UPDATE 3:00 PM EST
Ask and you shall receive! Mother Jones has released the full videos of Mitt Romney private fundraiser. Check out what Romney has to say, in full, in the video above and below.
SOURCE: Mother Jones
Mother Jones blew Money Mitt wide open, recently publishing a series of secretly recorded video snippets of Mitt Romney speaking very candidly to a group of wealthy campaign donors during a private fundraiser.
In the video we ran yesterday, Mitt dismissed nearly half of the American population that support President Obama as government dependent freeloaders who do not take responsibility for their lives or pay taxes, which you can watch above.
Today, Mother Jones confirmed that the intimate fundraiser took place May 17 at the Florida home of Marc Leder, a controversial private equity manager, where guests coughed up $50,000 for a plate.
Now, MJ has released more videos featuring Mitt putting his foot in his mouth. Here's more of what went down:
When asked to address the "Palestinian problem," Mitt responded saying that the Palestinians have "no interest whatsoever in establishing peace, and that the pathway to peace is almost unthinkable to accomplish."
Romney also spoke about his theories on foreign policy and Iran, stating his reasons on cracking down on Tehran's nuclear program.
Here, Romney said it is "naive" of the President to think that he can convince foreign leaders "like Putin and Chávez and Ahmadinejad to get along with Americans.
When asked why his campaign has not buffed up their attacks on Obama, Romney explained their strategy of not wanting to make Americans feel like they made a mistake in voting for Obama, but rather that Obama is a good guy that happens to be a poor president.
Romney also told the millionaire donors to rest assured about his consultants who he says have worked for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Romney explains his strategy behind using less intellectually sophisticated attacks against the incumbent president.
Lastly, Romney boasted that the markets would have a favorable reaction if he was to win the presidency in 2012.