Here was Romney raw and unplugged—sort of unscripted. With this crowd of fellow millionaires, he apparently felt free to utter what he really believes and would never dare say out in the open. He displayed a high degree of disgust for nearly half of his fellow citizens, lumping all Obama voters into a mass of shiftless moochers who don't contribute much, if anything, to society, and he indicated that he viewed the election as a battle between strivers (such as himself and the donors before him) and parasitic free-riders who lack character, fortitude, and initiative. Yet Romney explained to his patrons that he could not speak such harsh words about Obama in public, lest he insult those independent voters who sided with Obama in 2008 and whom he desperately needs in this election. These were sentiments not to be shared with the voters; it was inside information, available only to the select few who had paid for the privilege of experiencing the real Romney.
An interesting piece of information among many in that video is this one in which Romney states that he thinks people may get tired of hearing his wife speak… That will play well with women voters (not)! Funny that he doesn't realize that people are tired of hearing anyone related to him or his campaign speak, but they are especially tired of him. This is what he said:
We … we, uh, use Ann sparingly right now so that people don't get tired of her.