A fantastic closing message from Mitt Romney’s campaign: Will you vote for revenge, as President Obama asked his supporters to do, or will you vote for love of country?

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  • MJScanlonOH

    My family, all 5 of 6 of voting age voted for love of country and Mitt Romney!

  • Ralphie85

    My family 7 of 7 voting “love of country”!

  • http://scentofhope.wordpress.com scentofhope

    Reblogged this on The Unapologetic Paleocon™.

  • WingedBishop

    My household of one is voting for love of country!

  • forcryingoutloud

    If I were voting out of a sense of revenge, it would be against Obama, not Romney. Romney hasn’t tried to run this country into the ground for the last four years.

    • Penmar

      Yeah, that was my thought exactly, forcryingoutloud!

  • SAndrews

    Perfect example of why Obama is the ‘Divider in Chief’.

  • stuckinIL4now

    I’ve heard it said that “living well is the best revenge” and what Obamuh supporters don’t understand is that he’s gotten his revenge for the past 4 years living well off them–American taxpayers (well the ones who are)–while they have not. So here’s to a vote for Romney–for love of country and living well.

  • Teritd

    What a perfect closing campaign message!!!!!

  • redheadgrl

    My President tells me to “vote for revenge”. My future President tells me to “vote for love of country”. 3 more days!.

  • jayross495

    Mr. Romney, stop using sound bites to twist the President’s words.The
    President told the American people that for all the intransigent GOP has
    done to stop the progress of the middle class, they have a civil
    opportunity for revenge by VOTING. We love the honesty and decency of
    the President. Your fake love = Greed; widening in-equality, disregard
    for climate change and women’s rights and the list goes on! Please tell
    your followers how you would help them and try honesty for a change!and before you respond check to see if you are one of those middle class members who may be affected.

    • soJa

      Fail

      Nobody is buying your line of bs any more than the president’s bs. You need to find a much dumber crowd to peddle this nonsense. Try msdnc or the lefty twitters.

    • soJa

      Fail

      Nobody is buying your line of bs any more than the president’s bs. You need to find a much dumber crowd to peddle this nonsense. Try msdnc or the lefty twitters.

    • disappearing moderate

      Is that you, Daffodil?

      Progress of the middle class- median household income down 5K during O’s tenure as president.

      Honesty and decency- politically motivated lies about Benghazi.

      Greed- Stimulus money handed out to O supporters for failed “green” projects.

      Climate change- people used to walk from Russia to Alaska, but all that changed before petroleum or coal industries, population growth, gaseous emissions from domesticated herd animals or Bush.

      Women- 12.5 unemployment rate.

    • disappearing moderate

      Is that you, Daffodil?

      Progress of the middle class- median household income down 5K during O’s tenure as president.

      Honesty and decency- politically motivated lies about Benghazi.

      Greed- Stimulus money handed out to O supporters for failed “green” projects.

      Climate change- people used to walk from Russia to Alaska, but all that changed before petroleum or coal industries, population growth, gaseous emissions from domesticated herd animals or Bush.

      Women- 12.5 unemployment rate.

    • fuskiegirl21

      You might want to attend high school and learn to spell.

    • fuskiegirl21

      You might want to attend high school and learn to spell.

    • GaryTheBrave

      Intransigent GOP? The House sent to the Senate nearly two dozen job-creation bills with truly BIPARTISAN SUPPORT (something that seems to be important to Dems), yet Harry Reid, of Harry and The Henderson’s fame, won’t let them be voted on the floor.

      When Paul Ryan becomes VP I hope he takes the role of President of the Senate seriously and take the gavel out of Harry’s gnarled fingers. Senate President Ryan has the authority to make committee assignments including Chairpersons. If the Chair of a committee does not want to cooperate then Ryan has the authority to change the roles.

      All Speaker Boehner asks for the Senate to have an up-or-down vote on these bills. Had Obambi told Reid to do so and they worked, unemployment would be significantly lower and O would be a hero. But, NO-O-O! Their partisanship just could not conceive of something that may work coming from the GOP-led House with, again, BIPARTISAN SUPPORT.

  • http://twitter.com/DaffodilTimes The Daffodil Times

    What Romney really meant was “love of rich people” because according to him, no one else matters.

    • mhojai

      Yeah, that’s why Romney has spet his life in genuine service to people, while jugears was nothing but a stae-supported rabble rouser — it’s sad, pathetic and shameful that you can’t recognize true decency any longer, but revel in your faux victimhood and class warfare.

      • http://twitter.com/DaffodilTimes The Daffodil Times

        Lol. Romney has spent a life in service to himself.

        • Marie

          No, it’s Obama and the Democrats who have spent their lives in service to themselves. They know damn well that welfare, etc do nothing to lift anyone from poverty. They founded welfare for the sole purpose of gaining and keeping the black vote, for example. They don’t care about people, they care about power. Romney has done a lot of charitable acts over the years and has donated far more money to charity than Obama or Biden have (also, the Mormon church does count as a charity as it has also done much good, along with Christian churches).

    • Marie

      Rich people have done much for this country. They’re the ones who provide jobs. Have you ever been hired by a poor person? I certainly haven’t. Poor people have done next to nothing for this country, and when I say “poor people” I am talking about the ones on welfare, food stamps or (fraudulently gained) “disability” who just sit around on their asses and do nothing.

  • mhojai

    “Obama told his supporters to vote for revenge. I tell people to vote for love of country.”
    I truly feel sorry for you if you can’t see the difference

  • $34609613

    Obama’s smart enough to know saying, “REVENGE” might incite riots when he loses so Racist blacks will target whites & influence Looting. It was clear to me tonight, if Obama says Voting is the best Revenge? What will be the best Revenge on those that didn’t vote for him?

  • $34609613

    It amazes me that liberal dems can’t have a mature debate with substance. Seeing they are losing the election, they are left with nothing of substance to talk about, just to attack with disrespect and insults. As an independent, that previously voted for Obama, I can say as a new Republican, we have a responsibility to set an example for our party by acting mature. Like Ryan did when Biden laughed through the debate to mock him. Like the last debate where Romney remained calm during the whole last debate while Obama was seen as disrespectful and condescending. Who won the debates will be seen when the votes are counted. If the republicans can somehow overcome Obama’s corruption, voter fraud attempts and the U.N. being called in as a worthless attempt to intimidate, it will be a miracle in itself.

    For example, Take ACORN, which had officials engaging in voter fraud in Cleveland in 2008, who were illegally signing up voters multiple times. One voter even testified that ACORN voter registrars signed him up 72 times to vote. Their voter fraud activities are legendary. In Missouri in 1986, 12 ACORN members were convicted of voter fraud. Also in 1986, in St. Louis, six ACORN volunteers plead guilty to a myriad of election law violations. read more here..http://exm.nr/SJktGW

  • GaryTheBrave

    The great thing about America is that a poor person can have a great idea, start a business on that idea, and become wealthy. Most of the Fortune 500 companies got started on less than $5000 and some for just a few hundred. Most were started by people of modest means. Apple and Microsoft were begun by college students as well as Dell. H-P was started during the Depression. Harley-Davidson was started on less than $500. The list goes on.

  • tomincol

    What an amazing statement to make! Incredible arrogance and a tipping point