Charity: Romney in S.C.

One of the problems in America is that everybody is only out to get their own. By that I mean they only look after themselves and have no regards for their fellow human kind. Random charitable acts should become a norm in America. Gov. Romney set a good example by reaching out to a woman in need and doing what he could for her at the time the opportunity presented itself.  It is this selfless act that I would love to see more people do, I myself haven’t done it, but it is something for every one to work on. I believe Mitt Romney has proved himself a noble person time after time no matter how many accusations of him being a snake in the grass or any personal screw ups he makes. When a leader is appointed to office, he/she should set the example for America to follow, and that example should be selflessness, love to America and her citizens, and a devotion to everything about America. It would be nice to see every candidate have a charitable background and a deep connection to America’s people, because when we have a leader that see’s the true struggles of America, our country will instantly be that much better.

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  • hartwe60  On January 15, 2012 at 8:18 pm

    Please watch this http://www.webcasts.com/kingofbain/. Also I’m sorry but you do realize he has a bunch of cameras are watching everything he does in public. So I think it is clear any charity he gives is a show. Now if Romney has always given to charity that is a different story.

    • jmerhit  On January 16, 2012 at 10:42 am

      What exactly did he do? Do you have a link to an article or something? I’m curious. Also I agree that it’s not necessarily an act of charity it may just be a ploy to make him look good. It’s really hard to accurately judge the character of someone based on how they act in front of the cameras. Who knows what they do in their private life.

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