This video has been out for a couple of weeks now. A lot of my friends and I held off on saying anything about it because we thought it was a fake. The video sort of appeared out of nowhere. Today, I get an email blast from Cheryl Randecker through SignOn.org referencing the same video. So I’m going to assume this is indeed legit? SignOn.org like Change.org, sends out email blasts written as if to come from creators of certain petitions that they feel are important to promote.
This is what Cheryl Randecker had to say:
In newly released footage, Mitt Romney tells donors the story of visiting China with his Bain Capital friends and seeing a crowded factory with fences, barbed wire, and guard towers — but rather than being outraged, he holds this up as a shining example of how our economy should work.
As you know, I’m losing my job to China. So I sat down with my coworkers at Sensata and we taped this response to Mitt Romney’s video:
When you read some of what Romney said in the video, you are left speechless.
“And they work in these huge factories, they made various uh, small appliances. And uh, as we were walking through this facility, seeing them work, the number of hours they worked per day, the pitance they earned, living in dormitories with uh, with little bathrooms at the end of maybe 10, 10 room, rooms. And the rooms they have 12 girls per room.”
The sick thing is: Romney’s all right with this type of workplace setup. Some religious faith he professes to have! He has the same mindset as the “religious” Tom Delay and his love of sweatshops in the Mariana Islands. If this doesn’t show you Mitt’s true colors I don’t know what would honestly.