mitt romney

Yes, I Am Entitled

Sometimes, you have to step into the ring, actually prepared to fight.

During this week’s presidential election debate, I expected the President to step into the ring – up to the podium, as it were – and fight.

I expected him to defend his opponent’s recent attack on the “47 percent.”

I expected him to defend hard-working Americans against elitist attitudes.

I expected him to defend me – and millions of people, who like me, are unemployed through no fault of our own.

He didn’t.

Instead, he stammered.

He looked down.

PoliticsInColor: RNC News Roundup

Here are some headlines from the 2012 RNC:  Michael Cottman - Going Nuts?

NewsOne: Why Romney's Deficit Vow is Shallow? Was Romney Upstaged by a chair?

New Website: What is Mitt's Secret

PITTSBURGH, Aug. 27, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The United Steelworkers (USW) today unveiled a new website,, to bring attention to the very serious issue of the Republican presidential candidate refusing to publicly release his tax returns.

On the site, visitors can use the #WhatsMittsSecret Twitter hashtag to take a guess at what could be in Mitt Romney's returns. If they don't have Twitter, they can submit their ideas via an online form.

Will Romney Use Race-Baiting Tactics?

African-Americans have been played cheap, politically. Republican politicians assume Black voters are naïve and blindly loyal to the Democratic Party. Black voters are neither blindly loyal or naïve. Instead, Black voters have followed their political interests even when those choices were limited. History provides the examples. The present election proves the point.

Romney’s Lack of Blacks

Just over a month ago Mitt Romney addressed the NAACP during their national convention.  I thought Romney’s speech was horrible and quite a waste of time because he said nothing that would be of any interest to the Black community.  You can read that column at:

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