Ann Romney Concerned About Mitt's "Mental Well-Being" If He Were To Become President

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    Sep 29, 2012 6:24 PM GMT
    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/ann-romney-biggest-concern-for-mitt-in-white-house-would-be-his-mental-well-being/


    Holy crap.
    As if we didn't already have a more than ample sufficiency of reasons to reject Mitt Romney as unfit for office.

    We can't afford to have someone of questionable "mental well-being" serving as president and commander-in-chief.
  • Webster666

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    Sep 29, 2012 9:38 PM GMT
    She talks like a cheese ball, air head, valley girl. I'll bet that she and Sarah Palin would get along great !
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    Sep 30, 2012 12:26 AM GMT
    RickRick91 saidhttp://www.mediaite.com/tv/ann-romney-biggest-concern-for-mitt-in-white-house-would-be-his-mental-well-being/


    Holy crap.
    As if we didn't already have a more than ample sufficiency of reasons to reject Mitt Romney as unfit for office.

    We can't afford to have someone of questionable "mental well-being" serving as president and commander-in-chief.




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    Sep 30, 2012 1:48 AM GMT
    RickRick91 saidhttp://www.mediaite.com/tv/ann-romney-biggest-concern-for-mitt-in-white-house-would-be-his-mental-well-being/


    Holy crap.
    As if we didn't already have a more than ample sufficiency of reasons to reject Mitt Romney as unfit for office.

    We can't afford to have someone of questionable "mental well-being" serving as president and commander-in-chief.


    That is terrifying if even his own wife worries about it. The mental stress that presidents go through age them much faster than normal people, so if there is even any question of his mental well-being, it really makes me worry.
  • KissTheSky

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    Sep 30, 2012 2:42 AM GMT
    Her comment is seriously weird. Does it mean that Mitt is unstable now?
    Maybe he should have thought of that before running for Prez? (Not that he has much chance of winning, after running such a pathetically incompetent campaign.)
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    Sep 30, 2012 9:09 PM GMT
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    RickRick91 saidhttp://www.mediaite.com/tv/ann-romney-biggest-concern-for-mitt-in-white-house-would-be-his-mental-well-being/


    Holy crap.
    As if we didn't already have a more than ample sufficiency of reasons to reject Mitt Romney as unfit for office.

    We can't afford to have someone of questionable "mental well-being" serving as president and commander-in-chief.


    That is terrifying if even his own wife worries about it. The mental stress that presidents go through age them much faster than normal people, so if there is even any question of his mental well-being, it really makes me worry.




    I think it's especially scary because it's Mitt's wife who's concerned about Mitt's mental well-being.
    She knows him better than anyone.
    And she's concerned that his mental health couldn't handle the stresses of the presidency.

    Mittens is simply not fit to be president.
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    Sep 30, 2012 9:26 PM GMT
    RickRick91 saidAnd she's concerned that his mental health couldn't handle the stresses of the presidency.

    Mittens is simply not fit to be president.


    Well he has spent his entire life religiously sheltered and financially priveleged, he hardly has the tools to deal with real life stresses.

    at least "W" was an ex-alcoholic party boy ( who destroyed every business he tried his hand at) married to a woman who killed a guy with her car.

    they were already battle tested before "W" became potus. there was no danger of him breaking down from job pressures, i don't honestly believe gwb ever felt one minute of stress the entire time he was president.
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    Sep 30, 2012 9:31 PM GMT
    I've come to the conclusion that people who vote Republican are just as stupid as the person they're voting for.

    Like Forest Gump said, "stupid is as stupid does."
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    Sep 30, 2012 9:42 PM GMT
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    RickRick91 saidAnd she's concerned that his mental health couldn't handle the stresses of the presidency.

    Mittens is simply not fit to be president.


    Well he has spent his entire life religiously sheltered and financially priveleged, he hardly has the tools to deal with real life stresses.

    at least "W" was an ex-alcoholic party boy ( who destroyed every business he tried his hand at) married to a woman who killed a guy with her car.

    they were already battle tested before "W" became potus. there was no danger of him breaking down from job pressures, i don't honestly believe gwb ever felt one minute of stress the entire time he was president.




    I agree completely.
    Dubya really just didn't give a damn.
    And he still doesn't.

    He'll go down in history as one of the worst presidents in US history and he knows it - and he just doesn't care.

    He ignored all the urgent repeated warnings he got throughout summer 2001 that al Qaeda was planning a massive attack on US soil - and did nothing to prevent the horror of 9-11.
    He's responsible for thousands of needless deaths as a result of his bloody and disastrous war in Iraq.
    He had a severe prolonged housing crisis hit on his watch which caused many Americans to lose their homes - and he did nothing.
    He had a severe banking crisis hit on his watch - and he did nothing about it until it was so dire that there were no good options left for dealing with it.
    He had the worst deepest recession since the Great Depression hit on his watch and he did nothing to try to deal with it - in fact his administration covered up the fact that the US was in a recession for a full year - until after the 2008 election - in a desperate attempt to try to help elect McCain.

    And yet Bush feels no shame or guilt about all the death and destruction that he's responsible for.
    He sleeps like a baby.

    It's hard to apply the word evil to someone - but when you're as amoral and conscience-free as Bush - the word does seem to apply.
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    Sep 30, 2012 10:09 PM GMT
    One of my favorite RJ buddies noted that he was going to sell his house and give the money to Ann and Mitt Romney, so they could get their message out.

    He couldn't think of a better way to help the Obama reelection campaign.
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    Sep 30, 2012 10:13 PM GMT
    TigerMM said
    Yes, and don't forget about the lowest form of animal life...Bush voters. They would vote him into office again if they could.....


    Their wish (and my worst nightmare) will be realised in 2016, there will be a bush (Jeb) running for president if Romney isn't an incumbent (it's highly likely he won't be).

    Jeb will be the second coming of christ for them. Hillary wouldn't stand a chance. neither would the US.
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    Sep 30, 2012 10:44 PM GMT
    TigerMM saidMy concern is what type of a breakdown would he have?
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    I think the problem lies with evaluation and diagnosis. given their policy positions most republicans come off as raving lunatics from the start. how would we even know when a "break" has occured, or weed out the pre-existing?
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    Oct 01, 2012 2:08 AM GMT
    TigerMM saidMy concern is what type of a breakdown would he have?

    We'd hope for mental breakdown that leaves him on the floor of the Oval Office, curled up in a fetal position and sucking his thumb...which could be a good thing...because the alternative would be a raging madman with his finger on the button.

    I think the latter is what has Ann Romney so concerned, and this is probably her way of warning voters.




    The latter is the nightmare scenario.
    I don't want the guy with his finger on the button to be someone with "mental well-being" problems.
    That's a terrifying prospect.

    I'm concerned about how Mitt would react to losing this election too.
    He's spent most of the last year or two believing that he was going to be president,
    If/when that doesn't happen - he could snap.

    As this election has been slipping through Mitt's fingers - I think Ann has been getting concerned about Mitt's mental well-being - and that's why she said what she said.