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Won’t Get Fooled Again: Governor Romney’s Terrible Record in Massachusetts

A Video Spotlighting Governor Romney’s REAL Record in Massachusetts

Although I am a lifelong Massachusetts Democrat, I once made the mistake of voting for Mitt Romney (back “home” after saving the Olympics), and though I was hopeful, I almost immediately began to regret my vote–as did thousands of other Democrats who crossed party lines as well as independents and even some Republicans who realized how much he let our Commonwealth down.  The show is an indictment of Romney’s term in office, and is an excellent counterpoint to all the boasting that he has done about all that he supposedly did for our state.”  I feel strongly that studying Governor Romney’s record in Massachusetts is important if one is to understand what he might do if he were elected President.  It is important to note that earlier in his campaign, Mitt Romney asserted, “If people want to know what I stand for, they can look at my record as Governor.”  Consequently, I explore Governor Romney’s record in Massachusetts in the following four areas:  jobs and the economy, education, women’s issues, and leadership style.

The Show is entitled “Won’t Get Fooled Again:  Romney’s Record as Massachusetts Governor.” I am  a retired Massachusetts teacher and principal, a professional photographer, a husband and father, and a political blogger.  I have become very active in state and local politics since joining the Athol Democratic Committee this year. I  produced the eleven-minute slideshow which features a quite a number of my award-winning Massachusetts photographs in order to spotlight Mitt Romney’s record as governor of Massachusetts.

At this point, the video–which has been online for just over three weeks–has been viewed and “liked” by nearly 50,000  individuals on the internet–from 48 out of 50 states across our country, including an especially large number of viewers from such battleground or hotly contested states as Ohio, Florida, Colorado, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, Michigan, Minnesota, Virginia, Arizona, Indiana, and North Carolina.  In addition, the video has drawn substantial and significant interest from over 17 foreign countries, including Canada, the United Kingdom, Spain, New Zealand, Peru, Sweden, Austria, Japan, Ireland, and Saudi Arabia.

The video has been featured on several major Political websites:  “Voice 4 America,” “The Boomers Voting Democratic,” and “I Will Vote for Obama in 2012,” and “Positively Barack.”   In addition, it has been viewed on the following websites:  “Formidable Republican Opposition,” “Colorado Democrats,” “Obama for America – Pennsylvania,” “The Huffington Post,”and “MittRomneyVideo.com.” The afore-mentioned sites have a viewership of well over 200,000.  In addition, it has been posted and re-posted innumerable times on “Twitter,”  “Zomobo,” “Twikle,” and–of course–“Facebook.” The video has been “shared” by viewers on their own websites over 2500 times, and it has generated over 400 comments–overwhelmingly positive–from interested individuals.

If you wish to view the video, you can go to the following link http://tinyurl.com/cmz2ywu or just Google “Grosky and Won’t Get Fooled Again.”

 

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