Saturday, March 5, 2011

Mitt Romney Version 6.0- Now with skinny jeans!

Skinny Jeans and Walmart?  Perhaps if Mitt Romney did not treat the TEA Party like it had the plague, he would not have to go around pretending to be "one of the people".  One of the crucial elements people are looking for in 2012 is authenticity. After Obama, Americans are done with window dressing.  Many of us would be happy to elect a buck-tooth, bald head, fat man so long as he really says what he means and means what he says. When it come to Mitt Romney, we have no idea what we will get.

Look at this video below when Romney was running in Massachusetts back in 1994

Here is text from a speech Mitt Romney is suppose to give today in New Hampshire:

Senator Obama campaigned hard in New Hampshire but he apparently didn’t like what he saw,” Romney says in prepared remarks. “He certainly didn’t learn from it. Instead of lowering taxes, he raised them. He wrapped businesses in red tape, he grew government, he borrowed trillions of dollars, and he made it clear that he doesn’t like business people very much.
“He created a deeper recession, and delayed the recovery. The consequence is soaring numbers of Americans enduring unemployment, foreclosures and bankruptcies. This is the Obama Misery Index, and it is at a record high. It’s going to take more than new rhetoric to put Americans back to work — it’s going to take a new president.
The big question that skinny jeans and Walmart trips cannot effectively answers is; which Mitt Romney would America end up with should Romney become president?  Unfortunately for Mitt Romney too many Americans are in no mood for another crap shoot to find out who the real Mitt Romney is.

Via: Memeorandum
Via: LA Times
Via: Politico


reg said...

mitt romney strikes me as the american version of Paul Martin jr. same history, same inter-party backstabbing, same electoral failure.

Samuel Gonzalez said...

Good to see you backon Meme!

There you go beating up on Romney again. I understand you have a legit concern and I not trying to sell Romney here. But, that was video was 17 years ago and people do change their opinions over time, Even Ronald Reagan used to be a liberal Democrat for many years before he saw the light.

I'm just saying.
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bd said...

abc - with you

ref sg: fair enough, but as with any wayward soul, being "born again" should be evidenced by unconditional repentance... mr has never declared that a gov-sponsored health care system (e.g., romneycare) is a fundamentally flawed concept;

true, states are laboratories for trial and error, but this error he championed and he hasn't owned up to it.

Clifton B said...


Romney is simply the next man in line. I don't even think the establishment truly believes he can beat Obama.

Clifton B said...


It isn't that the video is 17 years old, the problem is it isn't the first time.

Sure, politicians have epiphanies and come to a new understanding of things. But with Romney those epiphanies always coincide with a new election.

Clifton B said...


Romney would go a lot further in 2012 if he simply said RomneyCare was a big mistake. Campaign in Mass to undo it and then campaign to undo ObamaCare.

That state's right's stuff is simply a band aid to cover up a very big liberal mistake.

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