During the Vietnam War, Mitt Romney protested the protesters one year and then headed to France the next. While students who involuntary enlistment he actively supported died in the mud in Vietnam, he lived in a chateau in Paris and tooled around France on a bike trying to convince the French to give up coffee and wine.
Now he cites the courage of a former Navy SEAL who died in a terror attack claiming that “They didn’t hunker down where they were in safety. They
rushed there to go help.This is the American way. This is the American way. We go where there’s trouble. We go where we’re needed.”
But you didn’t go there, Mitt. You hunkered down in France.