Latifah Muhammad

Mitt Romney Goes On A Costco Shopping Spree [PHOTOS]


Mitt Romney may be a multimillionaire but that doesn’t mean he can’t enjoy a good bargain.

Romney was seen  with his wife, Ann, stocking up on just about everything during a trip to Costco in La Jolla, Calif. this week.

From TMZ:

Besides the paper plates, dixie cups, wrapping paper, V8 juice drinks, pretzel snacks, Bisquick and bottled water … Mitt and his wife Ann also purchased a model car made by the Maisto company (probably a gift for one of his 18 grandkids … sorry for spoiling Xmas).

TMZ spoke to a rep for Maisto who confirmed their products are manufactured in China … before they’re shipped to the distribution center in Fontana, CA.

Of course, Mitt railed against China during his bid for the presidency … claiming the country is manipulating currency and stealing American manufacturing jobs.

Romney’s inability to connect with average voters may have cost him the election, as he was painted as a wealthy Republican with no concern for the middle class. The 65-year-old didn’t help his image thanks to secretly taped video footage where he announced that 47 percent of Americans feel entitled to government assistance.

Click below for photos from his shopping extravaganza.


Photo: TMZ/NY Daily News

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  • Mitt Rommney may lost the election, but really he is still correct, 47% of thw so called middle class are still struggling and ‘bama is not at all helping let alone the poor and the needy that he is (ab)using to get the fundings to bail out cronies of his and union organizers.

  • Romney isn’t to blame for who Costco buys their products from. Very little is made in the US today, not his fault either. Start holding the” president” accountable.

  • Frank John

    I hope that Audi isn’t Mr. Romney’s car. I have nothing against Audis, I think that they are excellent vehicles, but a presidential candidate should be patriotic.