Published: Tuesday, Oct. 2 2012 10:00 a.m. MDT
This picture is worth a thousand words.This is how Mitt Romney
learned "the work ethic" - he played caddy for his daddy!
Read the article -- Mitt Romney is dragging the good name of his
father George through the mud.George Romney was a Republican, true.
but he was moderate, Liberal, Bleeding Heart, compassionate Republican.
When the liberal press has an agenda, they pursue it regardless of journalistic
standards. The NYT is a prime example. They usually report the "facts"
and then counter with "Conservatives say...." implying that they are
factual but conservatives aren't. Dan Rather was the master of liberal
Re: " . . .we just don't know much about our candidates' true
characters despite the relentless coverage . . . ."Relentless
coverage? Ha! Of only one of the candidates.Romney attempts to
gracefully remind an enthusiastically friendly crowd chanting his name that his
running mate is important, too. Result? -- the state-controlled media [MSNBC in
particular] disingenuously and unapologetically spins it in precisely the
opposite direction.As an illegal campaign trick [under federal
elections, federal contracting, and federal ethics laws], and hoping to suppress
a true picture of his failing economy, Obama orders government contractors to
ignore federal labor law that requires them to notify employees of upcoming
layoffs. He promises to cover their costs and fines out of taxpayer dollars.
Result? -- the state controlled media won't even mention, let alone
relentlessly cover it.Real relentless.
I watched the shows presented by CNN on Romney and Obama. What I found
interesting is that they delved into Romney's background going back to his
father, his schools, his friends, his mission, his business education and then
his politics. If anyone could find anything bad to say, they were found.
However, when it was their turn to do the same type of program on Obama, they
started at his political career. They said nothing about his time in
Indonesia, Hawaii, who his mentors were, his college experience, his church,
etc. You'd think his life began in 2004. That was very odd, to say the
To bad mitt isn't more of a chip off of the old block as they say. He
hasn't cared much at all about the very people his father may have
embraced! You know, at this point in our history, his father may have won! I
think Americans want somebody like that.
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