Romney Acts Oblivious To Booing Of Gay Soldier

Posted by | October 4, 2011 10:53 | Filed under: Top Stories

Talking to the Manchester Union Leader, Mitt Romney claimed not to know much about the booing of a gay soldier during a debate in which he participated.

ROMNEY: I don’t recall whether this soldier, whether people were booing his question or just booing…

UNION LEADER: They booed as soon as he identified as a gay person.

ROMNEY: You have to look at that. I don’t know when they booed and I don’t know why they booed. But I will tell you, that the boos and applause hasn’t always coincided with my own views, but I haven’t stepped in to try and say, ‘this one is right, this one is wrong.’ Instead, I focus on the things I think I will say.

UNION LEADER: I ask because Herman Cain over the weekend was asked about it and he said in effect that he should have criticized whoever was booing in the audience.

ROMNEY: That’s…I understand his thoughts.

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