Some of you have probably seen this already, but Mitt Romney gave a nice response to a heckler at the Paul Ryan “Homecoming” rally in Waukesha, WI, this weekend.
The best embeddable version of Romney taking it to this heckler that I can find is this:
Breitbart has a full video feed of the incident here.
Romney’s exactly right about Obama, too. He needs to take his campaign out of the gutter and focus on the real issues that concern Americans. Of course, I don’t actually expect Mr. Obama to heed that advice, since he has no real record of dealing successfully with those issues to run on. Nevertheless, it’s still good to remind people of this fact.
Also, this isn’t the first time Mitt Romney has done this sort of thing. He gave a nice response to a contraception heckler back in March.
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