Rare Act Of Bipartisanship: Romney Has Obama’s Back

Don’t get too excited, Congress is still doing nothing. But there was a bipartisan esque act, Mitt Romney defended President Obama. A New Hemisphere police commissioner used a racial slur while conversing about the President and Romney took immediate action.

Romney called out Wolfeboro Police Commissioner Robert Copeland in a statement to the Boston Globe, asking him to apologize and resign. Romney said that, “the commissioner has no place in our community.”

The commissioner used the ‘N’ word during the conversation. When Copeland was asked about it in an email he replied, “I believe I did use the ‘N’ word in reference to the current occupant of the White-house. For this, I do not apologize- he meets and exceeds my criteria for such.”

I feel terrible for the citizens of Wolfeboro who have such an ignorant police commissioner. Romney is the man for sticking up for our President in this sensitive situation. It is good to know that parties won’t fight each other over situations like this.

Patriotism is dying and people do not respect their President anymore. Freedom of speech is granted to everybody in this country but people like this abuse it. You do not have to agree with his policies, but I think we should all be required to respect the guy.

Now Congress should follow Romney’s lead and get Obama’s back. God Bless America.

Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/05/18/mitt-romney-robert-copeland_n_5347778.html


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