Mitt Romney made a bold move at an NAACP event this week.
While addressing the nation's oldest civil-rights group, he decided to criticize President Obama, which wouldn't be so bad ... if he hadn't turned it into a race issue.
"If you want a president who will make things better in the African-American community, you're looking at him," said Mitt to the boos of the crowd.
Come on, Mitt, let's use some common sense here: you're really going to tell a civil rights group that you're a better policy-maker for the African-American community than the country's first-ever African-American president?
Even if it were true, we're not sure the crowds would buy it coming from a white Mormon. Sorry, Mitt!
Better luck next time.
DiD yOu KnOw? ... While we wouldn't encourage Mitt to skip speaking to African American crowds, he might want to rethink what he's saying to them. According to earlier polls, the POTUS is leading Mitt 80% to 5% in black communities.
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