Where Is Paris, France? That's a Good Question; THE REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE ANSWERS ALL YOUR HOLIDAY PROBLEMS

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Where Is Paris, France? That's a Good Question; THE REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE ANSWERS ALL YOUR HOLIDAY PROBLEMS


Byline: Mitt Romney AS TOLD TO CRAIG BROWN www.dailymail.co.uk/craigbrown

Dear Mitt, My family and I are thinking of vacationing in Paris, France. Just one thing: no one can tell us which country it's in. Please help!

Jeff Bickle, Idaho.

MITT SAYS: That's one question that I'm absolutely determined to address, Jeff. You ask: where is Paris, France? Good question.

Well, I tell you this, Jeff. The strength of our nation lies in challenging the challenges that continue to challenge us, and challenging them honestly, and with all the force at our disposal.

So let us be strong, because a strong America is our only assurance that prosperity will follow hardship. I hope that answers your question, Jeff.

Dear Mitt, What was your favourite part of your recent vacation in London, England? ,

Sally-Ann Travis, New Hampshire.

MITT SAYS: Don't listen to the cynics, Sally-Ann. Never believe them when they try to tell you I made any so-called 'gaffes'. Not true!

My recent visit to London was an unqualified success, no question. Without my intervention, those Olympic Games might never have started. You see, I have to be honest with you, you can't start a race without a pistol.

The right to bear arms is what made our country strong. As I told Prime Minister David uh, David uh, as I made plain to the Prime Minister, the pistol is what keeps the Olympic spirit alive, and no athlete, man, woman or child, should ever have to go out on that track without one.

Dear Mitt, Have you discovered the location of Paris, France, yet? Jeff Bickle, Idaho.

MITT SAYS: Thanks for asking this important question again, my friend. In pursuit of an answer I greatly appreciated the insights and perspectives of Britain's leaders of the government and the opposition. Between them, they were able to inspire some valuable insights -- and, as for the discovery of that particular location, Jeff, I remain very encouraged.

Dear Mitt, Is there a foreign country you would recommend for a vacation?

Lee Sawyer, Texas.

MITT SAYS: It's hard to know just how well any vacation abroad will turn out -- and, let's face facts, my friend, abroad is where these foreign countries tend to be, no one's disputing that. …

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