An Integrity Test For Senator Romney

Well played, Tulsi!

Let’s see if Mitt has the integrity and character to apologize. If so, he had better do it soon. Will he? I’m guessing that he will eat the metaphorical crow.

6 thoughts on “An Integrity Test For Senator Romney

  1. As I said before, “former Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii isn’t holding back her punches”. Her whole speech was similar with full frontal punches one after another.

    P.S. I either watched or listened to almost the entire hearing from the time that Gabbard started until the hearing was adjourned. I missed the speeches from Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa and Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., I’m going to look up their speeches when I get the time.

  2. Mitt Romney has nothing to gain from apologizing and nothing to lose from not apologizing. He is a has-been who is going to be remembered by Republicans as disloyal and by Democrats as any other Republican. Self-awareness does not seem to be a big thing with him though, because he himself was attacked by Harry Reid (D-Hell) with lies. I hope he does apologize, if only to show that he believes treason is not an accusation that should be thrown around lightly, which it shouldn’t, but if he doesn’t, I’m sure this will be quickly forgotten as the sideshow it is. Kudos to Tulsi for standing up to this unfair accusation, I think she is far more credible than Tammy Duckworth with her lame name-calling of “Cadet Bone-Spurs.”

  3. “Mitt, Mitt, Mitt. This is Bill Clinton. Here’s the deal. Tell ’em you called the lies treasonous, not her. You’re welcome.”

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