Southfield, MI (PRWEB) August 02, 2012
With the upcoming presidential election on the horizon, residents of New York have been pouring out their opinions in response to Fieger's commercial and on who is best suited in office as The President of the United States. Geoffrey Fieger, who is Michigan’s and America’s leading and record setting trial attorney, is no stranger to standing up for what he believes in; and has generated a lot of attention in recent weeks. First calling Obama critics racist, he’s now touched on a piece of “Romney’s uncovered past” that hits close to home.
“We’ve now learned that a then 18 year old Mitt Romney led a gang of bullies who attacked another student and held him down while Romney cut off his hair,” said Fieger.
According to Fieger, the shocking part is that Romney is looking the American People right in the eyes and claiming that he doesn’t have any recollection of the appalling event. If he doesn’t remember doing something this horrific as a young adult, what does that say about his character and as a potential leader.
“The other perpetrators have all confessed that the event has haunted them for years; but not our Mitt. Anyone who claims they don’t remember physically attacking someone is either a sociopath or a liar; or both,” stated Fieger.
Fieger is a victim of this exact scenario, in which two adults held him down and cut off his hair. “When I was 14 years old, two adult sadists at the Detroit Country Day School held me down and shaved my head because they didn’t like hair on boys. The memory of that abuse is burned into my mind,” asserted Fieger.
Being a living example and feeling that abuse and trauma during such an incident, Fieger firmly believes that Mitt is putting a blanket over the eyes of the misinformed and deceiving the people of the United States.
In the wake of his politically charged commercials, Fieger has appeared on Local 4 News in Michigan in a heated debate amongst opposition, leading the argument with his charismatic demeanor. In support of the average American citizen and standing up for something, Fieger has launched a website called “In My America” as well as promoted and encouraged others to stand up for what they believe in on Fieger Law’s Facebook page, Twitter (#inmyamerica) and on the videos being circulated.
While some may be afraid to voice the truth, Fieger has always stood by his motto “If you don’t stand for something, you end up standing for nothing.”
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