Romney’s Alleged Statement: I Can Relate To Black People, My Ancestors Once Owned Slaves – Is A Satire

This is to notify readers that the following story circulating the media is a satire and untrue. It was written by a news and political satire web publication, freewoodpost.com. Here is the story:

The U.S Republican Presidential candidate running against Barack Obama for 2012 election, Mitt Romney, tells a crowd of supporters one of the most insulting statements of all times during a speech on Monday by claiming he can relate with black people because his ancestors once owned slaves.

Here is what Mitt Romney said while addressing a crowd in Prattville, Alabama on Monday: Mitt Romney

“I understand how difficult it can be for an African-American in today’s society. In fact, I can relate to black people very well indeed. My ancestors once owned slaves, and it is in my lineage to work closely with the black community. However, just because they were freed over a century ago doesn’t mean they can now be freeloaders.

They need to be told to work hard, and the incentives just aren’t there for them anymore. When I’m president I plan to work closely with the black community to bring a sense of pride and work ethic back into view for them.”

Even though this latest statement by Mitt Romney will undoubtedly be spun so that it will be seen as being taken out of context, someone needs to tell this man to just keep his mouth shut.

So far, he has told citizens that he is friends with NASCAR owners, NFL owners, and now that he is related to slave owners. Stick to economic policy Mitt, that’s your strong point. Your history at Bain Capital speaks for itself.

The Romney campaign has yet to release its version of the speech made in Prattville.

Do you think he said this to rubbish the blacks Race?

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