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Thursday, October 27, 2016

Mitt Romney, in his never ending quest to convince voters that he is an average Joe, has been trying to relate to Tennessee crowds with an odd spoken-word performance of the “Davy Crockett” theme song.

“This place always has a special feeling in my heart, because when I grew up I was thinking about Davy Crockett,” Romney says before beginning the song.

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  • CarlOscarIsaacson

    Mitt has a tin ear about how to relate to ordinary people, so he sent two Cadillac Ann out to make us feel better. The first thing she says is “I don’t feel particularly rich.” Lady, your husband is worth around $250 million, you have what, five homes and two Cadillacs and you’re tearing down one multi-million dollar home to build another. And you don’t feel particularly rich? You’re as out of touch as your Davy Crockett reciting husband. He’s aware of the Disney version of Tennessee history and thinks that’s the real thing.

  • ebonycapamerica

    The true history of Davey Crokett , Sam Houston and the rest of the Tennessee mountain men is not as wholesome (at least for blacks as we have been taught) The truth is that these men were staunch racist and even the story of the Alamo was actually tainted by the racist agenda of these men who sought to create a new slave state in Texas (in fact that is the reason for the fight at the Alamo, Mexico was standing firmly against starting a state “built upon slavery ” )Romney seems to find himself in the midst of secret racism in history doesn’t he ?

  • W.MichaelKeller

    This is one of dumbest men who want to be our leader…..does not have common sense.

  • Dgljac2968

    I hope people check out the history of mormans and hope they treated
    Blacks and minorities . MIT Romney should explain the do called curse of Cain upon bleak people . It’s really vicous . Normans don’t like black people . I hope this asshole don’t ever get to the white house.

  • Baron Cormac

    I just figured it out. Mitt Romney is the Manny Ramirez of the Republican Party. Just as all the old Red Sox Nation fans kept saying, “It’s just Manny being Manny,” as a manner of apology for his behavior while on the team, the Republicans can use the excuse “It’s just Mitt being Mitt,” whenever their front runner opens his mouth and sticks his foot, ankle, shin, knee and thigh into it.
    I remember when it looked like amazement on his face when President George H. W. Bush was shown how a supermarket scanner worked, thinking this guy has no clue what the average people go through on a daily basis. Now I am willing to rank him as a common man compared to Mittens the Wonder Flipper!

  • walnby

    I wonder what Wilbur Mitt Romney (and those CEOs in the news recently) has contributed to the folks in Indiana and the others devastated by the recent tornadoes.

  • Howz 1

    Having gone to Havard and prep schools how hookie can you get. Why dosen’t he just say hey I’m a member of the 1% and I know how to keep the rich, richer, and what’s good for the rich is good for America. I wonder if he wore the racoon hat? If Republicans buy this nonsense, they should be enrolled in remedial reading.

  • walnby

    this individual has no idea of the common person.