Saturday, January 28, 2012

Mitt Bitch Slaps Newt!!

I may have to eat my words if Mitt keeps up his strong defense against the bully on the block, Newt. The words I refer to are in this article.
The Florida Debate showed a side of Mitt that many, including myself, were surprised to see. Romney bitch slapped Newt all over the stage on more than one occasion. Here is the transcript of one such creative moment by Mitt…
GINGRICH: Okay. The governor has cheerfully — the governor has cheerfully attacking me inaccurately and he knows it. The contracts we released from Freddie Mac said I would do no consulting, wrote in, no — I mean no lobbying, none. But this is a more interesting story. We began digging in after Monday night because frankly I’d had about enough of this. We discovered to our shock, Governor Romney owns shares of both Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Governor Romney made a million dollars off of selling some of that. Governor Romney owns share — has an investment in Goldman Sachs, which is today foreclosing on Floridians.
So maybe Governor Romney in the spirit of openness should tell us how much money he’s made off of how many households that have been foreclosed by his investments? And let’s be clear about that.
ROMNEY: First of all, my investments are not made by me. My investments for the last 10 years have been in a blind trust, managed by a trustee. Secondly, the investments that they’ve made, we’ve learned about this as we made our financial disclosure, have been in mutual funds and bonds. I don’t own stock in either Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac. There are bonds that the investor has held through mutual funds. And Mr. Speaker, I know that sounds like an enormous revelation, but have you checked your own investments? You also have investments through mutual funds that also invest in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
It was great to see the obnoxious Gingrich being taken down a few pegs with that exchange, as Newt’s silence after that  spat showed he was caught completely by surprise when Mitt revealed that he also had investments in Fannie and Freddie. He knew when he was in over his head and just took his blows quietly, as all bullies do when they are opposed and exposed.
Mitt was funny at times [one time] when after an exchange, Mitt came back with this little ditty that had the crowd laughing and applauding…
ROMNEY: You know, our problem is not 11 million grandmothers. (APPLAUSE)
He was almost human for the most part as shown here,  almost showing some emotion even…
BLITZER: I just want to make sure I understand. Is he still the most anti-immigrant candidate?
GINGRICH: I think, of the four of us, yes.
BLITZER: Go ahead, Governor.
ROMNEY: That’s simply unexcusable. That’s inexcusable. And, actually, Senator Marco Rubio came to my defense and said that ad was inexcusable and inflammatory and inappropriate.
Mr. Speaker, I’m not anti-immigrant. My father was born in Mexico. My wife’s father was born in Wales. They came to this country. The idea that I’m anti-immigrant is repulsive.
Don’t use a term like that. You can say we disagree on certain policies, but to say that enforcing the U.S. law to protect our borders, to welcome people here legally, to expand legal immigration, as I have proved, that that’s somehow anti anti-immigrant is simply the kind of over-the-top rhetoric that has characterized American politics too long.
And I’m glad that Marco Rubio called you out on it. I’m glad you withdrew it. I think you should apologize for it, and I think you should recognize that having differences of opinions on issues does not justify labeling people with highly charged epithets.  
Until now, everyone thought Mitt was just a robot or a clone of a statue, but he actually showed some enthusiasm for the job he is vying for. He appeared eager to face off with the President of the United States, Barack Obama, in an effort to beat him in an election that would be watched with bated breath around the world.

There is still a slim chance that Mitt may not be allowed by the Republican establishment to win this race. It is understood in Republican circles that the fair and loving Right Wing ‘Christians’ will not vote for a Mormon. Many have said they may stay home rather than elect a Mormon…their words not mine, as this video shows. [Click ahead in interview to 1:55 on time counter]
This upcoming election is not only important to Americans but is the hinge on which the door of a Global Depression swings. If the Republicans win, the world will be sent into a tailspin similar to, but worse than, the recession caused by the Bumbling George Dumbya Bush.
Many people have suffered and indeed died as a result of George’s and the Republicans’ ‘policies.’ 

We would do well to remember who allowed this recession to materialize and I hasten to add that Bush and his cronies were only too pleased to start two wars which cost thousands of our Soldiers their lives.
So here’s hoping that the worst possible candidate wins the nomination and saves the world as a result…by losing to the POTUS!!
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