.

    Please note, in deference to those who have FAITH rather than dogma, I am not talking about ALL Christians or Muslims or whatever. Just the religion itself and its hatred and intolerance and violence.

    This man wears the face of a fanatic and, as I have said many times, fanaticism for ANY reason is dangerous.

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    1. Anonymous10:37 AM

      Totally agree with you Leland. But have to add...Scientology is probably right up there with mormonism. It's a very dangerous cult that I spent some time investigating a few years ago.

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    2. Anonymous11:30 AM

      Scientology is worse. I have Mormon relatives and have never had a problem. No proseletizing, no defensiveness; I once discussed reincarnation with one of them and she was totally open to it. I once discussed astrology with the missionaries who came by and they thought it was intriguing.

      I guess a lot of it depends on the individual. The insecure ones need definite beliefs and answers, and go all defensive on you if you question any of what the church has taught them to believe. The ones truly secure within themselves are a bit more open minded.

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  22. Anonymous6:22 AM

    So Jesus will rule from Missouri. What a relief! I was afraid it would be Kansas.

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    1. Silly Anonymous! Don't you know we're not in Kansas anymore? Well, neither is Jesus!

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    2. Anonymous9:58 AM

      It has to be said - Jesus isn't in most lives in the USA anymore. Mine included! The USA is becoming less and less christian and I blame it totally on these bible thumping hypocrites that push religion upon us - even in our government!!

      I've run into too many supposed 'christians' (Palin comes to mind) that push their beliefs and faith and you quickly learn they are the furthest away from what they try to project. You see the lies, the fact they cheat in so many ways, steal, have marriages that are total farces, cheat on their mates, are frauds, horrible parents and on and on.

      Poor Princess Ann - she is protecting Romney and does as her cult instructs - the wife is subservient and is a baby machine!

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  23. Anonymous6:24 AM

    The same churlish entitled asswipe he's been probably since he was a child. Snake oil hustling motherfucker ought to be tarred and feathered.

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  24. Whoa--the guy's a verbal bully, isn't he? He responds to any sort of dissenting view by basically turning into a steamroller. I saw it in the debates, and here it is again. He simply refuses to acknowledge that by definition a conversation is TWO or MORE people talking--it is not Mittens, laying down the law.

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    1. Anonymous7:55 AM

      I agree with you. Mitt Romney is a bully - through and through.
      Beaglemom

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    2. Anonymous11:54 AM

      Physical bully as a young man,

      A rich, powerful verbal bully as an older man.

      pathetic.

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    3. Which in retrospect makes Obama's victory in the 2nd debate that much sweeter. Obama refused to be steamrolled.
      M from MD

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  25. Whoa--the guy's a verbal bully, isn't he? He responds to any sort of dissenting view by basically turning into a steamroller. I saw it in the debates, and here it is again. He simply refuses to acknowledge that by definition a conversation is TWO or MORE people talking--it is not Mittens, laying down the law.

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  26. Anonymous7:11 AM

    Looks like Mitt is hyperactive and loses control suddenly. If he can't handle an interview like this, how is he going to handle one of the most stressful jobs on earth?

    That display tells he's not ready. People like Mitt get insulted when they are vetted. People like Mitt and Sarah want people to just love them based on how wonderful they say they are. If people don't blindly trust them, they get terribly insulted. These kind of people believe so much in their 'wonderfulness' that they go into shock when the rest of the little people don't follow.

    Mitt sounds like a guy who has to be constantly enabled and cowtowed to. His staff must have to walk gently and appease his every whim. I think Ann Romney was worried about his mental well-being in the event that someone might tell him, "no".

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    1. Anonymous7:57 AM

      I understand that when he was governor of Massachusetts, he never got acquainted with members of the Legislature, most of whom were Democrats. He could never operate in a bi-partisan manner. President Obama has done everything to work with the Republicans. They have been as obdurate as Mitt Romney.

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    2. Cracklin Charlie8:21 AM

      Most Mormons are this way when questioned even slightly about their religion. They are "carefully taught" to be very defensive toward their beliefs from a young age.

      When you consider that he is a Mormon of stratospheric rank and influence within his religious community, it is not hard to imagine how vehemently he would react to defend his "church".

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    3. "I think Ann Romney was worried about his mental well-being in the event that someone might tell him, "no"."
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      I think Ann might be even more concerned about *her* mental well-being if Mitt has to put up with sometimes being told "no."

      He may not be physically abusive, but it is clear that he is that lovely sort of person that gets off on tearing people to shreds verbally and emotionally.

      What a delight to be the one that greets Mr. Happy at the door at the end of the day if everything did not go exactly his way.

      He is an angry, angry bully.

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    4. Anonymous10:02 AM

      '''If he can't handle an interview like this, how is he going to handle one of the most stressful jobs on earth? '''

      Being President of the US IS THE most stressful job on earth.

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  27. hedgewytch7:17 AM

    Where are the behavioral psychologists? I'm not one, but even I can see the raging megalomania, the paranoia, the entitlement complex, and a heaping tablespoon of insecurity.

    God help us if this man gets anywhere near a seat of political power again!

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    1. Anonymous8:24 PM

      I've long believed that Romney was a volatile, self-absorbed, arrogant bully. However, the more I see of him the more convinced I am that he has some serious mental illness.

      God help us if he gets into the White House. WWIII, here we come!

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  28. Anonymous7:39 AM

    I swear, I just don't understand how people can believe stuff some guy pulled directly out of his ass. Oh, but Joe adds, "this is what God told me". Ok, well in that case...

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  29. Anonymous7:45 AM

    Mormons belong to a weird freakish cult that is no better than scientology.

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  30. Anonymous7:47 AM

    Clearly Mitt Romney is not mentally fit to be commander in chief. He is totally unstable and most likely suffers from dementia, brain damage or some kind of senility.

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  31. Anonymous8:00 AM

    Mormons are obsessed with the notion that they're persecuted. It's interesting how little attention has been paid to it. It's also interesting how quickly the fundies forgot their pledge to never vote for a "non-christian".

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  32. Anonymous8:06 AM

    I want to know if he is wearing his sacred undergarments. I always ask about THAT, when the young guys come to my door.

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  33. Anonymous8:12 AM

    Long article on the secrets inside Mormonism and why Romney is a pathological liar, by design.

    http://www.slate.com/articles/life/faithbased/2012/11/d_michael_quinn_and_mormon_excommunication_the_complicated_life_of_a_mormon.single.html

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  34. Anonymous8:22 AM

    GIRLS? Women are GIRLS???

    "If I was beaten up time and time again in Boston because I encouraged 'girls' NOT to get abortions..."

    The above quote for me is telling: He refers to all women as "girls" seeking abortions ---it's clear he's not referring to underage women seeking abortions. Paternalistic, misogynistic Mormonism right there, folks.

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      Yes, that line about girls was very troubling indeed. I guess women of child bearing age are all girls to the men making decisions for them.

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  35. Anonymous8:35 AM

    This, ladies and gentlemen, is the best the Republicans can do.

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  36. Anonymous8:49 AM

    This is THE Bishop Mitt that threatened & harassed the married mother of three who was going to have an abortion to save her life, with the full permission of the Stake President who was a Dr. Romney all but called her a liar, gave her further insults & even went to her parents and tried to pressure them into convincing her not to have an abortion even though it would cost her her life & leave her three living children without a mother.

    He's a psychopath of the worst kind.

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    1. FOUR living children. Otherwise, I cheer your every word!

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  37. Anonymous8:53 AM

    Can only imagine his attitude with a woman interviewer. Rachel Maddow would have him choking on his sacred panties!

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    1. Anonymous10:42 AM

      It would never happen, he'd walk off the show within the first 2 mins. like a pouty angry control freak. He has some of the same characteristics of O'reilly.

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    2. Anonymous12:18 PM

      Rachel Maddow would clean his clock w/excellent questions and "scaredy cat Mittens" is afraid of her!

      Romney is a friggin mess and so is his running mate. Frauds both of them, I say!!

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    3. Anonymous8:27 PM

      He'd never demean himself enough to go on a show with a (gay, Democratic) woman interviewer.

      Not to mention the fact that he's no doubt terrified of being questioned by her...and rightly so!

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  38. Anonymous8:55 AM

    A complete and total douchebag!

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  39. Anonymous9:41 AM

    This video is from the 08 campaign, and I believe this is a big reason why he doesn't discuss his faith anymore. I've long said that he's so used to being listened to and obeyed as a Mormon male/bishop/stake president and CEO that he can't handle anyone questioning him or telling him no. I would love to have a video of him when he finds out Barack Obama has been reelected (please, please, PLEASE let it happen!).

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  40. Anonymous9:42 AM

    You can tell he was a CEO and leader in his church. His words should be taken over anyone elses - so he thinks. He has zero respect for others. He interrupts constantly, gets up like he is leaving when he isn't and on and on. If I'd have worked for this guy I'd have quit quickly!

    He NEVER should be voted into the White House. Can you imagine him w/the heads of state in Europe, etc.? President Obama has earned their respect already (except for Israel and don't forget that Romney is personal friends w/their head!) and Romney would come in and totally screw things up!

    What an asshole and jerk - both Romney and Ryan!

    OBAMA/BIDEN 2012

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  41. Mormon, hell! Mitt's positively Jesuitical.

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  42. Anonymous10:21 AM

    I watched this video yesterday and feel it should go viral as it shows the real side of Romney when he thinks he's off camera. This guy is not a cool and calm person that should ever see the doorstep of the whitehouse. He shows a very controlling manner and quite frankly it scares the crap out of me. Especially when it comes down to foreign affairs. With confirmation from his wife and sons that he needs to be cooled down and that she is the one that has to do it, it should be quite frightening to Americans that he could be commander in charge.

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  43. Anonymous10:26 AM

    I sure hope Bill Maher has some fun with this video tonight. Please Gryph, I don't get HBO so can you post a link tomorrow if he should happen to bring this up in his show. Thanks :)

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  44. Anonymous10:32 AM

    What a huffy little pissant! How DARE anyone question him or take him to task, he is the tyranical boss we all shudder to find ourselves facing. A pussy bully, a thin-skinned viper, and hissyfit throwing, pathetically small man who has coasted on his false life narrative his entire life, until he hit the national spotlight and slowly but surely he is being revealed for the fraud that he is.

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  45. Anonymous11:45 AM

    Why does nobody, including people on this blog, refer to him by his legal name, Willard? I notice the right wing nuts all call President Obama, "Barack Hussein Obama," but none of them refer to Romney as Willard Mitt Romney. After all, Willard is his name.

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    1. Dis Gusted12:21 PM

      Willard is a meek social misfit with a strange affinity for rats. He lives in a large mansion, with only his cranky and decrepit mother (wife) for company. 1971 movie

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    2. Anonymous2:09 PM

      Good point.

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    3. Also (are you joking??) the right wing blogs
      like to include Pres. Obama's middle name b/c
      it is Hussein.

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  46. Anonymous12:14 PM

    The only one who seems to call him by his real name is Lawrence O'Donnell on MSNBC. He really, really doesn't like him and is probably the most outspoken as to being anti Willard!

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    1. Anonymous2:00 PM

      Well whenever I post her I call it Willard.

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  47. Anonymous3:09 PM

    he said he broke other covenants, but not the one about abortion. wonder what he meant by that?

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    1. Anonymous3:27 PM

      Maybe he had a sip of wine while in France. Who knows!

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  48. Anonymous3:22 PM

    How could he possible not know he was being recorded? I've been on a local 2-bit radio show a couple of times and I EXPECT that it's recorded- heck I've even asked for the recording to send home to mom.

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  49. Anonymous4:03 PM

    They, also, prohibit IVF except, of course, in Romney's case??? Can't have it both ways, mittens.

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  50. Beldar J Conehead. CRE. ret.7:19 PM

    Question: when Jeebus rules mankind from Missouri - which coincidentally enough is where I would choose to rule from under similar circumstances - will it be from St. Louis - where He'll certainly enjoy the wonderful BBQ tradition and many jazz venues - or from Branson - which has a more casual lifestyle, great dinner theater, and the amazing violinist Shoji Tabuchi?

    I guess, being Jeebus, He could have a nice ranch kind of place - say... 30-40 acres - near Branson and also a sophisticated pied-à-terre in STL or even Chicago for when He tires of country living.

    Now that I think of it, what He really needs is a great real estate agent! But, as Mittens accurately points out, He'll have a thousand years to work out the details... So He's got that going for Him.

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    1. Anonymous11:05 PM

      No doubt BJC. Take the most extreme traits of the major Personality Disorders, roll them into a new diagnosis: Religious Nutjob Personality Disorder. Entitlement, narcissism, antisocial world view, keep going...

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  51. Anonymous8:31 PM

    Makes me appreciate the calm, cool, thoughtful, intelligent, deliberate, compassionate and open-minded man we currently have in the White House even more!

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  52. So proud of Mitt...he stands up for his religion and reminds us that he isn't running for President to discuss his Mormon beliefs. I wish someone would ask Obama about his Christian beliefs...

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    1. Rev. Beldar Aphasio Conehead, ret.10:51 AM

      "I wish someone would ask Obama about his Christian beliefs..."

      Did you read what your wrote before hitting publish? Perhaps you didn't intend to declare your pride in Mittens for NOT discussing his faith whilst inexplicably wishing someone WOULD ask President Obama about his. Over at the defunct Immoral Minority blog some pesky librul commentarians would refer to this as Palinesque Logic. Or typical conservative hypocrisy. Or just dumb.

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  53. Jesus returning from the dead? Give me a break.

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  54. Jesus is coming back? Holy crap, How's that work. Where has he been hiding out? Planet whacko?

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  55. Anonymous10:08 AM

    He sounds exactly like my Mormon principal and board members, who also do not take well to being challenged in any way. Just think what this interview would have been like if the interviewer had been a woman--we'd really have seen the sparks fly then.

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  56. Anonymous3:08 AM

    Romney has never struck me as anything but a control freak who's three great priorities are, money, money, and lastly, money.

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