Friday, February 24, 2012

Big Arena, Mini Rally

Mitt Romney had a miniature rally in a big arena.  The average person in Michigan doesn't like Mitt Romney.

Mitt Romney Just Spoke To An EMPTY Stadium In Detroit
Reporters at the event immediately began tweeting photos that showed that Romney was, in fact, speaking to an empty stadium.

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Birth Control Hypocrite

While Governor, Mitt Romney said nothing about a state law providing for birth control.  When Obama recently made a similar directive on birth control, flip-flop Mitt Romney spoke out against it.  It was OK when Mitt was Governor, but now he says it is not OK.

Mitt Romney has said the Obama administration is intruding on religious freedom by moving to require religious–affiliated employers to cover contraception services in their health insurance plans.
When confronted with a similar law as governor of Massachusetts, Mr. Romney didn't raise objections on religious or moral grounds, say people who worked in his administration or in health care interest groups there.

Gov. Romney quiet on birth-control law
Mitt Romney faulted President Barack Obama's original push to require church-affiliated employers to pay for birth control as an "assault on religion," but as Massachusetts governor, Romney was largely silent about a state law that required virtually the same contraceptive coverage.

Thursday, February 2, 2012

Romney Does Not Support Constitution

Will Mitt Romney's years of flip flops continue if the is President?  Will he uphold the Constitution?

This Mormon says Mitt Romney will not uphold the Constitution:
Romney's position on many issues is actually at odds with the teachings of modern day Church leaders. answer Romney gave during the first South Carolina debate. The moderator asked him if, as president, he would have signed NDAA FY2012 into law as it was written. He answered without hesitation: "Yes, I would have."
... Critics of the law say it removes U.S. citizens' right to due process and a speedy and public trial as guaranteed in the 5th and 6th Amendments. The bill was passed overwhelmingly in the House and the Senate, and President Obama signed it quietly into law on New Year's Eve.