Washington--Mitt Romney loves money and the power that money brings, but he doesn't feel guilty about the amount of money he is spending to buy his ticket to the White House.
"I understand we could use a few of the millions of dollars to put Americans back to work. But this is America, and Americans want politicians that talk about job creation, not politicians that might use that money to create jobs. You don't see Obama spending his money to create jobs, so why should I?" Mitt Romney said at a small gathering outside an Ames, Iowa cafe.
Mitt Romney wants to be the presidential nominee so bad that he is willing to allow his fellow Americans, aka, corporations to spend millions of their own money to influence the election, and drown out the voice of the common man.
"I know it doesn't seem fair to the working stiffs that some voices are louder than other, but I am only doing the bidding of the Founding Fathers that wanted corporations to have an unfair advantage when it came to be heard during an election. I do want to promise my fellow poor and middle-class friends that if they help me get elected, I might start listening to them--if I really have to do that." Mitt Romney said.