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article imageMitt Romney makes 'The Case for American Greatness' in Toronto Special

By Andrew Moran     Mar 25, 2010 in Politics
Toronto - Former Massachusetts Governor and 2008 Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney discussed his latest book "No Apology: The Case for American Greatness," while also stating he'll make a decision to run for office after the November elections.
On Thursday, former Massachusetts Governor and possible 2012 Presidential candidate Mitt Romney visited Toronto to sign his latest book “No Apology: The Case for American Greatness” and discussed some key issues that he feels needs to be addressed.
The former three-time Conservative Political Action Conference straw poll winner began by thanking Indigo in the Manulife Centre for allowing him to be there to sign his book, answer questions and meet some of his Canadian, or American, supporters.
Renowned journalist and author Rob McQueen asked him three questions in relation to his book such as the current financial catastrophe in the United States, the theme of the book and if he will run, once again, for the Republican nomination in 2012.
The former Governor stated that he feels the $12.6 trillion national debt and the $107 trillion unfunded liabilities and expenditures need to be addressed and Romney feels the President’s latest health care reform bill that was passed on Sunday will expand the government and will certainly not lower the astronomical debt and deficits.
Mitt Romney was in downtown Toronto on Thursday to discuss his latest book  The Case for American Gr...
Mitt Romney was in downtown Toronto on Thursday to discuss his latest book "The Case for American Greatness." He spoke with Rob McQueen and stated that he loves Canada and supports the troops in Afghanistan.
Mitt Romney was in downtown Toronto on Thursday to discuss his latest book  The Case for American Gr...
Mitt Romney was in downtown Toronto on Thursday to discuss his latest book "The Case for American Greatness." He spoke with Rob McQueen and stated that he loves Canada and supports the troops in Afghanistan.
Mitt Romney was in downtown Toronto on Thursday to discuss his latest book  The Case for American Gr...
Mitt Romney was in downtown Toronto on Thursday to discuss his latest book "The Case for American Greatness." He spoke with Rob McQueen and stated that he loves Canada and supports the troops in Afghanistan.
Mitt Romney was in downtown Toronto on Thursday to discuss his latest book  The Case for American Gr...
Mitt Romney was in downtown Toronto on Thursday to discuss his latest book "The Case for American Greatness." He spoke with Rob McQueen and stated that he loves Canada and supports the troops in Afghanistan.
In Romney’s book, he discusses how the U.S. should not apologize for its greatness and feels President Barack Obama shouldn’t either, while citing various times the President has apologized for the country’s historical record of involvement in foreign nations and coup d’etats, such as the 1953 CIA clandestine overthrow of Iranian leader Mohammad Mosaddegh.
Mitt Romney was in downtown Toronto on Thursday to discuss his latest book  The Case for American Gr...
Mitt Romney was in downtown Toronto on Thursday to discuss his latest book "The Case for American Greatness." He spoke with Rob McQueen and stated that he loves Canada and supports the troops in Afghanistan.
Mitt Romney was in downtown Toronto on Thursday to discuss his latest book  The Case for American Gr...
Mitt Romney was in downtown Toronto on Thursday to discuss his latest book "The Case for American Greatness." He spoke with Rob McQueen and stated that he loves Canada and supports the troops in Afghanistan.
Mitt Romney was in downtown Toronto on Thursday to discuss his latest book  The Case for American Gr...
Mitt Romney was in downtown Toronto on Thursday to discuss his latest book "The Case for American Greatness." He spoke with Rob McQueen and stated that he loves Canada and supports the troops in Afghanistan.
Mitt Romney
Mitt Romney
Mitt Romney was in downtown Toronto on Thursday to discuss his latest book  The Case for American Gr...
Mitt Romney was in downtown Toronto on Thursday to discuss his latest book "The Case for American Greatness." He spoke with Rob McQueen and stated that he loves Canada and supports the troops in Afghanistan.
At the end of the interview, McQueen asked Romney the 100-million dollar question, “Will you run for office in 2012?” Romney replied that it’s a lot of hard work and takes full commitment but noted that it’s a lot of fun and get to meet a lot of interesting people with hilarious situations.
Romney provided on example of when he and his wife were sitting on a stage in Iowa and her side of the stage collapsed, which hurt her backside and prompted her to say, “I fell on da butt in Dubuqe.”
Will Romney run for office? “I will make that decision after the November mid-term elections," said Romney.
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