The controversy over the comments that Mitt Romney made about Obama supporters during a private fundraiser in May continues to unfold this morning after secretly recorded videos of the meeting were leaked last night.
Regarding the millions of Americans who rely on government support, Romney comments, "My job is not to worry about those people. I'll never convince them they should take personal responsibility and care for their lives."
Romney campaign senior adviser Bay Buchanan responds to the backlash over the comments on Starting Point this morning.
"It's clear that what he's talking about when he says he's not worried is that, listen, he's talking politics," Buchanan says. "He's analyzing the voter base."
Buchanan also responds to the negative press the Romney campaign has received this week, calling the attention to Romney's comments "an indictment on the media."
"Everybody said Romney has had a rough week. And certainly this is a bump in the road," Buchanan says. "But is anybody looking at the campaign of Barack Obama? He has spent the last week with America watching as his foreign policy is of appeasement and apologies has disintegrated. We have problems around this world in all the Muslim countries where people's anti-American sentiment is unbelievable. And that's a good week?"