Ann Romney Deprives Us of Opportunity to Mock Ann Romney

Ann Romney, Monday:

“I don’t even consider myself wealthy…”

Sound the alarm! Rally the Cadillacs!

Oh, wait. There’s more:

“…which is an interesting thing. It can be here today and gone tomorrow,” she said, “and how I measure riches is by the friends I have and the loved ones I have and the people I care about in my life and that is where my values are and those are my riches so for me having done through a difficult period in my life both with MS and with breast cancer it has done something to my heart and it has softened my heart and made me realize there are many people suffering in this country and they are suffering from things that aren’t financial — and some people are suffering from things that are financial, as well — but those that are suffering, for me, I just have a larger capacity for love and for understanding.”

Y’know, we’re gonna let that one pass. It’s not like Mitt won’t serve up a better quote on a silver platter soon enough.


She sure didn’t get rich from her public speaking skillz.

No, let’s *not* skip this. It’s really easy for somebody who’s got everything to prattle on about “what’s really important” like this – but tell that to somebody who’s deciding whether to buy medication or FOOD for the month and they’ll rightly punch you in the balls.

With a net worth of $250 million, all Ann’s statement demonstrates is that she’s utterly tone-deaf. Perhaps she could apply some of that “love and understanding” to understanding that her hubby plans to *cause* an awful lot of suffering…

All that money can’t buy that woman a couple of periods to break up that run-on sentence.

@al2o3cr: Yep.

@matador1015: Not even a comma or semicolon, for Crissakes!

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