Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is drawing some attention after he got into a heated discussion during a town hall, at times holding his hand up and raising his voice to insist he be allowed to answer a woman's questions.
It happened Wednesday in New Hampshire when an audience member pressed the former Massachusetts governor about his support for "cut, cap and balance," telling him, "I wish you would speak the truth rather than say something you think is a platitude, when in fact we do need the government to spend money."
The woman repeatedly talked over Romney, prompting him to ask "Do you have a question? Do you have a question and let me answer it" and later say, "You had your turn madam, now let me have mine. ... Just hold on a moment. Just hold on."
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Meanwhile, former Obama spokesman Bill Burton lashed out at Romney Thursday for the exchange. Burton, a former deputy White House spokesman and current senior strategist for Democratic "super-PAC" Priorities USA Action, said the candidate has "no core principles."
"Candidates can get testy when they have to defend their core weaknesses and for Mitt Romney, it's that he has no core principles and shifts positions depending on what office he is seeking," Burton told Mediaite.
This isn't the first time this month Romney's been at the center of a rowdy voters: An angry crowd shouted him down at one point during a speech at the Iowa State Fair.