The Making of Mitt Romney
The Boston Globe
Today, the Causses live outside Bordeaux; in an interview in April, Marie-Blanche Causse said, 'I remember that I knew that he was a son of the governor of Michigan. I remember thinking that he would go far, himself, in politics, or that he would be some kind of leader.' Jean Causse added, 'he had a personality that was above average for the other missionaries. Usually the missionaries that are 18, 19 years old stay in their corners, they don't speak good French, and you have to approach them, they're a little timid, but MItt Romney had a personality that was good. He was very comfortable communicating with others.''
Today, the Causses live outside Bordeaux; in an interview in April, Marie-Blanche Causse said, "I remember that I knew that he was a son of the governor of Michigan. I remember thinking that he would go far, himself, in politics, or that he would be some kind of leader." Jean Causse added, "he had a personality that was above average for the other missionaries. Usually the missionaries that are 18, 19 years old stay in their corners, they don't speak good French, and you have to approach them, they're a little timid, but MItt Romney had a personality that was good. He was very comfortable communicating with others.''
(Globe Staff Photo / Scott LaPierre)