Skip to comments.WHO WOULDN'T ENJOY FIRING THESE PEOPLE?
Posted on 01/11/2012 2:16:19 PM PST by Recovering_Democrat
Earlier this week, Mitt Romney got into trouble for saying, "I like being able to fire people who provide services to me." To comprehend why the political class reacted as if Romney had just praised Hitler, you must understand that his critics live in a world in which no one can ever be fired -- a world known as "the government."
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Does she think she’ll be big again if Romney is elected?
Ann the RINO defending Willard the pro-TARPing Liberal/Vulture.
So, Annie the Willard apologist..
Why should American taxpayers have to be forced to pay for Willards business incompetence and greed?
Workers were denied the severance pay and health insurance theyd been promised, and their pension benefits were cut..
Whats more, a FEDERAL GOVERNMENT insurance agency had to PONY UP $44 MILLION TO BAIL OUT the companys underfunded pension plan.
Nevertheless, Bain profited on the deal, receiving $12 million on its $8 million initial investment and at least $4.5 million in consulting fees.
The Wall Street Journal analysis is devastating for Willard the Vulture/Lib at Bain..
Adding insult to injury, Bain would hide its profits in tax havens, not even paying the rate it was supposed to on the profits it made laying off workers.
Lets see how the taxpayers feel about bailing out these companies pension funds and receiving no tax money back from Bain. Lets let the people decide what they think of bailing out Romney.
Bottom line again: Why should American taxpayers have to be forced to pay for Willards business incompetence and greed?
Defending the Mass Liberal Willard Romney is b&
Ann claims she’s a conservative. Yet supports RINOs like Romney and Christie. While trashing Sarah Palin.
I have no use for Ann any longer.
Coulter's writings often go out of the way to tweak and upset people to cause a reaction. After that, it's claimed the readers "don't get it," when it was by design.
Mann can't feign outrage or dismay over this latest reaction.
I still love Ann.
Here’s the irony:
Her anecdotes are good arguments against ObamaCare,
but nominating Willard will deprive the GOP of its strongest principled argument AGAINST ObamaCare. (What are we left with? “It’s fine for STATES to force you to buy insurance, just not the FEDS.”)
It’s not even greed, it’s evasive, crooked policy taken for the sake of greed.
The only way she’ll be big again is if she goes on a high starch diet. She pissed me off years ago anyway.
Yet he did not fire his illegal gardeners.
Which would imply that if Massachusetts wanted to compel its citizens to buy a box of Kellogg’s Corn Flakes each week, it could also do so, an asinine policy if not banned by Massachusetts’ constitution. Where are all these ballyhooed privacy rights coming in? What if I preferred store brand corn flakes? What if I don’t want the state doctors on my body?
No, Ann. Or "not for long." Insurers are gradually heading for the exits in Massachusetts because their costs are up, yet the state bureaucrats are denying the insurers' requests to make commensurate increases in their premiums. The insurers are doing the math and acting accordingly. Soon there will be only one insurer, namely the government -- just as will occur over a decade or so with ObamaCare.
Romney did not fire his illegal gardeners or a single government worker in Massachusetts.
I see “fire” and “Ann” in that order.