Mitt Romney just made a totally dickish comment at a campaign event in Commerce, MI:
No one’s ever asked to see my birth certificate. They know that this is the place where we were born and raised.
Here’s what you need to know about “where Mitt was born and raised.” It was razed, two years ago, after having been declared a “public nuisance” and “blight.”
Granted, the house was no longer owned by his family. Nevertheless, I can think of no better symbol for Mitt than the way Detroit’s glorious past has been destroyed after vulture capitalists like him outsourced the area’s jobs and then allowed the city to fall into ruin.
Remember, when Mitt said, “let Detroit go bankrupt,” he was also condemning “where he was born and raised.”