Mitt Romney – full speech at CPAC

Romney GETS IT on the economy. He GETS IT on American exceptionalism. And he loves America (always a plus in our POTUS, eh?)

Courtesy of Freedom’s Lighthouse, who notes:

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NOTE: This video opens with Ann Romney’s introduction, followed by Mitt Romney’s speech, which begins at the 2:40 mark of the video.

2/11/11 – Here is complete video of Gov. Mitt Romney’s speech at CPAC today in Washington. Romney was introduced by his wife, Ann, who said she would like to see her husband lead America “as President of the United States.”

In his speech, Romney repeatedly hammered President Obama for his failed economic policies, and declared that American jobs will not return through “new rhetoric” from Obama, but only when America has a “new President.” Romney also spoke at length about America being an “exceptional” nation that has been blessed by God, and will continue to be so if we adhere to the founding principles of our nation.

He outlined the ways America has sacrificed so much to bring liberty and hope to the rest of the world, and then said “I will not and never will apologize for the United States of America,” unlike President Obama.


February 11, 2011. Tags: , , , , , , , , , . Economy, Faith, Finance, Foreclosures, Housing, Obama Administration, Politics, Taxes, Unemployment Statistics, Wall St.

One Comment

  1. Liberty replied:

    We all want Obama out of the White House, and there is no Republican nominee who can beat Obama. Except Paul. The only way to beat Obama is to steal his votes, and the only who who will do that is Paul. Obama only won the election because he got the Independent vote- it was anyone other than McCain/Palin. Independents and Democrats alike love Paul.
    This is a serious situation. We can’t just wait until 2016 when any old Republican is a shoe in. I fear the economy- and the dollar- will not last that long. It’s time we stop worrying about the reputation of the Republican party (who will be their puppet) and start worrying about the future of this country.
    Please, don’t give up on Ron Paul. Reconsider what you think you know about him- the media has not done a fair job. He was completely ignored in the 08 election.

    “Ron Paul is one of the outstanding leaders fighting for a stronger national defense. As a former Air Force officer, he knows well the needs of our armed forces, and he always puts them first. We need to keep him fighting for our country.”
    -Ronald Reagan


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