Skip to comments.Vanity: Can we put together a Mitt Romney truth file?
Posted on 03/14/2012 2:10:00 PM PDT by JSDude1
Somewhere, that we can access all the LIES and flip-flopps that Mitt Romney has done over the years..? That way when we want to ACCESS this information to repost either here, or on facebook or other websites we will have easy access?!
http://www.mittvmitt.com/ is a decent start, though of course it’s pro-Obama.
A Romney truth file? That would be a post-it size piece of paper.
I can see on other forums the posts from liberals about the "peace and prosperity of the Clinton years", and the great economy that Bush inherited and wrecked for Obama to fix. If the Dems can't run on Obama's record, they'll try to run on Clinton's.
I think we need to be ready.
That’s an excellent idea! Please ping me when you’ve completed it.
Mitt Obamney: Father of “ObamaCare”, Father of “Same-Sex Marriage”, Defender of abortion and global warming. That’s enough for me.
The man is INSANE.
There’s been one since 2008: http://www.freerepublic.com/tag/romneytruthfile/
Here a very succinct summary of his major failings from a socially conservative point of view.
It would be a very small file.............
We also need a truth file on MSM and Santorum and Gingrich and of course the star of the show Obama.
1. The truth about Mitt, and
2. When he is telling the truth.
Extra paper may be needed to complete #1, not so much #2.
That is a good summary. I wonder if Bishop Willard’s anti-family, anti-life policies as a governor, at the same time he discouraged such things amongst his co-religionists, is a bit of a Margaret Sanger policy aimed at ‘gentiles’ rather than ‘racial inferiors’. Abort or homosexualize THEM, breed OURS like stock, rinse and repeat for four generations and see where we get . . .
A duplicitous and malevolent man, Bishop Willard.
I don’t think it’s as sinister as all that. He hasn’t a single principle that he holds on to. All he does was to please the polls and cement his legacy. It’s what he thought would make him most popular and get elected.
He’s really a one-trick pony: an ego-driven political huckster. Once you approach him from that point of view, it all makes sense.
Perhaps. When Beck was touting how Bishop Willard actually was a moral man, because while he publicly promoted anti-life, anti-family policy in Massachusetts he privately discouraged such deviant practices within Mormon circles, I had to wonder: Why? Why promote and even subsidize sterility in the greater population, while discouraging that path of oblivion in one’s own small group?
I still question the motives for that dichotomy, but otherwise agree with your post.
The notorious left wing lib news rag endorses the cardboard man.
Editorial: For the Republicans, Romney
10:24 PM CDT, March 16, 2012
This year, as rarely before, the presidential primary campaign lands in Illinois as a work very much in progress. The Democrats? They’ve settled on a candidate. But Republicans in the Land of, yes, Lincoln have urgent work to do for their debt-besotted nation and their ostentatiously divided party.
America first: The United States its people’s sense of normalcy and, more gravely, their future prosperity is in danger. Our national debt, trudging toward $16 trillion, exceeds the size of our economy. We owe more than we produce. And we are borrowing an additional $3 million every minute. As in the insolvent state of Illinois, debt repayment to lenders such as China increasingly crowds out spending on other priorities. Today’s Washington isn’t oblivious. Just useless.
Before we talk politics, consider: Entitlement costs and other “payments to individuals” now consume two-thirds of our federal budget. And with only a relative few baby boomers already 65, spending on retirees will explode. This lethal pathology neither Medicare nor Social Security can survive as is threatens the career incomes of our children and grandchildren. They will spend their work lives as indentured servants to their elders.
Who might engineer a fix? Only one of the four Republicans still in this primary race has the personal skill set, the painfully won experience, to appreciate this peril and to guide Americans through their own financial rescue. For many of those Americans, the nation’s debt debacle still seems drab, dense, something to think about tomorrow. Yet it risks shrinking and marginalizing our country’s future and global influence, just as debt debacles are shrinking and marginalizing much of Europe.
While three of the Republican candidates were giving speeches and casting votes in Congress, one of these four was managing, and sometimes salvaging, large enterprises in the public and private sectors. One of these four was forced to make costly organizations live, however unpleasantly, within their means. One of these four was learning what it is to live with the often good, sometimes bad, consequences of his executive decisions.
For his demonstrated abilities and the economic pragmatism at his core, the Tribune endorses former Gov. Mitt Romney of Massachusetts as the Republicans’ best, most responsible choice in Tuesday’s Illinois primary.