Romney on Hannity: Obama’s Presidency has been a Failure



And stay tuned to see Mitt on Hannity again Friday night to make his closing argument before Saturday’s Nevada Caucuses.

UPDATE: Mitt On Friday


Donald Trumps Talked up Mitt on Hannity as well.



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5 Responses to Romney on Hannity: Obama’s Presidency has been a Failure

  1. RosaMaria says:

    I believe in Mr. Romney. He is the only candidate that will be able to beat Mr. Obama. Go Mitt go! I am calling people to support you. We are working hard in Hawaii so we can also deliver this state to you.

  2. Mike in LV says:

    This was an awesome interview. It really explains the negative ads and why they worked. Don’t blame the candidate for revealing truth, truth backed by politifact, fact checkers and the washington post. its also sad to see Newt crying about rules after they don’t work for him.

  3. Stefany Clark says:

    Mitt needs to focus on Obama’s failures but ALSO his successes! Obama has succeeded in shredding the constitution through appointing Czars and appointees, Fast and Furious, jeapardizing our military through cutting their budget and leaking information, cramming through Obamacare, literally bowing to foreign leaders, Solyndra, mandates to the Catholic church, vetoing a pipeline worth oil and 20,000 jobs, and improving his golf game!!!! Mitt: It’s not only Obama’s failures, but his successes that are destroying the American way of life.

  4. Ken Smith says:

    I’m a Republican precinct committeeperson in Colorado who needs to be sold, because I read John McCain’s briefing book. Frankly, having Bain Capital on your resume is a bit like having Bandini, Lambert, and Locke (the Mob law firm in the Tom Cruise movie) on it. The slogan should read: “Government doesn’t kill jobs; ROMNEY does!” McCain’s briefing book is over thirty pages of the most chilling pieces (from p. 134 onward) you will read this year (at http://www.scribd.com/fullscreen/78582788).

    Coloradans know that Bain’s Sports Authority didn’t create any jobs; it merely bought up regional companies like Gart Bros. In calling Romney a “vulture capitalist,” Rick Perry was short of the mark: whereas vultures only feast on the dead, parasites like Romney ripped viable enterprises apart, stole money from workers’ pension plans, committed Medicare fraud, feasted on governmental handouts, and floated junk bonds. Bottom line, Bain’s business model was theft. John McCain has no moral fiber at all — the only fiber he has, he gets from Metamucil — but I will not fall on my sword for a parasite.

    One is left to wonder how a Mormon — I have great respect for most LDS believers, having worked for an LDS accounting firm, and know them to be uncommonly honest — could be so completely bereft of a soul. And precisely what skills will Romney be able to draw on from his lifetime of theft — a business model he has since denounced as immoral, and decried as inappropriate for the United States to engage in — that will make him a competent CEO of a for-profit government?

    This tragic fruit fell a long way from the tree. The family bid’ness has always been running for office — his father was governor of Michigan, and wife Lenore ran for the Senate — but his father George (my parents knew him well enough to attend his funeral) was a man of sterling character and a champion of both civil rights and environmentalism when it wasn’t all that fashionable. While I would have no reservations about supporting his father, this rapacious rodent — appropriately, named Willard (see the 1972 movie) — leaves a lot to be desired in my mind. I jumped ship on the swindler Scott McInnis in 2010, and will support Obama in 2012 if this man is our nominee and the questions raised by the briefing book’s facts are not adequately answered.

    Let’s see ALL the tax returns, Willard. Your dad was a man of character, and had nothing to hide. A TRUE Mormon would do no less.

  5. Ken Smith says:

    Mike in LV :
    This was an awesome interview. It really explains the negative ads and why they worked. Don’t blame the candidate for revealing truth, truth backed by politifact, fact checkers and the washington post. its also sad to see Newt crying about rules after they don’t work for him.

    When your choices are a Freddie Mac lobbyist and the business world’s equivalent of Freddie Krueger, you probably don’t want the truth to come out. Don’t forget that the WaPo isn’t too kind to Romney, either. And yes, it is almost certainly the truth.

    Let’s see ALL the tax returns, Mitt. Your father was a Mormon — a stand-up guy — and he was as transparent as any Presidential candidate in history. If you had nothing to hide, you wouldn’t have stashed money in the Caymans.