I am a perpetual student…literally. If there were an award for perseverance, I would surely win it.  After getting married while still in college, I dropped out to start my new life with my husband.  We lived an hour and a half drive from the nearest university and there was no such thing as on-line classes back in the day. So I returned to college in my twenties just in time to find out I was pregnant.

Did I mention the commute time? Those were fun days, chewing on crackers and drinking ginger ale while stopping every fifteen minutes to…never mind. So again, I dropped out.

I returned in my early thirties but now, with three teenagers at home, I soon developed stomach ulcers…seriously… trying to keep up with their activities and my studies.

Finally, at the age of 48, I earned my coveted degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with concentrations in Psychology, Education, and English.  That was one of the proudest days of my life…and, yes, I looked really cute in that cap and gown as I walked with those twenty-somethings!

So, why am I boring you with this trivia?

The following photo is being widely circulated on social media and I just don’t get it:

According to ABC News, Mitt Romney was speaking at Otterbein University in Ohio this past April when this seemingly innocuous statement was pounced upon by the leftist media as proof that Mitt Romney was “out-of-touch” with the “common man.” At the DNC, Julian Castro’s speech went on offense against the Republican presidential candidate.

“Mitt Romney, quite simply, doesn’t get it,” said Castro. Criticizing Romney for telling students to ‘borrow money from your parents,’ and saying to laughter, ‘Gee, why didn’t I think of that?’ Castro said, ‘I don’t think Governor Romney meant any harm. I think he is a good guy. I just don’t think he has any idea how good he’s had it.’”

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