//////////Many Republicans may be backing away from Mitt Romney's so-called "gifts" comments, but one anchor is standing right behind the former presidential candidate: Bill O'Reilly.
Romney managed to cause himself trouble even after losing the election, when statements he made on a private call to donors surfaced in the media. Romney said that President Obama beat him because of the many "gifts" he made to core constituencies like African Americans, Latinos and young people.
This line of thinking happened to line up pretty closely with O'Reilly's widely-circulated comments on Election Night. The Fox News host said that Obama was winning because people wanted "stuff" and "things" and the president was more prepared to give it to them than Romney, the defender of "traditional" values, was.
Speaking on his Thursday show, O'Reilly defended Romney, and implied that the governor had drawn inspiration from him.
Leave it to FOX to bail out another Republican..LMAO!
Romney said that President Obama beat him because of the many "gifts" he made to core constituencies like African Americans, Latinos and young people.
In 1964, upon Johnson's request, Congress passed the Revenue Act of 1964 and the Economic Opportunity Act, which was in association with the war on poverty.
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Ill have those n**-gers voting Democratic for the next 200 years.
- Lyndon B. Johnson
Aug 13, 2012 As many as 1.7 million illegal immigrants across the country are preparing to apply for a deportation deferral being offered by the Obama administration.
Ill have those wet baks voting Democratic for the next 200 years.
-Barack Hussein Øbama