Mitt Romney Highlights From CPAC 2010
"Breaking news: the gold medal that was given to Lindsey Vonn has been stripped. It has been determined that Obama is going downhill faster than she is," Mitt Romney joked as he came onto the stage at Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) 2010.
"You learn a lot about people when you see how they react to losing," Romney said. He then talked about how Scott Browns victory stopped Obamacare and we as conservatives have something to say that we would never have expected to say at CPAC, "Thank you Massachusetts!"
Mitt Romney later explained that Obama doesnt think he has failed at all, "remember that B+ he gave himself," Mitt Romney asked. "Tell that to the 4 million people that lost their jobs. Obamas B+ will go down in history as the biggest exaggeration since Al Gore said he invented the Internet!"
The president accuses us of being the "party of no" but Romney explained that its praiseworthy to say no to bad things. "Conservatives are the ones to say it when its the right thing to say, but it seems that we have failed to understand his grand ideas," Romney said. "The Democrats saw him break his promise about transparency with CSPAN, bribe Senator Nelson, and cut a deal with the unions."
"The course for America that was created by our founders was decided hundreds of years ago; we will keep America, America by retaining it as the land of opportunity, Romney stated. View his speech below: