Friday, September 07, 2012

Ann Romney Refuses to Answer Questions in Iowa

Ann Romney lives inside a bubble. She is unable to connect the dots. She's so entitled, so special in that she gets to pick and choose which questions she wishes to answer.

KWQC TV6: "Do you believe that employer-provided health insurance should be required to cover birth control?"

Ann Romney:  "Again, you're asking me questions that are not about what this election is going to be about.  This election is going to be about the economy and jobs."

KWQC TV6:  "Well, a Pew research poll shows those issues are very important to women, ranking them either "important" or "very important."

Ann Romney:  "You know, but I personally believe, and this is what I'm hearing from women all across the country that they are going to look for the guy that's going to pull them out of the weeds and get them job security and a brighter future for their children.  That's the message.

Listen, I've been across this country, I've been for a year-and-a-half on the campaign trail.  I've spoken with thousands of women and they are telling me, they're telling me a couple of things, one they say they're praying for me which is really wonderful, and then they're saying, ‘please help, please help.  We are so worried about our jobs.'

So really if you want to try to pull me off of the other messages it's not going to work because I know because I've been out there."

KWQC TV6:  "Well, I don't want to pull you off any message.  You just told a reporter who was questioning you in Cleveland that you want women to have a secure and stable future.  I asked you about marriage and whether lesbian mothers should be allowed to marry.  Isn't marriage a part of creating a stable future?"

Ann Romney:  "You know, again, I'm going to talk to you about the economy and about job creation and about how my husband is the right person for the right time.  This is going to be an election that is very important for women, and we are going to make sure that their economic prosperity is more certain under a President Romney."

In other Romney news, Mitt endorses Steve King, an ultra-severe conservative.

Romney says he didn't mention the troops in Afghanistan in his convention speech because he didn't think it was important. Both dems and republicans are mad at him for making no mention of the troops. He seemed to have forgotten that Commander in Chief comes with the job.

Michelle Obama or Ann Romney?