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Was Romney A Bully?

Former classmates of Mitt Romney have reported multiple incidents of bullying by the presidential candidate when he was a student at the prestigious Cranbrook preparatory school in Michigan. What do you think?

  • "I don't get why everyone always says that Romney has no personality when he's very clearly an asshole."

    Henry Partain
    Systems Analyst
  • “I'm not sure ‘bully’ is the right word, but it’s pretty damn forward to dedicate a chunk of your life to wheedling strangers into worshipping your god.”

    Gayle Hardesty
    Antiques Restorer
  • "There’s only one way to find out. Put my shy kid with a lisp in front of him and see if he can keep his slapping hands to himself."

    Thomas Vail
    Mill Attendant