Kira Pollack (@KiraPollack) September 27, 2012
Well, that oughta put a dent in the “Romney is a heartless monster” lapdoggery pushed by the liberal press.
Time dug up this achived photo of a young lovesick Mitt wooing future wife Ann. And woo he did:
[A]round 1968, while serving as a Mormon missionary in France, a young Mitt made several photographs with the help of his LDS friends. He described how the photo was taken, explaining that it was playfully staged for his high school girlfriend and soon-to-be wife, Ann Davies. Romney revealed that the photo is actually one of a series made during his time abroad.
Hey, girl. It’s Mitt.
The picture every girl wishes they would get. This from #Mitt to #Ann. lightbox.time.com/2012/09/27/mit… Enjoy @nettyvinny @Taylie_Elkow @Shmaggss—
Ethan Hollenberger (@EHollenberger) September 27, 2012
A photo so meme-worthy BuzzFeed couldn’t resist posting a “Send Your Own Mitt Romney Love Note” generator:
But never mind the heartwarming, romantic “awwww” factor. Romney was clearly a total creepster, according to this HuffPo editor.
Surprised Ann Romney didn't file for a restraining order when she saw that "I LOVE ANN" photo.—
Michael Hogan (@m1keh0gan) September 27, 2012
Aw, did Time interrupt your frantic preparations to visit the “it tasted like chocolate” plaque where the Obamas shared their first kiss?
The desperate attempt to spin the adorable photo as a mark against Romney continues with typical Mormon bashing and rehashing of the failed “draft dodger” attack:
You know that "I Love Ann" photo of Romney on the beach in France? That was taken while he was dodging the draft.—
Jonathan Jewel (@JonathanJewel) September 27, 2012
Um, no. What part of “we found a surprising photo in the archive” confuses you?
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