To me, it looks like somebody just explained the facts of life to him.....
"Look Mitt, Its over.....How many times we have to tell you that you were Never meant to win.........
In fact, the GOP has run you in both races where we were MEANT to be defeated......it reinforces the illusuion of democracy that way...."
"I know I know, it sad when NOBODY LIKES YOU, but cheer up...we get to win next time ...........just not with you........."
The amount of money in ones bank account has no bearing on his character.
Just because they are rich, does not make them a saint, nor does it make them the devil
The reaction to “rich people” by people like the ones on this board have always got me. They automatically act as though someone that has lots
money is in some sort of evil league of overloads. Like they are from some other world.
He was born the same way we all was.
He has won many battles.
He has lost many battles.
He has earned money.
He has been given money.
He has spent money.
He has lost money.
He has family.
He has friends.
He has enemies.
He has people that love him.
He has people that like him
He has people that hate him.
He has been helped by many people.
He has helped many people.
He has things he wants to do.
He has things he wishes he hadn’t done.
He has things that he forever wishes he had done.
For he has learned the lessons in life.
He was willing to do all he could to help.
All people had to do was say yes.
But it is not to be.
People will have to learn the same lessons he has.
They will have to learn the same way he did.
The hard way.
For he was fully willing to answer the call.
For that he has done all he can.
He is not responsible for other people’s failure to listen.
In the end…….
He is not a devil,
He is not a saint.
He is just a normal person, like you and me.
He is just someone that is trying to live on this god forsaken world like everyone else, one day at a time.
For that, he should have our respect.
The respect that everyone deserves.
You may like him, or hate him, but give him the respect he deserves, nothing more, nothing less.
For a vid I think fits here.
edit on 21-11-2012 by Mr Tranny because: (no reason given)
No, it's a new thing. I do worry about this 2nd term, with the radical transformation of amerika and such. All that talk of revolution has swiftly
become 'let's kill the rich people', as evidenced on the thread by CJ regarding Papa John's Pizza founder.
For some reason I thought people were upset about those who destroyed the Constitution. If you look at the Papa John's thread, you'll see a bunch of
junior strelnikov's, chomping at the bit to 'line them up against the wall'. They truly believe that by having someone else's money, they will find
keys to happiness, joy, and primordial wonder. Oh...rich persons can reach depression and despair like no one else can. Look at some of those
abominations they call their homes. It's like, OK, I got past the point of being 'Chuck', who smells faintly of bleach from some janitorial function
he just performed (thanks, ayn rand), but I never found the depths of wonder I was seeing in the corner of my eye when I was a child. All that money
will not buy one jot of spirit.
Without the basics, nothing matters. Chances are that many rich persons are as lost as anyone else, if not even more so, in terms of life-spirit. You
can't put the cart before the horse.
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Romney was the pawn they sacrificed. A mormon running against a charismatic sitting president? That is a poor bet. The republicans kept heir powder
dry for the 2016 election. I doubt he is disappointed much.
this man looks beaten and as a christian woman.. I say that no matter what happened or how our political beliefs are that we should at least throw out
positive energy his way to help him. I don't think kicking the dog when he is down is necessary!
I don't understand this snarky "I see Romney can pump his own gas" thing.
Firstly, I don't know his personal background, whether he was from an 'entitled' home, but when someone learns to drive, they also pump their own
gas. It's not hard. I don't even drive and I fill my friends cars up if they need me to.
Second, I was under the impression that the days of pump attendants were long gone?
I would say without a shadow of a doubt this was Romney.
In fact, the picture reminds me of an episode of Dr Who were the Dr is talking to whoever the prime minister woman is (not the most attentive TV
watcher), and he says to her that he has four little words that can end her time in parliament. "Doesn't She Look Tired?"
He does look tired, and I know I would be. If I siphoned off a large amount of money to put into campaigns that got me nowhere, I'd be pretty haggard
The dude pumps his own gas and you get down on him. And yet, if he was being driven by someone else you'd get down on him for being elite.
People aren't 'picture perfect' every minute of the day. I could post some WHOPPER pictures of Obama looking dead dog tired and detatched. Maybe
I should .. and post some sensational headline about it .....
And yes ... I'm sure he's disappointed. Wouldn't you be??
Well it looks as though he was getting some gas after his trip to Disney...He seems to be wearing the same shirt..
Yesterday this streak of relative normalcy continued as Mitt plus two more generations of the Romney clan went to the Happiest Place On Earth.
Sure, his outfit says "leadership-building retreat" more than "family vacation," but at least the paparazzi stalking him caught him making some
pretty great expressions. And amusement park-goers were pretty amused by the whole thing:
Originally posted by subjectzero
Couple of jerks, aren't you. I hope the next time you're at your lowest someone stomps on your neck.
Remember Mitt Romney when it happens.
So this is a valid low point in life for someone??
If losing a Presidential election, as well as losing some of his small change that he could EASILY AFFORD to gamble away on said election in attempt
to win it, puts the guy "at his lowest", then his life is TRULY a WONDERFUL JOY beyond 99.99999999999999% of all people on the planet.
Most peoples "lowest point in life" includes such things as, I dunno, MAYBE stuff like going hungry for extended periods of time while fearing
starvation and death for themselves and their children...
...loosing their JOB to SCUMBAGS such as the ROMNEY'S OF THE COUNTRY causing them and their children to become HOMELESS. Homeless due to SCUMBAGS who
are nothing but SELL-OUTS to the American workers just to satisfy their BURNING DESIRE to have a NEVER-ENDING amount of money that couldnt be spent in
a thousand lifetimes. More money than can ever be spent, but yet it is somehow worth it to the ROMNEY'S OF THE COUNTRY who have no problem causing so
many others to be at their "lowest points in life".
In my opinion, there is NOTHING "LOW ENOUGH" that can happen to all of the ROMNEY'S OF THE WORLD that would NOT be FUNNY.
His "lowest point in life" is still a ZILLION TIMES BETTER THAN ANYONE ELSE'S HIGHEST POINTS IN LIFE. No sympathy for this fella.
So if this is Romney, this is all that I have to say ---->
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Looks like he is about ready to reach into the trunk, grab a tire iron and bop the photog in the
head for taking his picture.
Actually the person that took the photo says he had a brief conversation with him before they both left...
The Redditor, mkb95, says the photo was snapped in his home town of La Jolla, California, where Romney does indeed own a home, He says he chatted
up Romney, who was obviously without security guards or drivers, for a few minutes, before they both went on their way.
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