Friday, February 24, 2012

Mitt's Detroit Appearance at Ford Field Goes Bankrupt

The Motor City Bowl in Detroit, Michigan. Ford...
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The home stadium of the Detroit Lions is Ford Field, named for the Ford Family, of course. It holds about 65,000 people. Mitt Romney had the NERVE to come to Detroit, but knew he couldn't fill the stadium, so his advance team (LOL!) tried to hide most of the empty seats so that Mitt could speak to *only* 1200 and it would look like there were a lot of people at his event.




NOT! There were MORE protesters than attendees at the event. Members of the UAW used American-made cars to spell out Mitt's "Let Detroit Go Bankrupt" headlining 2008 New York Times editorial. Mitt thinks we here in Michigan will forget. We haven't forgotten.


For some context, here is Barack Obama in Denver in August 2008 at the Denver Stadium:


Maybe Mitt should have included some of Michigan's trees in the audience--after all, our trees ARE the "right height"! Yes, he said it again!



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