Mitt Romney had the following to say,
Yet, there was mass-fraud committed against possibly thousands of Massachusetts citizens by the company hired to collect signatures to try to get gay marriage banned in Massachusetts.
"The people here today have followed the law, followed the process established in the Constitution, and gathered an astounding 170,000 signatures."
To me, it is one of the pivotal moments in Massachusetts politics over the past few years. I saw a Governor that was probably happy it happened. I saw an Attorney General who was running for Governor and claimed to support equality in marriage, yet didn't put all that much effort into coming to the bottom of such a disgrace (when it was documented on TV!). I saw distant relatives and close aquaintances who signed on the dotted line and wondered if they just weren't fans of equality or were one of the thousands scammed.
So for Mitt Romney to pretend that this was a completely legal process obviously peeves me in ways that I just don't even have the proper words to describe. Not that I have to tell many readers this, but don't believe a word that comes out of that cockroach's mouth. Good riddens, Mitt Romney. Have fun on the campaign trail (not that he's going to win).