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Mitt Romney on 2012 Presidential Election – “Change”

Posted on 28. Aug, 2011 by in Politics | 808 views

Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney promises the American people a Change we can believe in.

Leading GOP candidate Mitt Romney released a new campaign slogan as part of his tour for the upcoming 2012 Presidential election, “Change We Can Believe In.”

“For four years, we’ve watched as America continues to crumble. For four years, the American people have decided to let a black man handle America’s debt. Really? A black man dealing with debt?

I think it’s time for a change. Change, we can believe in.

For four years, we’ve watched a President invite more sports athletes to the White House and made more sports related predictions than any other President before. We’ve decided to let a black man create more jobs for America. Really? How do you expect a black man to find jobs?

Well America, you might be asking, what can Romney do for you?

America, I am here to offer you Hope. America is in dire need of a leader. I can be that leader. Yes We Can.

2012 is a critical year not only for the United States of America, but for the world as a whole. It is long been rumored that the world will end in 2012, and if Barack Obama remains in office, I guarantee the world will end. If you don’t believe me, just watch Deep Impact. What color was the President when a giant meteor hit planet Earth? I’ll tell you. A black one.

It’s time for a change. Enough of that hip hop culture, we’ve had a black President for far too long. It’s time for a Change. A Change We Can Believe In.

My name is Mitt Romney, and I want to be your President.”

Paid for by Romney for President.

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