Romney And McCain: Then And Now
“If you think we might need more politicians in Washington, just changing chairs, then vote for McCain, if you think instead we need to know someone who knows how America works, then vote for me,” says Romney.
“Things can get pretty rough in a political campaign, and in the thick of the fight it’s easy to lose sight of your opponents’ finer qualities. But the truth of the matter is that in the case of Senator McCain I could never quite do that,” Romney said, highlighting McCain’s dedication to national security. “Even when the contest was close and our disagreements were debated, the caliber of the man was apparent…Yes, you will probably notice, in the debates, if you go back and look at the tapes — I’m sure you’re as interested in doing that as I am…that we always had good laughs together, particularly when we were seated or standing next to each other. We were talking about funny things that were happening. We shook hands. We said hi to each other’s wives. And we have a good personal relationship and respect for each other.
Let’s do just that. Let’s go back to one of those laugh-filled moments between Romney and McCain from the November 28, 2007 debate:Click here for reuse options!
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