Romney Speaks To The Palestinians

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Mitt Romney elevated Palestinian’s hairs with a statement attributing their financial hole with Israel about its culture.

Romney told a well-mended Jewish contributor, “I was thinking this morning as I prepared to come into this room of a discussion I had across the country in the United States about my perceptions about differences between countries.” The Israeli press told that the fundraising meal costs $50,000 per couple.

He added, “As you come here and you see the GDP per capita for instance in Israel which is about $21,000 and you compare that with the GDP per capita just across the areas managed by the Palestinian Authority which is more like $10,000 per capita you notice a dramatic, stark difference in economic vitality.”

Respected global organizations comprising the World Bank and the IMF tell that a main issue after Palestinian financial afflictions is the Israeli limits on undertaking of merchandises and individuals, and other actions that obstruct development.

However, Romney did not made any comment regarding such matters.

Romney told the Jerusalem listeners before parting for Poland, “Culture makes all the difference. As I come here and I look out over this city and consider the accomplishments of the people of this nation, I recognize the power of at least culture and a few other things.”

Saeb Erakat, a Palestinian diplomat, said that the statement was racially prejudiced.

He added, “Romney’s statements are racist and this guy needs to learn a lot, as he lacks knowledge of this region, its culture and history. Clearly he does not know that the Palestinian economy cannot reach its expected level if the occupation continues.”

Last Sunday, Romney aggravated the Palestinians by addressing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

Romney said in a deceptive commendation of a position detained by the Jewish state, “It is a deeply moving experience to be in Jerusalem, the capital of Israel.”

Some Palestinians, who claimed Israeli-occupied east Jerusalem as the center of an upcoming state, were furious.

Sami Abu Zukhri, the Islamic radical group’s spokesperson said, “Hamas considers the statement made by Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, saying Jerusalem is the capital of Israel, racist and extremist.”

Romney Meets Lech Walesa In Poland

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Mitt Romney, the US presidential contender has encountered the former President in Poland Lech Walesa in Gdansk during his last leg tour.

The Republican runner is owing to place a garland on Tuesday in order to mark the Nazi attack of Poland in the year 1939.

The previous Massachusetts governor’s trip is envisioned to raise followers and upsurge his public figure worldwide as he faces the current President Barack Obama in the upcoming presidential election this November.

Mitt Romney met Walesa in Gdansk.  Walesa is the Solidarity’s first frontrunner and Poland’s first and former democratically-designated president with Prime Minister Donald Tusk.

Walesa said to the media, “He’s very open, and brimming with values, his wife is always by his side, he’s got five kids — we’re very much alike, I really like him and am pleased we met.”

However, the trade association that begun in Gdansk and collapsed Poland’s communist government in the late 1980s, told it had nothing to do with Romney’s tour to the country.

Solidarity expressed in a report “Regretfully, we were informed by our friends from the American headquarters of AFL-CIO (trade union in the US), which represents more than 12 million employees… that Mitt Romney supported attacks on trade unions and employees’ rights.”

Walesa and Solidarity have not seen each other for many years.

This Tuesday, Romney plans to complete his trip with a speaking engagement at Warsaw where he will tackle about the country’s connection with the United States.


Mitt Romney Commended Not To Do Again McCain's Sarah Palin Mistake

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Dick Cheney, the previous vice-president said Sunday that taking Sarah Palin on the 2008 vice-presidential election was “a mistake”, commending this year’s Republican contender Mitt Romney to prefer someone who is a qualified and experienced one.

As Cheney competing to be selected as Romney’s running companion, he used up his weekend busy campaigning. From an interview, he commended that the major standards should be: “Is this person capable of being the president of the United States?”

Cheney stated, “Palin, who was a first-term governor of Alaska when John McCain picked her to his running mate, fell short on this count.”

In the first interview of Cheney with ABC News, he said, “I like Governor Palin. I’ve met her, I know her. She was an attractive candidate.”

He added, “But based on her background – she had only been governor for what, two years? – I don’t think she passed that test of being ready to take over. And I think that was a mistake.”

When John McCain selected Palin in 2008, Palin was the first lady ever to be nominated as a Republican vice-presidential contender. Though it offered McCain campaign a knock of eagerness; however her inexperience on the national stage shortly started to appear.

A sequence of mistakes and below par received TV interviews mandated the Republicans on to the back end. Lots of people said that Palin wasn’t the correct individual to choose and rumors have recommended that there was prevalent tension among her group and McCain’s consultants.

Cheney’s appeal for a vice-presidential nominee with sufficient knowledge and experience is possible to convey certain weight. But Cheney stays a prominent character in Republican groups.

However, Romney has not yet designated as his running mate. According to Romney’s tweet on Friday, one of his assistants, Beth Myers, flashed rumor over who was being deliberated.

Myers recommended that those individuals on Twitter like Tim Pawlenty, Bobby Jindal, Marco Rubio, Paul Ryan, Rob Portman and John Thune; they are all the probable running mates for Mitt Romney.

Myers also suggested the New Jersey governor Chris Christie, former secretary of state Condoleezza Rice and previous House speaker Newt Gingrich, and in the “follow Friday” note.


Mitt Romney May Anticipate a Warm Reception in Israel


Since the presumptive Republican candidate Mitt Romney support for Israel, most likely he will have a warm welcome from the leaders of Israel when he will visit this Sunday. It is expected to have a reserved reception from the Palestinians.

Israel is included in three-nation foreign tour of Romney and he hopes that it will enhance his identifications to direct the U.S national security and negotiation.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel is already a longtime friend of Romney that is why it is anticipated to have a role in assessing President Barack Obama’s stand with regards to the Jewish state as well as his dealing of Iran’s alleged nuclear weapons plans.

According to Israeli political scientist Abraham Diskin, Romney can assume an “enthusiastic” reception. This is due to the fact that Mitt has his firm record of pro-Israel comments.

“What interests Israelis is Israel,” Diskin said. “Romney has a very pro-Israel stance. He is very suspicious of the Arab world. (Israelis) are very suspicious of Obama.”

The poll between two presidential candidates is still in close fight; this hopes Romney to aid him to persuade the customary Democratic Jewish voters and even evangelical Christians who are keenly protecting the government policy.

In Israel, Romney aside from Netanyahu will meet Defense Minister Ehud Barak, Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman and Pres. Shimon Peres.

“I will receive Mitt Romney with the same openness that I received another presidential candidate, then-Senator Barack Obama, when he came almost four years ago, almost the same time in the campaign, to Israel,” he said when asked about the visit last Sunday on Fox News. “We extend bipartisan hospitality to both Democrats and Republicans.”


Mitt Romney Announces Himself A Man From Great Britain After Olympics Social Blunder

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Mitt Romney has emphasized his English origin after a mistake-filled day in London, announcing himself to be “a man from Great Britain” who is “wedded to a girl from Wales”.

Wearing a courageous look after bringing about a political argument by enquiring London’s willingness to hold the Olympics, the Republican presidential contender kidded that Britain felt similar to “home”.

Both Mitt Romney and his spouse, Ann Romney, were questioned together after a time from which he was destined to arise viewing like a global statesman derived into travesty.

Romney answered on his CNN interview with Piers Morgan on Thursday evening ” The Olympics would be “terrific”, blessed with “great weather” and full of “enthusiasm on the part of the people here in London”.

The Prime Minister of the country said that it had been exciting to hold an Olympics in one of the world’s busy capitals rather than the “middle of nowhere”, where it would be at ease.

The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, piled more despair on Mr. Romney’s movement by discharging his statements while making a speech in Hyde Park to mark the completion of the Olympic torch relay.

Mitt was questioned in his conversation on Thursday night if he is conscious of his origins in Northern England. Tracing Mitt’s ancestors, his great-great-grandfather is a carpenter from Preston and one of the leading Mormons in Britain about 175 years before.

“I knew that my ancestors came from here,” he replied. “I know Miles Romney and Miles Park Romney – these are the folks that came and helped settle the West.”

When Mitt was questioned if he sensed “partly English”, he responded and laughed quietly: “Well, I’m married to a girl from Wales, and I’m a guy from Great Britain. So I feel like this is home too, I guess.”

Ann is originated from Welsh coal-drillers. David Davies, the grandpa of Ann toured to Michigan from Wales in the year 1929.

Ann said to Morgan that the ITV Downton Abbey was one of their most wanted TV programs, and that the two were presently working out their method through another arrangement.

Mitt Romney Goes to London

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Mitt Romney went to London on Thursday for a hysterical agenda of gatherings with Britain’s highest governmental figures. Even though the visit was planned to show Romney’s political intellect and ability, it has not been underprivileged of its mistakes.

Mitt Romney, the Republican presidential expectant, was in Britain on Thursday for a sequence of gatherings with British influential figures in an offer to show his extraneous proposal documents.

On Thursday Romney stated, “I’ve got a number of conversations with leaders present and past of Great Britain and recognize of course the unique relationship that exists between our nations, our commitment to common values, our commitment to peace in the world and a desire to see a stronger and growing economy.”

The expected GOP contender encountered with the previous British Prime Minister Tony Blair at his secluded headquarters nearby Hyde Park on Thursday. Romney and Blair, who is now a distinctive representative to the Middle East, tackled about Middle East, particularly the country of Syria and Iran, and also the forthcoming London Olympics.

After that, Romney then faced with Britain’s leader named Ed Miliband with his known disagreement, which was tracked by discussions with the UK’s foreign secretary, William Hague. The nominee was also arranged to see with the representative of the UK’s Prime Minister Nick Clegg together with Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne – the most significant monetary head in UK governments. Also, Romney is scheduled to encounter David Cameron on Thursday.

Romney is also scheduled to go to a great profile campaigner for his London devotees at the classy Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Knightsbridge, Central London. Bob Diamond, the past Barclays CEO was planned to be one of the frontrunner for that fundraiser but he refused from his part in the occasion. However, he was granted from his current leaving in Barclays over the rate-controls Libor outrage.


Mitt Romney Set To Come Back to Reno For Secluded Fundraiser

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Mitt Romney, the Republican presidential contender, stated in VFW National Convention on Tuesday that he will come back to Reno shortly.

Romney has been arranged for an August 3 secluded fundraiser to be held at the household of Patty Wade particularly in Southwest Reno.

Patty Wade is well-known since he is the proprietor of Wade Consulting Group LLC. He was awarded as 2011 Entrepreneur of the Year in the minor commercial course in a competition co-supported by the Reno Gazette-Journal and Nevada’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology.

Wade was wedded to Washoe County District Judge Robert Perry, who passed away after a lengthy sickness last December.

Wade’s fundraiser has numerous heights of generosity. A secluded conversation and picture meeting with Romney charges $10,000 per individual.

A shorter secluded conversation meeting with Romney goes for $5,000 per individual. Then the reception party will followed with $2,500 per individual.

After the event, the group will transfer to a different location for a luxurious and secluded midday gathering with a charge of $25,000 per individual.

Wade wrote via email to potential contributors that Governor Brian Sandoval could be present there. However, she wasn’t able to come there for some reasons.

Wade wrote, “The national campaign has told us that this will likely be Gov. Romney’s only campaign appearance in Northern Nevada prior to the election in November, so they are asking all Romney supporters to band together and lend as much financial support as possible this coming Friday, August 3rd fundraising events.”

Romney Believes That New Gun Rules Aren't Essential After Aurora Killings

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Mitt Romney considers and believes that new gun rules are not essential, and protected an assault -guns prohibition he agreed into an act and law as Massachusetts governor.

Due to the fact that the Colorado cinema killings are still new and fresh in awareness of several people, Romney said in his interview with CNBC’s Larry Kudlow, “The timing isn’t right for a policy debate on guns.”

“With emotions so high right now, this is really not a time to be talking about the politics associated with what happened in Aurora,” Romney spoke with CNBC. “I still believe that the Second Amendment is the right course to preserve and defend and don’t believe that new laws are going to make a difference in this type of tragedy.”

Michael Bloomberg, New York City Mayor, mentions Mitt Romney and President Obama directly after the Aurora killings to voice out on what they should do about weapons issue.

Jay Carney, the White House spokesperson believed that Obama has no strategies to drive for new weapon law in the awaken of the incident last week during the first showing of Batman film which resulted to the death of 12 people. That comprises a new form of a federal prohibition on severe arms that terminated throughout George W. Bush government.

Romney, the former Massachusetts governor in 2004, agreed and signed into an act regarding assault arms prohibition that was supported by gun possessors and gun regulator promoters. The Massachusetts act is to ban the AR-15, one of the arms that police forces found and used by the suspect during the killings in the Colorado cinema last Friday.

Romney said in CNBC interview, “Where there are opportunities for people of reasonable minds to come together and find common ground, that’s the kind of legislation I like. The idea of one party jamming through something over the objection of the other tends to divide the nation, not make us a more safe and prosperous place.”

Romney Supports The Decision of Obama Regarding The Colorado Killings

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On Sunday night, Mitt Romney promised to be “less biased” at a high-dollar campaigner. This is the first time he appeared after the Colorado killing which resulted to the death of 12 people.

A the Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco, Romney said with his 250 devotees, “I will note that my remarks here today will not be as partisan as normal and instead I am going to talk about my vision for the country, in part keeping with the seriousness and the thoughts of the day.”

“We obviously have heavy hearts,” Romney uttered, mentioning to the result of previous week’s fatal gunfire and killings. “It is a reminder of loss, a loss of young minds and youthful voices and souring spirits lost senselessly and thoughtlessly. We turn to a power greater than our own to understand purpose and if not to understand at least to be able to soothe the wounds of those who have been so seriously hurt.”

Romney, whose campaign has drawn publicizing from the Colorado airwaves, devoted a formerly planned campaign occurrence in New Hampshire Friday to a declaration regarding the incident, preceding his speaking and as a substitute for rendering his concerns and sympathies.

The event on Sunday night started with a moment of peace and quiet. Romney accepts and supports President Obama’s choice to go to the different families and relatives who are involved in Aurora, Colorado killings.

Romney said, “I know the president will be there before he’ll be here in San Francisco visiting with families and the victims, which is the right thing for the president to be doing on this day. I appreciate that.”

Romney’s leading campaign occurrence is planned for now. He will conduct a minor business discussion in Costa Mesa, California whereas Obama will also get back for his campaign in the state of Nevada and California.


Mitt Romney Confirms His Incoming Visit in Poland

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The government of Poland greeted Romney’s incoming intentional visit to their country this month of July. The probable Republican presidential candidate confirms his tour to see the previous Polish leader and president Lech Walesa as a part of his European trip.

The Polish foreign department stated that “sees the former governor’s decision to travel to Poland as a strong signal that underscores his commitment to fostering Polish-American cooperation and cementing the alliance between our two countries.”

Mitt Romney has a scheduled visit in Gdansk and Warsaw this coming July 30 and 31 with the invitation of Lech Walesa – the communist-period rebel who obtained the Nobel Peace Prize award in 1983 for his boldness of the communist government.

Walesa may be a great advantage for Romney. Way back in history, Walesa became the president in Poland in the year 1990. He was frequently contentious at home because of unpolished behaviors and efforts to sign off accountability for any previous inadequacies. Walesa, the past shipyard electrician earns global admiration and is perceived as influential in moving the sequence of history in the previous Soviet alliance.

Campaign pictures together with Walesa aided Solidarity contenders get seats in Poland’s parliament during the 1989 election. Having shots with the well-known leader will probably be a big help for Romney’s campaign this year.

Mitt Romney will also see some of Poland’s high officials including President Bronislaw Komorowski, Prime Minister Donald Tusk, and Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski. Also, he will make a public speech in Warsaw during his tour.