Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Romney Is A Moron

Linus Torvalds continues his unvarnished criticism of Mitt Romney, calling him a moron.

Romney said, "... the windows don’t open. I don’t know why they don’t do that. It’s a real problem. So it’s very dangerous."

Linus's post on Google+, in reference to Romney's idea of airplane windows that can be opened.
"He really seems to be a f*cking moron."


Mormonism And Scientology

Few commentators are willing to discuss the cult-like religion of Mitt Romney.  Linus Torvald, the creator of the Linux operating system, commented on Romney's Mormon religion.  Linus call Mormonism "Batshit Crazy".

The post on Google+
... Mormonism as a religion is a fairly close second to the Scientologists in the race to "Batshit Crazy", and quite frankly, it's not brought up enough in politics because of idiotic politically correct fears of religious criticism.
... So despite that apparent widespread acknowledgement that there's some serious crazy stuff there based on the rantings on a convicted con-man, the social bonds seem to hold it together fairly closely.

Saturday, September 8, 2012

Pretender Not Contender

Mitt Romney has never attracted real grassroots enthusiasm.  TV viewers of the 2012 Republican National Convention were significantly lower than 2008.  During the RNC, Mitt Romney looked more like a pretender than a contender.

Romney Bombs: Convention Speech Draws 13 Million Fewer Viewers than McCain in ’08
Mitt Romney’s convention speech was watched by 25 million Americans, which is 13 million fewer viewers than watched John McCain accept the Republican nomination in 2008.
Mitt Romney’s inability to captivate the nation resulted in a gain of only 5 million viewers from the second night to the third night of the Republican convention. ...

Monday, September 3, 2012

Romney Is Multiple-Choice On Abortion

Mitt Romney is for abortion.
"I will preserve and protect a woman's right to choose."

In the video the comment is made, "Mitt Romney is not pro-choice or anti-choice he is multiple choice."