Report: DEMOCRATS Flock to Meet Romney at Alfred E. Smith Dinner in NYC (Video)

Both Republican Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama attended the Alfred E. Smith Dinner last night in New York City. It was the first time a sitting president attended the dinner since 1984. But the excitement in the room was all about Mitt Romney who gave a surprisingly funny speech.

Democrats reportedly flocked to meet Mitt Romney throughout the evening.
“He looks very presidential.”

Everybody loves a winner.

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  • Remco Kimber

    Knowing what side of the bread to butter is critical to surviving. In poker, this would be called a tell.

  • Gloria Gilson

    Jarrett: Obama wants to arrange a meeting. He says we can straighten any of our problems out.
    Mitt: You talk to him?
    Jarrett: Yeah. I can arrange security… On my territory, in Chicago. All right?
    Mitt: All right.
    Jarrett: All right.

  • Oliver

    For a lot of Dems the only thing they know about Romney is what the Obama Campaign and the complicit MSM have been telling them (yes, still!). Like the reaction after the 1st debate, liberals are STUNNED to see what a nice, normal man Mitt is. No wonder they wanted to meet him!

    Proof: watch Jimmy Kimmel’s man on the street interviews asking people what they thought of the debate … in LA the day BEFORE the debate:

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  • Jonah Vark

    Friday, October 19, 2012

    Mitt Romney now has a double-digit lead in Missouri.

    The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Missouri Voters, taken the night after the second presidential debate, finds Romney with 54% support to President Obama’s 43%. One percent (1%) favors some other candidate, and three percent (3%) remain undecided.

  • mg4us

    Here is one Romney forgot to share at the Dinner last night

    A Lesson In Irony….

    The Food Stamp Program, administered by the U.S> Department of Agriculture, is proud to be distributing the greatest amount of free meals and food stamps ever, to 46 million people.

    Meanwhile, the National Parks Service, administered by the U.S. Department of the Interior, asks us toe “Please Do Not Feed the Animals”. Their stated reason for the policy is because the animals will grow dependent on handouts and will not learn to care of themselves.

    What does the Park Service know that the Depart of Agriculture does not?

  • Mary

    Anyone know, who was that sitting behind Barry, next to Chris Matthews? I didn’t get a good look…he was very animated. And seemed pro-Romney

  • Warthog

    Strong horse.

  • You don’t need a weather man to know which way the wind blows.

    That said, it all still comes down to who turns out to vote. We have to get our people to the voting booths.

  • Carmelita

    The Preference Cascade continues. It will only get worse for The Won from here on in.

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  • Joan Cullen

    Mary – I believe it was Democratic strategist, Bob Beckel. I too, found it interesting that they both laughing so hard throughout Romney’s speech. So I watched them during Obama’s. They were relatively flat. I felt a little bad for Obama. No way would I have wanted to follow that act by Romney. He really brought down the house!

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  • crackermike

    Mitt Romney is starting to remind people of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, but without the disease, booze and girl problems. There is an exuberance there, an enjoyment of life and young heartedness accompanied by competence and ability to get things moving again. Obama seems so damned OLD and worn out without anything to say of significance; Obama is done, put a fork in him.

  • aprilnovember811

    It’s fine that they want to meet him, but we are not going to compromise with them on Obamacare etc. I don’t trust them, one bit.

  • Jeannie

    #17 – nor should you. Dems are the closest thing to cockroaches. They survive nuclear blasts because they are so self-sustaining and evolve to fit any circumstance.

  • Liz

    I hope Romney and competence is the new norm.

  • Skunky Choom

    I noticed that Katie Couric was sitting behind Romney’s right. I swear toward the end of his speech she was about to cry. There was some welling up I think. She seemed to be very impressed with Mitt.

  • Objective Analysis

    So it must be racist that the lib press flocked to Romney huh? It had nothing to do with his seizing the moment and winning the debate, the comedy spill, etc…

    I guess Americans are not that racist after all. they like winners which is the best way to debunk racism.

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  • Patty

    “But the excitement in the room was all about Mitt Romney who gave a surprisingly funny speech.”

    Why is it a surprise a successful man, who has more intelligence for business than many, well, WHY IS THIS A SURPRISE HE CAN BE FUNNY. It is the delivery and he has delivered some great moments in the debate, so this is nothing for Romney.

  • Look-Out

    #20 — I saw Katie laughing alot at his jokes early on, but missed what you saw. I thought you’d meant that she, being so liberal, might be tearing up to mourn what looks more and more like an overwhelming loss for “her guy” in a few weeks.

    But then I remember what Mitt had said as he was wrapping up his remarks. It moved me to tears. What wonderful, generous words he had for Obama and his family and for the charitable works of the Al Smith Foundation. Instantly, he became huge and his goodness seemed to be the very thing we’ve needed to lead our nation that’s lost its way over the last few years.

    We have again the opportunity to have as our President a man led by a strong faith in God and blessed with the gifts that only come from Him. Let’s hope it’s ours before long. Maybe Katie hopes for it, too.

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