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Hi I'm Bill O'Reilly thanks for watching us tonight race in Mitt Romney that is the subject of this evening's talking points now.
As we reported last night that Ronnie was kind of -- to get down to the NAACP convention in Houston he knew we would be speaking to folks who very much like President Obama.
The analysis of mr.
Romney speech is fascinating and says some very unflattering things about America.
Here's the back up.
NBC news owns a website directed mostly -- African Americans one of the employees on that website went on TV yesterday.
I truly believe that Mitt Romney went into that room not to speak to the NAACP.
But to speak to -- today.
If he really intended to speak to disk.
No venerable civil rights organization the oldest in our country can he might have walked into the room and talk about how we -- basic public education because we know education disrupt property.
-- we'll get to -- speaking to his base remark in a moment.
Now either missed Taylor missed it or she's not being honest because during his speech the governor spoke to the education issue.
I would give the parents of every low -- -- and special needs -- -- chance to choose where their child goes to school.
For the first time in history if I'm president federal education funds will be linked to a student.
So that parents can send their child to any public or charter school they choose.
They'll get more specific than that so obviously governor Romney did address education and again -- Taylor misled the folks who hurt her but why.
It's very interesting question part of the answer is provided -- now Nancy Pelosi.
Well -- it was a calculated move on his part to get food at that NAACP convention.
But miss Pelosi did not explain that the reported an -- to.
On the surface it doesn't seem to make much sense does it why would any politician want to get -- But talking points believes Nancy Pelosi is saying something very provocative.
Former -- the house seems to believe that governor Romney wanted to get scored.
So people who don't like blacks.
Would rally to his cause that was what the base remark was by ms.
That's an underlying theme being put out by the far left that Ronnie wanted to be received poorly in Houston.
So that anti black people.
Would vote for him.
Want to make it very clear that no one in the Obama campaign is saying that.
But clearly missed blows in this -- are implying it was a racial component of the governor's appearance and used in a fair country that innuendo.
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