TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 2012
VOTE TO RE-CALL GOV. SCOTT WALKER
HE’S BOUGHT BY KOCH BROTHERS!
IF YOU ARE PARTYING HARDY…
DON’T DRINK AND DRIVE!
LIKE MY METAPHOR?
Romney: “It’s not worth moving heaven and earth”
On Tuesday, our nation marked the first anniversary of Osama bin Laden’s death. Romney and his allies spent the day claiming that anyone would have made the same call President Obama did. Of course, with the benefit of hindsight, it’s easy for Romney to boast that he would’ve ordered the bin Laden mission. But his own past statements on the issue simply don’t back him up. We chronicled some of these statements — take a look and let others know how Romney felt about things in 2007:
MITT, HARNESS THAT TONGUE!
Romney: Too extreme for women
Romney’s right-wing positions — like promising to “get rid of” Planned Parenthood, refusing to say whether he would have signed or vetoed the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, and his over-the-top praise for controversial public figures like Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett and Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell — make it clear just how out of touch he is when it comes to women’s issues. Here is a video highlighting some of Romney’s most extreme stances. Check it out, and make sure others see it, too. Thanks!
WOMEN, YOUR BALLOT
IS A LETHAL WEAPON!
YOUR TARGET? MITT ROMNEY!
Headlines reporting “Jobs Report: More of the Same” rang out this morning from numerous media outlets but does two months of lackluster numbers actually reflect the trend these banners imply? Or does it illustrate a forgetfulness which blurs all things beyond the haze of the previous 2 months?
Yes, the jobs reports for both March and April were below expectations, this is true. In of itself, taken out of context, these numbers are not impressive fostering concern about our economic stability. In recoveries such as this, it’s not the short-term fluctuations that tell all, it’s the broader trends that matter. A disservice is paid to everyone if these figures are not placed upon the backdrop of the larger economy.
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