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									Facts           about Mitt Romney

   Willard Mitt Romney was born on March 12, 1947, so he is a Pisces and the Pig in the Chinese horoscope.
   In 2009, Mexico was kidnapped 70-years Cousin Mitt Romney - Meredith Romney, for three days held hostage in a
    cave, until the ransom was paid.
   Romney family name goes back even to William Romney, served as Mayor of London in the 17th century.
   Polling stations always say that most Democrats voted against President-Mormon than Republicans.
   Mitt Romney - the ninth Mormon who became a presidential candidate.The first was Joseph Smith (1805-1844), a
    preacher, who founded the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
   In 1981, Mitt was arrested for "disturbing social order", he went on a walk on his boat, despite warning patrol that his
    boat does not have the stickers. The charges were dropped when Romney threatened to sue Massachusetts for
    false arrest.
    In 1965, Romney was arrested for driving on large blocks of ice on a golf course.
    Romney has generated controversy when it was discovered that in 1983, he tied the family dog Seamus, an Irish
    setter, on the roof station wagon for 12tichasovoy trip from Boston to Ontario. Critics have called attention to the fact
    that the laws of Massachusetts against the cruelty of animals prohibit anyone carry "animal in or on the vehicle."
    Romney opposes the licensing and preferential college illegal immigrants, and speaks out against the policy of
    "chain migration", which allows the family to immigrate to the country, one of the members of the family - a U.S.
    In November 2006, 43% of the 1000 respondents Rasmussen Reports said that they did not even come to mind to
    vote for a Mormon, it was a more negative response than for an atheist or a Muslim.
    Romney first ran for public office in 1994 when he was 47 years old. He fought with Ted Kennedy for a senator from
    Massachusetts, which he has held for decades. Kennedy won the election with 58% of the vote against 41% Mitt
    Romney has been married for 43 years, his five sons, five daughters and 11 grandchildren.
    Romney was elected governor of Massachusetts in 2003 as a moderate Republican, supports abortion and gay
    rights. However, in his presidential campaign, he said he supports the cancellation of the decision on the case "Roe
    v. Wade" and does not approve of gays in the military service, that he was sure some people that he would say
    anything just to win an election.
    Ann Romney (1949 -), the wife of Mitt Romney was born in Michigan, it was raised in the traditions of the Episcopal
    (Anglican) Church. She met with Mitt still in elementary school. Under the influence of relationship with her future
    husband she became a follower of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and, in the end, they were
    married. In 2008, she was diagnosed - running carcinoma - after which she underwent surgery to remove a breast
    tumor and radiotherapy.
    Romney's great-grandfather, Miles Romney, a polygamist, he moved from the U.S. to Mexico in 1885, when the
    Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints were persecuted U.S. government polygamy. In Miles had five
    wives. Dozens of Romney family still living in Mexico.
    In 2003, the headlines were full name Romney, after he and his two sons have saved a family of six and their dog
    when their boat sank on Lake Winnipesaukee in Volfboro, New Hampshire.
    Mitt Romney's favorite dishes - hot dog and meatloaf.
    During the organization of the Olympic Games in Salt Lake City, Romney's actions were criticized by members of
    the public on animal welfare. They disapproved of the inclusion rodeo exhibition in celebration of the Games
    Robert Jeffries, a Baptist minister and a supporter of Rick Perry, has generated controversy when he stated that
    Mormonism - it is a cult, and, consequently, Romney should be excluded from the race.
Romney regrets that it is not served in the army, and that had children less than he would like.
Mitt Romney's first job was working as a driver at the Physics Department of the University. One summer, he also
worked as a guard at the factory Chrysler.
When in 1996 in New York lost daughter partner Romney Bain Capital, Romney closed the entire office, moved all
workers in the city, has created a command center, printed 300,000 flyers and organized a search for her. Police
identified Bain Capital team to search for the girl.
Cost of equity Romney estimated at between 190 and 260 million dollars, that if he wins the election may make him
the richest U.S. president ever elected. Obama's state varies between 2.8 and 11 million dollars, obtained mostly
from book royalties. Rick Perry owns about 1 million dollars.
Romney was named in honor of hotel magnate J. Willard Marriott, who was also a Mormon, and the best friend of
his father. In addition, he was given the name in honor of his father's cousin, Milton "Mitt" Romney, a quarterback in
team Chicago Bears from 1925 to 1929.
During his missionary work of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in France, Mitt Romney helped to
protect two female missionaries, which pestered team of French rugby player.
Romney visited Kranbrukskuyu Academy, an elite private school with a classical education, emphasizing Latin,
mathematics, and writing weekly papers.
The largest financial sponsor of the civil protest "Occupy Wall Street", Robert Halper, also supports Mitt
Romney. He invested in his campaign the maximum possible

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