Tuesday, August, 21, 2012 —
Governor Romney answers a reader question about whether he has “ever
felt like a loser”:
MR: I define myself by my relationship with God, my wife, and my
family. And in those relationships, I’m not a loser. I don’t worry about
what happens in politics and the opinions of others, or I’d lose my hair!
Governor Romney responds to a reader question on whether he would bank
in the United States if elected:
MR: My investments have been////managed for almost the last 10 years
by a blind trust. A trustee decides where to put our money. If I’m
president, my understanding is the same principle applies, that I may
not direct any of my investments. I can’t tell you what my investments
might be because I won’t make them. But I’m happy to have every
investment in the United States.
On how the candidate and his wife picture the****Republican Party post
MR: We’re united now. You go and ask people who voted for John
McCain: “Are you thinking of voting for anyone other than Mitt Romney?”
And you will have a very hard time finding someone who’s thinking of
voting in a different direction. … We go to the convention with high
hopes. There’s a lot of enthusiasm for new leadership.