Friday, December 30, 2011

Romney Flip-Flops On Bailouts

Mitt Romney flip-flops on supporting bailouts.

"I think there is need for economic stimulus. Americans have lost about $11 trillion in net worth … And government can help make that up in a very difficult time." [CNN, Late Edition, 1/4/09]

"I have never supported the President's Recovery Act... No time, no where, no how have I supported the President's stimulus." [Romney Town Hall, Goffstown NH, 9/28/11]

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Romney Owes Perry $10k

During the GOP candidate forum Saturday night, Mitt Romney showed he is an out-of-touch rich guy when he offered to be $10,000.  The Jon Huntsman campaign created the website which answers the question, "Why Mitt Romney Owes Rick Perry $10,000".

Mitt could have wagered $10 or $100.  Mitt showed he is out of touch with the economic plight of most Americans.

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Cost of Romney's Record Purge

Mitt Romney's purging government-owned records before he left office cost nearly $100,000.  Where are the handcuffs?  Where are the prosecutors?  Apparently there are different rules for the 1% elites.
Mitt Romney spent nearly $100,000 in state funds to replace computers in his office at the end of his term as governor of Massachusetts in 2007 as part of an unprecedented effort to keep his records secret, Reuters has learned.

Romney's Record Purge

Mitt Romney illegally purged electronic records before leaving office in Massachusetts. Why did he want to keep the public from accessing emails?
Romney had authorized the purging of emails and other closely-held electronic records at the end of administration.

Romney also allowed aides to buy and remove their government hard drives and authorized the replacement of leased computers in his executive offices.

Massachusetts officials say Mitt Romney violated state law, but they will not investigate:
McNiff also said Tuesday that the commonwealth would not pursue an inquiry into the purge of electronic records even though Massachusetts officials have concluded that state law required Romney's aides to have maintained the records.

Monday, December 5, 2011

Jon Huntsman Outs Mitt

A Jon Huntsman campaign video shows that Mitt Romney is a flip flopper.

The "Mittstant Replay"

Monday, November 28, 2011

Mitt versus Mitt

Democrats have created a TV ad "Mitt versus Mitt" to highlight Mitt Romney's flip flops:
The new ad released Monday is part of effort by Democrats to call attention to Romney's inconsistencies on a number of issues ...

The Democrats also have a website that details some of Mitt Romney's flip flops.

Friday, November 18, 2011

Romney's Secret Emails

Before he left office, Mitt Romney destroyed records and emails contained on government computers.

Flip flops, Romneycare, destruction of government records ... Romney can not be trusted.

Past staffs recall no computer buybacks
Romney’s predecessors’ aides say removal was not standard practice

Top aides to the three Massachusetts governors who preceded Mitt Romney - all of them Republicans - said yesterday they know of no instance when state employees purchased their computer hard drive as they left the administration, as 11 of Romney’s aides did in 2006 as he was laying the groundwork for his first presidential campaign.
That’s almost unthinkable. It seems inherently a bad idea. You almost think you’d want to have a record of everything going on for the public.
11 of Romney’s aides purchased their state-issued hard drives and wiped e-mails from the server at the end of Romney’s term in 2006.

Monday, November 14, 2011

Mitt Romney Likes Fed Money Printing

Mitt Romney will not agree to support a full and complete audit of the Federal Reserve. In 2008, Mitt Romney even advocated for more money printing by the Federal Reserve.

A Republican Stimulus Plan
The Fed should continue to expand the money supply. And, it should confirm that it will not tolerate deflation — the pain of inflation pales in comparison.

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Romney Is Empty Suit

Letter to editor from someone who knows Romney from Massachusetts and thinks Romney is an empty suit:

"Mitt Romney is just one more rich white man with a warped sense of himself derived from a life of privilege who actually believes he's entitled and destined to get whatever he wants. He's an empty suit."

Saturday, October 22, 2011

Romney's Illegal Immigrants

Romney explains why he told his landscaping company to no longer use illegal immigrant labor at his home, "I'm running for office for Pete's sake." Not because it was the right thing to do, but because he was running for office and someone might recognize Mitt Romney is a chronic chameleon.

Friday, October 21, 2011

Romney Wants Foreclosures Accelerated

In a time of widespread homeowner suffering due to the economy and in some cases fraud by lenders, Mitt Romney wants to accelerate foreclosures.  There is a rule of law that governs foreclosures.  That Mitt Romney advocate ignoring the rule of law so financiers can scoop up houses at cheap prices shows an aspect of Mitt Romney that is unfavorable to the average American.

Mitt Romney supports the 1% bankers at the expense of the 99%.

Romney: Accelerate foreclosures to ‘allow investors to buy up homes’

Monday, October 17, 2011

Romney Employed Illegal Immigrants

Why Massachusetts Governor, Mitt Romney employed illegal immigrants to maintain his lawn.  Romney's son also used illegal immigrants to tend his lawn.
The Boston Globe reports today that for the past decade, Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney (R) has employed a landscaping company that relies heavily on undocumented Guatemalan immigrants.

Saturday, October 15, 2011

Grants For Illegal Immigrant Employers

As Massachusetts Governor, Mitt Romney's government provided "$111,150 in state grants over the last four years to hire and train employees".  That employer was later raided by immigration officials because the employees were illegals.

Why would Mitt Romney allow the state government to use taxpayer funds to provide training to illegal immigrants?

Friday, September 30, 2011

Romney Changes Mind About Abortion

For several years, Mitt Romney publicly pledged to protect abortion.  Later Mitt Romney changed his mind and now claims to not support abortion.

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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Romney Is For Gays And Against Gays

Romney continues flip-flopping.  Is he a liberal, a conservative, both, or nothing?

"As a candidate for the U.S. Senate in 1994, he boasted that he would be a stronger advocate of gay rights than his opponent, Ted Kennedy. These days, he makes a point of his opposition to gay marriage and adoption.
People can change, and intransigence is not necessarily a virtue. But Romney has yet to explain this particular set of turnarounds in a way that convinces voters they are based on anything other than his own ambition."

Read more about flip-flop Romney at: Romney should not be the next president

Friday, September 16, 2011

Romney Opposes Medical Marijuana

Mitt Romney describes how he opposes medical marijuana and how he plans to ignore the 10th amendment:

In this video, Mitt Romney refuses to support medical marijuana for a wheel-chair bound pain sufferer:

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Romney Supports The Federal Reserve

The Federal Reserve is not part of the government - they are like a subcontractor that Congress gave power to set the availability of money.

Of all the candidates at the Republican debate last night, Mitt Romney clearly supported the Federal Reserve. Mitt Romney agrees with the status quo and the Federal Reserve rip-off of America's money.

Mitt Romney defends the bankers and says, "We need to have a Fed"

Romney goes on to say he doesn't trust Congress. Maybe Romney thinks we should contract out all of Congress to his personal banker buddies.

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Romney Says "Corporations Are People"

Mitt Romney says, "corporations are people my friend". Mitt Romney is owned by the corporations.

Thursday, July 7, 2011

Mitt Romney: Same old same old

This article from the Examiner in Charleston West Virginia describes "Mitt Romney as the miserable, political failure".

From the article:
Romney, more than any other candidate with the possible exception of Newt, represents the past ten years of miserable, political failure.

Goldman Sachs, whose members have contributed a whopping $231,000 to the Romney campaign so far this year.

... a Romney administration would continue to perpetuate the same disastrous financial and legal policies as previous administrations.

The money quote from the article:
Romney's own views are quite alarming...

Monday, July 4, 2011

Romney Under Fire

Real conservatives know that Mitt Romney is a fake conservative.  Conservative Joe Miller, who ran for US Senate in Alaska, says Romney is a disaster.  "Romney is just going to be a disaster for this country."  Miller is working with the Western Representation PAC to educate American's about Mitt Romney's flip-flop liberalism.

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Romney Is For War Then Against War

From Jack Hunter's review of the June 2011 GOP debate:
Perhaps most amusing was Romney, who said that the US military should not be used to fight for the independence of other nations. This was a complete reversal of his 2008 position when Romney thought that the primary purpose of the US military was to fight for the independence of other nations via his “No Apology” support for the Iraq War.