The virtual cantidato Republican presidential Mitt Romney was booed today during a campaign stop in Houston, Texas, when he told the principal United States organization that African American to reach the White House health reform revoke his rival .
Romney spoke today at the annual convention of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People ( NAACP , for its acronym in English) as part of its attempts to seek votes ahead of the November election among black voters, have so far been one of the main pillars of Obama, the first black president of the country's history.
"I represent all Americans," Romney said in his speech. The former governor said he was convinced that his policies, especially economic, benefit more minorities than Obama.
'OBAMACARE' DELICATE ISSUE
Romney received some applause when he alluded to his promises of jobs and improving education. Also managed to avoid widely mentioned by name his rival in the polls and current White House occupant. Still, he stressed the importance of the government to spend less, which includes adding, removing the health reform law has been the star of the Obama administration, at which Romney received the rejection of the public.
"If our goal is to create jobs, we must stop spending more than a billion dollars more than we enter every year," said Romney.
"To do this, I will remove all non-essential programs and expensive to find.This includes 'Obamacare' "he said, referring to the derogatory name that the Republicans refer to the president's health reform Democrat, and that caused the boos from the audience .