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Video: Romney creates an awakening in Texas at NAACP convention

mitt romney at naacp convention

Mitt Romney at NAACP Convention in Houston, Texas - Photo by Joseph Earnest

by Joseph Earnest  July 12, 2012                   


Newscast Media HOUSTON, TexasRepublican presidential candidate Mitt Romney was in Houston, Texas at the NAACP convention where he received a standing ovation, contrary to media reports. At some point in his speech, Governor Romney vowed to repeal Obamacare, and the predominantly Black audience jeered, because they misconstrued that as an attack on Obama.


"My policy will be...number one, create jobs for the American people.  I don't have a hidden agenda," Romney told the crowd.


Romney further explained to Black voters he was appealing to, why Obamacare was not only bad for health care, but also bad for the U.S. economy. Being a person with business experience, Romney knew all he had to do was "close" the audience, so he made his points succinctly, and by the time he was done, there was a sudden awakening that occurred amongst the Black voters he was appealing to.  It was almost as though they experienced an epiphany.  Newscast Media was invited to the event, and captured this footage. Watch below:

Mitt Romney in Houston, Texas - Videography by Joseph Earnest

*(Video taken without tripod - sorry!)


Everything Romney said to them started to make sense, and the same audience that was reacting uneasily, was inspired and began to applaud Romney. By the time he was done with his speech, the entire audience was on its feet giving Romney a standing ovation, something the corporate media hid from its viewers. Mitt Romney promised to attend next year, should he be elected president.  Add Comments>>








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