"America is going to surprise the world. We're going to stand out as a shining city on a hill in part because of our extraordinary economy!”
Mitt sure likes to talk about a "shining city on a hill". Are all those Negroes killing each other in Chicago a part of Mitt's city? How about all those angry unemployed and uneducated white men who blame all of their problems on non-white people, and who prefer to use bullets and not the ballot box to make their point?
I don't think that Mitt realizes that if he becomes president he will be president of everyone and everything in America; warts and all. That city he likes to talk about isn't shining in every neighborhood. I suspect that if he becomes president some neighborhoods will shine very bright, while other areas of his city won't be shining at all. That is, of course, how Mitt and his friends --like the Koch brothers-- really want it. In fact, just to make sure, Bill Koch has actually started building his own city.
Mitt doesn't realize that it takes more than an "extraordinary economy to make a great city stand out. Your city could have all the money in world, but if only a few people have it, and if the game is rigged so that only a few can get to it, then what's the point of that "extraordinary economy"? Kuwait, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and other Arab countries such as Oman have great economies, but when it comes to human and civil rights, not so much. The war on women in some of those countries is in full effect; republicans, in America, have just declared theirs. I am pretty sure that Mitt's vision of a "shining city" does not include women having the right to dictate what happens to their bodies. (I see you Mr. Akin)
One person who doesn't like Mitt Romney's city is Barack Obama.
"President Barack Obama said Mitt Romney has locked himself into "extreme positions" on economic and social issues and would surely impose them if elected, trying to discredit his Republican rival at the biggest political moment of his life.
In an interview with The Associated Press, Obama said Romney lacks serious ideas, refuses to "own up" to the responsibilities of what it takes to be president, and deals in factually dishonest arguments that could soon haunt him in face-to-face debates." [Source]
You are right Mr. President, Mitt "has locked himself into extreme positions", but that's fine with Mitt, it's what makes his city shine to those who can stand to look at it.
Finally, as CEO of Rent A Negro Inc., I would like to announce that we will be out of Negroes to rent next week. Unfortunately most of my employees will be at the republican National Convention in Tampa, and they will be posing for various pictures and trying to be as conspicuous as possible in every screen shot.
I would like to thank my republican friends for making this a banner year for us, (an election year will do that) and, as a result, we are in the process of taking applications to bring more Negroes on board. Thank you republicans.