Mitt Romney remembers Detroit celebration from before he was born
Several nights ago, Mitt Romney began to recount a tale about when Detroit was the pride of the nation. “I think my dad had a job, like, being the grand master or whatever of the 50th celebration of the automobile in Detroit,” Romney said in Milford. “They painted Woodward Avenue with gold paint. My memory’s a little foggy here, so, uh, but – yeah I was probably four or something like that. But they had the cars go down Woodward Avenue.” His memory was a little foggy, however, because he wasn’t born.