Ann Romney Cried when Mitt Lost Presidential Bid

Ann Romney Cried when Mitt Lost Presidential Bid

Washington : DC : USA | Nov 11, 2012 at 7:27 AM PST
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Why so serious?

Ann Romney seemed to be after the ultimate housewife status -- first lady. Too bad for her that pipe dream didn't come true and her husband was forced to concede to the current POTUS -- who rightfully won his second term.

The wife of Paul Ryan cried softly as well, but at least her husband was reelected in Wisconsin. She still can hold onto those pipe dreams of moving ahead and succeeding as someone in politics. However, when it coems to the Romneys -- it's a wash. Perhaps one of the sons of the failed presidential hopeful will run in the future. Of course with those voting machines being owned by family that'll make it difficult.

America dodged a bullet when President Barack Obama won his reelection on November 6th. That's for sure. Ann Romney's tears are the sound of music to those who voted for Obama, to those who watched the wife of Mitt Romney make asinine statements time and time again. Perhaps had she not referred to Americans as "you people" when they asked about their tax returns -- perhaps if she wouldn't have tried to insert herself into the lives of working women, single moms and average stay-at-home mothers, things would have been different.

Indeed, Ann's tears should be for more than the self-pity in which she wallows. Her tears should be out of guilt, because she helped her husband lose the election. Good for her!

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Ann Romney said "We've given you people all you need to know" -- when grilled about their lack of tax returns for a decade.
Chelsea Hoffman is based in Henderson, Nevada, United States of America, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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