You told Michigan today that MICHIGAN IS IN YOUR DNA. How do you sleep at night?
DETROIT (Reuters) – Mitt Romney will demand more concessions to help hobbled U.S. automakers deal with soaring health care costs and the sharpest spike in mandated fuel efficiency standards in 30 years, according to excerpts from a speech obtained on Sunday. Romney, who is anxious to win the Michigan primary election on Tuesday after placing second in both Iowa and New Hampshire, plans to offer more details of his economic plan in a speech on Monday to the Detroit Economic Club.
Do you know how much you could have helped Michigan with the millions you have already spent on this Presidential campaign. You could have built a technical college in Detroit. You could have hired a staff of 10 to develop programs for the people who have lost their jobs. You could have flown in ONCE at least, and asked the Governor of that fine state: Hey Gov! I’m a MULTI MILLIONAIRE, need any help here in my home state? A good food bank, some new computers for the Library….some job training? Anything? Instead you shamefully come with your homeboy song and dance- when they are in deep shit, and ask for their FREAKING VOTE !!!!!!!! ARE YOU KIDDING ME ???? Even as your undecorated sons are cruisin through in their hot imports, while our MILITARY sons and daughters are getting gassed in the streets of Bagdad by BLACKWATER – the company whose Vice Chairman you have employed to be your National Security Advisor !!! What in thee great hell of all Alien HELLS are you and how did they get you to look so perfectly human?
Please forward the spread sheet of all you have done for Michigan to help those folks. Now would be good.
If you ever find your way into the White House……my sweet god in heaven help us. That the Mormon church, would, as a whole, blindly support this mess is beyond reason.
Tomorrow, I will come to a better place. But, tonight, I am damn mad and I wanted you to know how the little people feel. The ones you will never ever truly know.
I can’t talk right now. I need to breathe.