MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell plays the classic misquote game against Mitt Romney. As they typically do, the liberal media took snippets of quotes out of context to make Romney appear to say the opposite of what he was actually saying.
Anti-Mormon zealot Lawrence O'Donnel also played the game recently on MSNBC, and he mocked Romney's wife for having a long-term illness.
Newsbusters.org- "First off, what business is it of O'Donnell's how Ann Romney chose to deal with her illness?
If going for walks, going to the museum, watching television, or, heaven forbid, riding horses helped "regenerate her strength and renew [her] vigor," isn't that a good thing?
Why should that be the subject of scorn and derision, especially from a representative of a so-called "news network?"
As for Romney's taxes, it is safe to assume that their LLC purchases horses as an investment just as most people do. Income is derived from breeding and/or selling them. As such, expenses associated with their training and upkeep are deductible.
This has absolutely nothing to do with healthcare. But why should we expect an ignorant shill such as O'Donnell to understand that?
Furthermore, who is O'Donnell to ridicule anyone for his or her wealth? According to Celebrity Net Worth, his estate is valued at $8 million."