Trees are the right height here. I love the lakes. I love cars.
That’s how Mitt Romney is trying to smooth over that other thing he said about Michigan and our rebounding auto industry: “Let Detroit go bankrupt.” In fact, tomorrow Mitt Romney will be holding an event at Ford Field saying the very same things and expecting the same result: that we’ll overlook his decision to abandon Michigan during our deepest crisis. But we won’t. We’ll have a mobile billboard circling Ford Field – and a matching bumper sticker to boot.
We’re going to remind Mitt Romney just how wrong he was, and we want your help. Join us at a rally on the top deck of the Gem & Century Theater Parking Garage at the intersection of Brush & Beacon Streets (1901 Brush Street, Detroit) starting at 9:30 a.m. Friday.
If Mitt Romney had his way, GM wouldn’t be posting its highest profits ever, and tens of thousands of Michiganders and 1.14 million Americans would be out of work.