Romney Touts Business Credentials at Tea Party Express Rally

By:  Jack Kenny
09/06/2011
       
Romney Touts Business Credentials at Tea Party Express Rally

Mitt Romney was the keynote speaker when the Tea Party Express rolled into Concord, New Hampshire, and staged a rally at Rollins Park Sunday evening. But the former Massachusetts Governor and current presidential candidate had plenty of competition when it came to informing and entertaining the crowd of about 200 people who turned out to hear about the battles to be fought and the issues at stake in the 20012 elections. The crowd heard from Tea Party organizers, lesser known presidential candidates, and singers voicing patriotic lyrics to country and rap beats.

"Limited government's the only solution/ Our only foundation should be our Constitution, " a rap singer insisted.

"Our children and our grandchildren, they never will forget," lamented a country singer, "how we sold out for a little change and left them all in debt."

But through most of the evening singing the blues gave way to shouts of optimism and predictions of another change at the polls in November.

Mitt Romney was the keynote speaker when the Tea Party Express rolled into Concord, New Hampshire, and staged a rally at Rollins Park Sunday evening. But the former Massachusetts Governor and current presidential candidate had plenty of competition when it came to informing and entertaining the crowd of about 200 people who turned out to hear about the battles to be fought and the issues at stake in the 20012 elections. The crowd heard from Tea Party organizers, lesser known presidential candidates, and singers voicing patriotic lyrics to country and rap beats.

"Limited government's the only solution/ Our only foundation should be our Constitution, " a rap singer insisted.

"Our children and our grandchildren, they never will forget," lamented a country singer, "how we sold out for a little change and left them all in debt."

But through most of the evening singing the blues gave way to shouts of optimism and predictions of another change at the polls in November.

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Photo of Mitt Romney: AP Images

 

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