2012 Presidential Election, Barack Obama, Media, Mitt Romney

This Is What A President Sounds Like

Mitt Romney makes no excuses. He simply succeeds.

Are you tired of hearing a failed community organizer blame everyone but himself for his record?  Are you fed up with denials, lies, cover-ups, and double-speak?  We’ve suffered through nearly four years of a man who is in love with his own voice.  Yet, through the polished orations, all we’ve heard spewing from his lying lips is hollow, teleprompter-scripted, sniveling, excuse-making, partisan rhetoric.

Contrast that with Mitt Romney.  In the video below, you’ll hear a man who is exceptionally intelligent, extremely well-informed on both domestic and international issues, a man who owns his words, speaks from the heart, and offers real, proven executive experience.  You’ll see a man whose confidence comes not from a narcissistic sense of celebrity (like Barack Obama), but from years of success created by his own hard work and leadership.

In spite of the fact that he’s being grilled by a CNN hack who tries his best to lay trap after trap for Romney, the Republican candidate handles every attempt to push Obama’s talking points with class and depth…and he does it all without a teleprompter.

This is how a real leader acts.  This is how a real man acts.  This is our next president.



5 thoughts on “This Is What A President Sounds Like

  1. Now that is real class! Romney is presidential quality! He handled the interviewer’s loaded questions with ease, honesty, and respect. Thanks to the Red Pill and to Mr. Moray for sharing this positive view of Romney. We get sick of the negative constantly flowing from the MSM.

    Posted by AmericanMaid | September 27, 2012, 5:28 am
  2. Great example of a real leader and a decent man. I’m so sick of most of these journalists (and I use that term loosely) and their agendas. Until he got to the question about football, every single question sounded like it was written by Obama’s campaign teamm.

    Posted by Sherman | September 27, 2012, 7:26 am
  3. He was very quick and to the point with his answers. We need Mitt running this country.

    Posted by allison | September 27, 2012, 8:05 am
  4. Great answers. I like that he answered them quickly and honestly; much to the dismay of the interrogator…err…interviewer as evidenced by his defensive reactions to Romney’s answers. I also liked how Romney turned the question back on the interviewer when the interviewer started defending Obama’s welfare position. Compare that to the annoying cadence and trill of Obama. Forget policy, please vote that annoying voice out of office!

    Posted by Cucciolo | September 27, 2012, 5:26 pm
  5. Why won’t the media portray him as the intelligent, competent man that he is. I’m so tired of it.

    Posted by Ellis | September 29, 2012, 10:37 am

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