Romney vs. the 47 Percent
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Mitt Romney vs. the 47 Percent

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It is no secret that the economy has been on a downturn. Unemployment rates are higher than they have been in years, and millions of Americans have been filing Chapter 13 bankruptcy to avoid home foreclosure.

As a result, this most recent presidential election has been a major focal point for Americans.

Mitt Romney was secretly video recorded calling 47 percent of Americans "victims... who believe they are entitled." What does this mean for the Republican contender?

Romney vs. the 47 Percent

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Romney vs. the 47 Percent

"There are 47 percent of the people... who are dependent upon government, who believe that they are victims... who believe that they are entitled to health care, to food, to housing... So my job is not to worry about those people; I'll never convince them they should take personal responsibility and care for their lives."

47% equals about 147,772,945 Americans. That would be like Romney alienating...

  • The entire population of Russia
  • About 94% of American women
  • The estimated combined populations of
    • New York
    • California
    • Texas
    • Florida
    • Illinois
    • Pennsylvania
    • Ohio
    • New Jersey

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