Romney In 2002: I'm A "Person Of Independence"
Mitt Romney is running for president on a strong conservative platform. But in this 12-minute-long interview from his gubernatorial campaign, Romney defined himself to Massachusetts voters as independent Republican and not part of the establishment. “I’m not running as the Republican view, or a continuation of Republican values. That’s not what brings me to the race." [Ed. note: Seven seconds of this interview was posted on BuzzFeed earlier.]
Mitt Romney Goes To The Parade: The Director's Cut
Mitt Romney's "who let the dogs out" moment from when he marched in the Jacksonville, Florida Martin Luther King day parade already lives on in YouTube infamy. This extended version of the clip shows even more painful Romney moments, including the former governor telling a young baby he is wearing "bling-bling" and a girl she should be a boy scout, to which she replies, "Why a boy scout?"
When Mitt Romney Attacked Ted Kennedy About His Blind Trust
Mitt Romney defends his investments in the Cayman Islands and elsewhere on the grounds he can't control money in a "blind trust." But in 1994 Romney was attacking his opponent, Senator Ted Kennedy, over his blind trust's investments, calling the move "an age-old ruse."