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Julian Robertson Likes Mitt Romney So Much He’s Considering Letting The Governor Take Over The Number 1 Spot On Speed Dial

A slot previously held by a certain Home Depot founder who’d better step his shit up next time he’s on CNBC.

“I think people are getting to know the real Mitt Romney. I am thrilled that that is happening. He is really quite a guy. He is, in my opinion, intellectually and morally and managerially the man that is most qualified by far to be president of the United States. You’re having a guy this afternoon that is a great hero of mine, but Mitt Romney is even better than Ken Langone…I think the campaign is going good. I think Governor Romney is really getting the American people to see the real Romney. That is what we have needed all along. I wish his family would expose itself more…I’d like to see Mrs. Romney, I would like to see the boys out and all of that more.”

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13 Responses to “Julian Robertson Likes Mitt Romney So Much He’s Considering Letting The Governor Take Over The Number 1 Spot On Speed Dial”

  1. sme says:

    "Hi Mitt, it's me…"

  2. Guest says:

    "I can't trust a man who doesn't drink, because a man who doesn't drink doesn't trust himself."

  3. Frankenstorm says:

    He probably thinks Cloud Atlas is going to be a good movie, too.

  4. guest says:

    "I wish his family would expose itself more."

    There's a decent joke in there somewhere but I'm too hungover to really look for it.

  5. Hobbes says:

    Caption: 1) "In the beginning there were two candidates." 2) "Then there was a debate." 3) "And now there's only one candidate."

  6. guest says:

    I wonder if Julian updated Mitt on foreign policy for the debate, as a man who owns an entire corner of New Zealand he is clearly in touch with the pulse of the world stage.

  7. Herb Schmertz says:

    Why is he referring to Mrs. Romney's breasts as "the boys?"

  8. Jules says:

    Richard Gere's a real hero of mine. Mitt Romney. Mitt Romney would be another person who's a hero. The jobs he's created over the years, I don't really know much about it, but the fact that he's creating them, I respect that.