Monday, May 09, 2005

White supremacists clash with Holocaust observance in Boston
And Mitt Romney told them that he doesn't like their type and wants them to go back to where they came from. This is irony, right?

5 comments:

carpundit said...

C'mon....
I don't like Mitt either, but comparing him to a neo-Nazi is a bit much, I think.

WomanoftheLaw said...

I'm not calling him a neo-Nazi. He's the one who crawled out from a rock in Utah and came to be the governor of MA. Additionally, while Mitt is no neo-Nazi, his words were very much the "we don't want your kind here," which caught my attention in light of the fact that he was discussing neo-Nazis.

It seems my readers think I'm not a very good person. I'm starting to catch some heat in these comments. First with A-Rod, then kissing strangers, and now I'm an anti-Semite. Yikes. If this is what strangers think of me, I can only imagine what the people I know think of me!

Anonymous said...

CDog: Nobody said you were an anti-semite. People who know you know you're an anti-semite.

carpundit said...

I inferred a comaprison to the politics of the skinheads.

Who said anti-Semite? Not me. Why would you be an anti-Semite for calling a Mormon governor a neo-Nazi?

Deviant Law Student said...

Are we certain that Mitt was talking about the Nazis? I wouldn't be even remotely surprised if he wasn't.