“End Poverty? Reduce Inequality? What Republicans Must Do First”



Didya hear? Mitt Romney might run in 2016. . .

Rich Loser, Mitt Romney
Rich Loser, Mitt Romney

Mitt, whether you run or not, we cannot forget the moment when we saw you “denigrating nearly half the electorate as ‘victims’ who do not take ‘personal responsibility and care for their lives…”  Your candidacy will stoke the fires created when MOTHER JONES revealed the true and secret Willard Mitt Romney.

“The Collapse of The American Dream Explained in Animation”

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President Romney Would Seek to Establish a New Confederate States of America



It should be abundantly clear to all of us how dangerous a Romney presidency would be.  Mitt Romney  wants to cede federal power back to the states,  many of whom were bankrupt recently and had to quietly seek stimulus funds which they subverted to balance their state budgets.  Who really thinks the states would properly administer sole control of Medicaid? I don’t understand why the polls have the election so close.  I guess many people are befuddled by lying political ads on TV.  They can’t imagine that Mitt Romney would really turn Medicare into a voucher program where the elderly would have to seek healthcare insurance at a time in their lives when their bodies and faculties are waning.  Romney supporters cannot see the dead stacked up in emergency rooms when  after too late seniors are forced to take public transportation to get to a hospital  and seek medical attention to stay alive.

Mitt Romney is some kind of  Svengali who gives stump speeches promising “big things” with no ideas on how to financially make them real.  The Paul Budget is real.  Once installed in the Whitehouse, Team Romney-Ryan would use their good offices to influence Congress to extend tax cuts for the TOP 1% and increase taxes on the poor and middle-class to pay for them.  For 30 years the middle-class has seen no appreciable increase in wages and salaries while those at the top of the ladder have flourished.  President Romney would show us a new meaning for the word misery.  When President Romney repeals Obamacare, we,  the elderly, will have to go back to eating cat food and choosing whether to buy medicines or food. (I am not exaggerating!)

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“Mitt and Ann Romney Return”

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“Rosa Parks Statue Unveiled By President Obama”

Booking photo of Parks
Booking photo of Parks (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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27 DAYS AND COUNTING – The Fortune Teller says, “There’s a fiscal cliff in your future”


Now we know America dodged a bullet. We all voted right, I mean, left. :)

Mitt Romney’s secret “47% video”


Mitt Romney’s donor conference call


Mitt Romney Parody: Full of Mitt


“Romney cheerleaders: Living in an alternate reality?”


by Nick Ramsay

If you paid attention to conservative pundits and politicians leading up to the elections, it’s like they were living in a different reality. Polls meant nothing and there was simply no possibility the president could get re-elected.

But the results on Election Day served as a Rewrite to those pundits and politicians.

On Friday’s special edition of The Last Word, MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell highlighted some of those who predicted a major Romney victory:

  • Karl Rove: “I think Romney gets 279 to 281 or 286 in the Electoral College.”
  • Newt Gingrich: “My personal guess is you are going to see a Romney landslide, 53% plus in the popular vote, 300 electoral votes plus. And we may come very close to capturing control of the Senate.”
  • Rush Limbaugh: ”You know, all of my thinking says Romney big…it’s not even close. Three hundred-plus Electoral Votes for Romney.”
  • Glenn Beck: “321 votes!! That’d be great, which would be a mandate, giant giant spankin’ — that’s huge!”
  • Dick Morris: “Romney will win in a landslide.”
  • Gov. John Kasich: “Honestly think that Romney is going to carry Ohio.”
  • Sen. Rob Portman: “Once this election’s over and I believe Mitt Romney is going to win Ohio and, therefore, I think he is likely to be our next president.”
  • Dennis Miller: “I think Mitt Romney’s winning. I don’t believe the polls. I don’t believe the hacks. I think he’s in great shape.”

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