NYT: Mitt Romney Still Bullying Gays... With His House
10:33 PM, Jun 6, 2012 • By MARK HEMINGWAY
I really don't know where the editors at Politico get off suggesting that the Washington Post and New York Times might be out to get Mitt Romney. I mean, who wouldn't knock on doors in La Jolla, California and write a politically loaded story where his neighbors sound off with quotes like this:
Big religion? Is Romney holding Fast and Testimony meetings in the middle of his cul-de-sac? What do his neighbors care about his religion? Oh, right:
For the record, Mitt Romney's on record as being a big fan of 'Modern Family,' so I'm going to go ahead and guess that despite holding more traditional views on marriage, he's actually fine with living next to teh gays. The rest of the article is neighbors bellyaching about Romney's plans to expand his house to accommodate his five sons and 18 grandkids. However, has anyone ever renovated a home in coastal California without the neighbors complaining?
Other shocking revelations: Mitt Romney once complained to the cops about someone drinking and smoking weed on the beach near his home, possibly alienating the crucial choom gang voting bloc. And then there's this:
While the Times is (literally) getting to the bottom of Mitt Romney's recycle bin, I wonder if they can spare a reporter to tell us more about the circumstances behind Barack Obama acquiring and expanding his Chicago mansion? It seems to involve an unusual arrangement with this Tony Rezko fellow, and I wonder if there's a story there? Also, have you talked to any of Obama's neighbors? They seem like a colorful sort.