Date: December 26, 2019 01:20PM
Let's also not forget poor Willard M., who was forced to sell AMC stock when they were struggling sooooo hard…http://www.msnbc.com/the-ed-show/1994-ann-romney-described-her-life
Quoting Ann here, while at BYU:
"They were not easy years… Neither one of us had a job, because Mitt had enough of an investment from stock that we could sell off a little at a time.
"The stock came from Mitt's father. When he took over American Motors, the stock was worth nothing. But he invested Mitt's birthday money year to year — it wasn’t much, a few thousand, but he put it into American Motors because he believed in himself. Five years later, stock that had been $6 a share was $96 and Mitt cashed it so we could live and pay for education."
Then at Harvard, poor dears…
"Another son came along 18 months later, although we waited four years to have the third, because Mitt was still in school and we had no income except the stock we were chipping away at. We were living on the edge, not entertaining. No, I did not work. Mitt thought it was important for me to stay home with the children, and I was delighted."
Is your heart not broken? Do tears not cascade from your eyes? Is the Book of Mormon not true?