Monday, December 24, 2012

Sour Grapes ~ Tagg Romney Says Mitt Didn't REALLY Want to be President


He wanted to be president less than anyone I’ve met in my life. He had no desire to . . . run. If he could have found someone else to take his place . . . he would have been ecstatic to step aside. He is a very private person who loves his family deeply and wants to be with them, but he has deep faith in God and he loves his country, but he doesn’t love the attention.
~ Mitt Romney's son, Tagg, on the Boston Globe

That White House is probably sour anyway.
~ comment by Vicomtepicabia on NY Mag

Well if he's that indecisive and easily coerced he probably would have been a crappy prez anyway.
~ comment by Flawsmosis on NY Mag

Do the Romneys have no shame? The billions of dollars they spent running for an office they never wanted to run for could have fed half the world!
~ comment by SayItAintSo on NY Mag

Yeah, he didn't want it...he just ran for the office for 8 years.
~ comment by Soma on NY Mag

His other son, Hideandseek, concurred.
~ comment by AdmiralAngy on NY Mag

Is that why he went after his GOP opponents so relentlessly?
~ comment by Tiffany NE Patriots on The Hill

Oh boo hoo whine whine excuse excuse BS BS
GOP = Clowns
~ comment by Francis on The Hill

Wow, the BS meter just shattered.
~ comment by NNem93 on Huffington Post

~ comment by Iam HerMom on Huffington Post

The job did not meet his salary requirements.
~ comment by Peppers Dad on Huffington Post

More proof that our electoral system is just a hobby for rich dilettantes.
~ comment by dogman44 on Huffington Post

He wanted to add President of the Free World to his bad you could smell it!!
~ comment by Narfertiti on Huffington Post

He so didn't want the job ~ he only wrote an acceptance speech...
~ comment by byronic on Huffington Post

Your Father bothered us for ten years running for Prez, spent countless billions in the process, made major fools out of every member of his family, exposed corporate greed like never before, told the world how the rich really feel about the poor and the middle class, and all along, he really didn't want to be President?
You are equal, in your absurdity, to any heights your dad achieved in the area of the absurd.
Sounds to me like SOUR GRAPES.
~ comment by Mateo Smith on Huffington Post

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