The RomneyTron Model: 02012 Update Alert
Republican candidate backtracks on warning of ‘disconcerting’ signs for Games after rebukes by British PM and London mayor
“Mitt Romney is now in London to see his horse compete in the dressage event. Dressage is kind of like horse ballet. Finally something that connects Romney with the average American voter.” –Jay Leno
- Report: Syrian legislator flees to Turkey
- Golan Druze in bitter split over Syria bloodshed
- 2.6 million Afghans at risk of hunger from drought
- Disfigured victim’s plea to die exposes India’s acid violence
- Israel eyes austerity after prosperous year
- Iran sports minister in London for Olympics: reports
“Mitt Romney said while he is in Europe, he won’t be apologizing to anybody. He has nothing to apologize for. A lot of those people overseas now have good jobs because of him. They are very very grateful.” –Jay Leno
“A cyber attack on Iranian nuclear facilities is causing all their computers to play ACDC. Today, the attackers said ‘If our demands aren’t met, tomorrow we start blasting Nickelback.’” –Conan O’Brien
- Romney meets with Tony Blair, declines to criticize Obama
- Boehner on VP: Rob Portman ‘would be a great asset for Governor Romney’
- Giuliani: Rubio ‘the most exciting’ VP choice for Romney
- Bachmann gets a slap on the wrist for Huma Abedin accusation
- More worries for the wealthy? Inheritance tax to jump unless Congress acts
- GOP Outspending Obama Across the Map
Romney Blames People Attacking Success for the Bad Economy. Huh?
“There are people who are trying to attack success and are trying to attack our success; that’s not going to be successful,” Romney said in an interview to air Thursday on CNN’s “Piers Morgan Tonight.” “When you attack success you have less of it, and that’s what we’ve seen in our economy over the last few years.”
“Attacking success will not be successful. People want more success, they don’t want less success”. Or, in Charlie Sheen-ese, “Duh, Winning”.
Mr. Romney, one man’s success is another man’s failure.
For example, your immorality in legally evading millions of dollars of taxes, means other families’ failure to have food stamps to fill their stomachs.*
“The Jim Henson company, which created the Muppets, have cut their ties with Chick-Fil-A because of the company’s anti-gay marriage stance. Insiders say the move came after intense pressure from Bert and Ernie.” –Jay Leno
Hi Lisa – I’ve been a regular reader and fan since Duhbya was appointed prez.
I was able to donate now and then and did but lately, I’m semi-retired, partially disabled
and the economy sucks so bad, my customers don’t make as much, therefore I don’t either.
So I’m sorry that there is no donation accompanying this email. Hell, I had to quit paying
my enormous hospital bills and my student loan for the time being. My vehicle is in really
bad shape and I can’t afford to have it repaired and with a bad credit rating, I can’t buy a
used clunker on credit. I’m not starving and have a place to live and work, but that’s about it.
This computer is 6 or 7 years old.
Oh well, now to the point – the questions:
1- Since Repubs are in the union busting business, why aren’t they trying to bust up the American
Medical Association or the American Bar Association? Sure, they’re both “professional associations” but they operate just any trade union.
2 – Isn’t it ironic that the same conservatives who question Obama’s citizenship were talking about changing the law so Arnold Schwarzeneggar could run years ago?
3 – Isn’t also ironic that the bigots who hate the fact that our president is a black man were willing to vote for Colin Powell and were trying to get him to run?
4 – With all the businesses and economics “experts” who insist on complete deregulation, why don’t we make it across the board? That’s right, if the CEO screws all of the employees out of their pension funds and the employees water-board the crook and lynch him, let’s let them go for it without prosecutions or any jail time. Right on?
Good luck. Hope to contribute more than ideas in the future.
So good to hear from you but so sad that your are in such dire straits. Well, we are in this together and I am glad you have found solace here, long time friend. You are welcome to stop by 24/7.
Your email was worth more than money. I would never want anyone to donate that can’t afford it. I’m not a Republican or Televangelist for Chissakes!
I agree with all you said. I especially like the part where employees are allowed to waterboard. Ex-Enron employees would stand in line for that.
Good luck, Ed. Big hug.
- Obama gets ahead of Romney on Israel
- Michelle Obama greets US athletes in London
- NYC public advocate sues city over soaring small business fines
“There’s talk that Mitt Romney’s campaign is paying for Twitter followers. Yes, he’s paying for people to like him. Or, as it’s called politics.” –Jimmy Fallon
Penn State Board of Trustees Update
The Penn State Board of Trustees, still sanctimonious in its public moral outrage, continues to violate state law. The Board held a private three hour meeting, Wednesday evening [July 25] to discuss the NCAA sanctions and the role university president Dr. Rodney Erickson played in accepting the sanctions.
- Oil extends rise after ECB head vows to save euro
- BP hit with $3.1 bn Russian court bill
- Thalidomide maker ‘ignored birth defects for years’
- U.S. cuts estimates of corporate profits during 2009-2011
- Delta Air Lines to shut down Comair
- CNN chief Jim Walton calls it quits
Romney’s Backhanded Velvet Glove Slap
Mitt Romney has repeatedly insisted he won’t criticize President Barack Obama or his policies while traveling overseas. But the presumptive Republican nominee came close to breaking that vow on Thursday night, telling supporters at a fundraiser here he would return a bust of Winston Churchill to the Oval Office.
People are out there.
Thank you Farmer and Anthony.
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Please email 24/7 me at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Short Madonna concert gets boos from Paris crowd
- Sweeping ‘Grand Canyon’ Discovered Beneath Antarctic Ice
- Boy hit by bird on NJ roller coaster
- Man hides cash in oven; cash gets baked by accident
- Man charged with manslaughter in Florida butt-injection case
- Dude! New York grocery store creates ‘man aisle’ stocked with condoms, beer, beef jerky
- Indonesian zoo moves orangutan to stop her smoking
Time To Deflate Photo
In this handout from the White House, U.S. President Barack Obama hugs Stephanie Davies , who helped keep her friend, shooting victim Allie Young (L), alive during the movie theatre shootings on July 22, 2012 in Aurora, Colorado. Photo by Pete Souza/The White House