Rothschild: “I feel sorry for Mitt Romney,” * OUCH!Submitted by barracuda_trader on Wed, 04/25/2012 - 22:54
Do you realize who this is? This is like the Devil's Wife herself, giving one of Hell's demons a bad reference.
“I feel sorry for Mitt Romney,” she said. “I think Mitt Romney has the Al Gore problem, which is that he’s perfect on paper but he does not connect with people and I don’t think there’s anything he can do.”
“And I think his flip-flopping is not a good thing,” she added. “He’s made too many Faustian bargains and we need somebody who stands up for what they believe. I think Obama would roll him…I don’t think he can beat Obama.”
Wife of wealthy financier Sir Evelyn de Rothschild, Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild, a well-connected American lawyer and entrepreneur.
The Romney campaign declined to comment on Forester’s remarks.
Forester was once a prominent fundraiser for Hillary Clinton in 2008, but then drew attention when she later supported Senator John McCain against Obama."
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The House of Rothschild
Ethnicity Ashkenazi Jewish
Current region Monaco, Luxembourg, France, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, United Kingdom, Cayman Islands
Place of origin Frankfurt am Main
Waddesdon Manor, donated to charity by the family in 1957.
One of the many estates built by the Austrian branch of the family, Schloss Hinterleiten.
A Rothschild family house in Picardy, France.
The Rothschild family (German: [ˈʁoːt.ʃɪlt]), known as The House of Rothschild, or more simply as the Rothschilds, is a European dynasty, of German-Jewish origin, that established European banking and finance houses starting in the late 18th century. Five lines of the Austrian branch of the family have been elevated to Austrian nobility, being given hereditary baronies of the Habsburg Empire by Emperor Francis II in 1816. Another line, of the British branch of the family, was elevated to British nobility at the request of Queen Victoria. It has been argued that during the 19th century, the family possessed by far the largest private fortune in the world as well as by far the largest fortune in modern world history.