Monday, October 24, 2011

Ron Paul: We have to stop worrying about whose mowing Mitt Romney’s yard

( -- GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul qualified his recent comments about being disgusted during the Las Vegas Presidential debate on Meet the Press, adding that the debates need to focus less on who’s mowing whose lawn and more on pertinent issues.

Meet The Press Host David Gregory asked Paul on Sunday what turns him off about the presidential debates.

“I guess it’s the uselessness of some of this rhetoric,” Paul said. “I mean arguing over who mows Mitt Romney’s lawn in the midst of a crisis—a sovereign debt worldwide crisis. The biggest in the history of the world and the financial system of the world is about to collapse.”

Paul added that the United States is getting ready to have another devaluation of its credit rating and that the United States has to get it’s spending under control.

“We’re gotta have to get a hand on this. We have to quit worrying about whose mowing Mitt Romney’s yard,” Paul said.

The Des Moines Register quotes Paul on Friday as saying “I can tell you that after the first 45 minutes I was tempted to walk off that stage. I thought it was disgusting.” Paul made those comments after he toured a wind-turbine blade manufacturer in Newton, Iowa.

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