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Romney Taunts Chinese on Space, Basks in Obama Administration’s Accomplishments

15 Aug 2012, 18:00 UTC
Romney Taunts Chinese on Space, Basks in Obama Administration’s Accomplishments
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Mitt Romney was campaigning earlier this week in Florida, where he made some rather cryptic remarks about America’s space program that might be attributed to an overly tight necktie had he been wearing one: “I’ve got a promise for you guys. There are better days ahead when we get a better leader in Washington. This [...]

Mitt Romney. (Credit: Gage Skidmore)
Mitt Romney was campaigning earlier this week in Florida, where he made some rather cryptic remarks about America’s space program that might be attributed to an overly tight necktie had he been wearing one:
“I’ve got a promise for you guys. There are better days ahead when we get a better leader in Washington. This is still the greatest nation on Earth. I know there are people around the world who are always critical of America, have something negative to say, say our greatest days are in the past. Baloney. We just won more Olympic medals than any other nation on Earth. You also just saw we just landed on Mars and took a good look at what’s going on there. And I know the Chinese are planning on going to the Moon and I hope they have a ...

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