Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Romney's Unprosecuted Fraud

In 2012, Newt Gingrich released a video detailing Mitt Romney's fraud at Bain Capital.

This wasn't capitalism.  What Mitt Romney did at Bain Capital was fraud and asset stripping.

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Like Lindsey Graham

If Mitt Romney had become the current president, his track record shows he would have compromised values and given away conservative values in the spirit of compromise.  Along those lines of compromising away conservative viewpoints, Lindsey Graham is showing how Mitt Romney would have done it.

The Wall Street Journal reports on Lindsey Graham failing to fight for the 2nd amendment
"A Democratic gun-control measure moved closer to reaching the Senate floor Sunday when a high-profile Republican said he doesn’t plan to join his party’s efforts to block it. Despite deep misgivings about the underlying legislation, Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina told CNN Sunday that he would only join a Republican-led filibuster if ... "

That is how big government fake Republicans compromise away the Constitution and conservative values.  If Mitt Romney had become President, Old Guard Established Republicans (OGERs) such as Lindsey Graham would have a faster path to destroying America.

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

No New Ideas

Mitt Romney has no ideas on foreign policy in general, and no new idea on Middle East foreign policy.  To summarize, Mitt Romney's Middle East foreign policy is, "more of what Obama is doing, with more bombs."

From an article on foreignpolicy.com:

Mitt Romney's op-ed in Sunday's Wall Street Journal, which ran under the headline, "A New Course for the Middle East". Even by the standards of political silly season and in the heat of battle weeks before an election -- when exaggeration, obfuscation, and willful distortion become the orders of the day -- this article sets a new bar for its vacuity, aimlessness and lack of coherence. There's nothing "new" in it, and it provides no "course for the Middle East." If anything, it takes us back to the kind of muscular nonsense and sloganeering that has wreaked havoc on our credibility in recent years.

Monday, December 10, 2012

Subsidies for MegaBanks

This article, from before the election, reads like a recap of Romney's campaign failure.  This was not truly a failure because Romney couldn't speak out against the bank subsidies.  The Libertarians could have taken this issue and attracted Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street voters.

Mitt and the Moochers
Romney is right to raise the issue of subsidies, but he badly misstates what has happened in the US during the last four years. The big, nontransparent, and dangerous subsidies are off-budget, contingent liabilities generated by government support for too-big-to-fail financial institutions.  These subsidies do not appear in any annual appropriation, and they are not well measured by the government - which is part of what makes them so appealing to the big banks and so damaging to everyone else.
If only Romney had turned popular disdain for subsidies against the global megabanks, he would now be coasting into the White House.

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Sunday, November 11, 2012

GOP Insiders Blame Loss On The Poor

Wealthy elite who backed the bankster Mitt Romney will themselves a story so they can feel better.

Jon Stewart reported:
President Obama won another term. According to Bill O’Reilly and Sarah Palin, [the] American [voter] who feel they are entitled to “things” cast their vote for the president who gives them handouts.
“What an incredible story to tell yourselves,” Stewart said. “We would’ve won if it weren’t for the moral failings of the non-real America. Fox lost because last night, minorities, who feel entitled to things, came and took the country away form the self-sufficient, white, Medicare retirees and upper class tax avoidance experts ...”

Saturday, November 10, 2012

Karl Rove's Math

Everyone should be able to observe that Karl Rove is a paid political consultant who will lie to the people paying him.  On election night, Karl Rove proved that he can not do math when he continued to argue that Obama would not take Ohio.

Those who pay Karl Rove are the morons:
Shortly after Fox and everyone else called Ohio and the election for President Obama, Rove staged a live TV mutiny. He insisted that the Ohio call had been premature and then forced Fox’s Megan Kelly to make an SNL like walk through the Fox building and confront the network’s official number counters with Rove’s objections.