Mitt Romney has been running for President for a long time, but this time around, he is making an awful lot of mistakes. He’s been caught multiple times flip-flopping on the issues, has defended corporations as people, made insensitive jokes and gaffes, and now he says he supports the banks foreclosing on homes. But that not all.
In an interview with the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Romney criticized President Barack Obama for not allowing banks to foreclose on American families fast enough. When asked what he would do to jump-start the ailing housing market, Romney said, “Don’t try to stop the foreclosure process. Let it run its course and hit the bottom.”
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In other words, Romney wants the housing sector to drop like a stone and cause more damage to an already vulnerable economy. It also means he wants more people to become homeless.
This comes from a man who recently tore down part of one of his mansions in order to double its size. For a man who claims to support middle class Americans, he sure as hell does his damnedest to fight for a bank’s right to foreclose on their homes. And let’s not forget that while Romney says he supports struggling Americans, he’s the candidate currently getting the most campaign donations from Wall Street.