The numbers are in and the Oval Office dreams of failed GOP presidential candidate, Mitt Romney, ended with a number that he’s extremely familiar with:
According to Associated Press calculations, Romney managed to convince only 47.2 percent of voters that he was the right man to steer the country through war, recession, fiscal cliffs and debt ceilings. What a fitting end to the political career of a man who basically called 47 percent of the country leeches on the government who expect politicians to buy their votes.
No, not wealthy government leeches, like Goldmann Sachs and other Wall Street bankers who continue to enjoy bonuses while wading waist deep in predatory lending practices that almost caused the economy to collapse. He meant people living in poverty who have the nerve to expect things like, you know, healthcare so they won’t die.
As previously reported by NewsOne, Romney said that it’s not his job to care about the 47% of Americans who dare to feel entitled to things such as food, housing and healthcare because “those people” are victims who will undoubtedly vote for President Barack Obama:
doesn’t come out right,” Romney said. “In this case, I said something that’s just completely wrong.”
“When I become president it will be about helping the 100 percent,” he assured Hannity.
Well, that didn’t happen, now did it, Rom-Con?
But make sure you thank the 47 percent who voted for you.