Mitt, better start wearing protective goggles.
All False statements involving Mitt Romney
“Regulations have quadrupled. The rate of regulations quadrupled under this president.”
Fact : ‘The number actually hasn’t changed much’
“In one year, (President Obama) provided $90 billion in breaks to the green energy world … into solar and wind, to Solyndra and Fisker and Tesla and Ener1.”
Fact : ‘Not one year, not ‘breaks,’ not Fisker or Tesla … it goes on’
Says President Obama has “doubled” the deficit.
Fact : ‘The deficit is actually down slightly from what Obama inherited’
“Right now, the (Congressional Budget Office) says up to 20 million people will lose their insurance as Obamacare goes into effect next year.”
Fact : ‘Wrong before, wrong now’
The “48, 49 percent” that supports President Barack Obama are “people who pay no income tax.”
Fact : ‘Plenty of non-payers support Romney’
‘President Obama’s lawsuit claims it is unconstitutional for Ohio to allow servicemen and women extended early voting privileges during the state’s early voting period’.
— PolitiFact Ohio
Fact : ‘Suit seeks fewer restrictions, not more’
‘President Obama was saying success “is the result of government,” not “hard-working people,” when he said, “If you’ve got a business, you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen.”
Fact : ‘A gross distortion’
‘Says stimulus money went to buy electric cars from Finland as a payback to Obama supporters’.
Fact : ‘Not the stimulus, not to buy foreign cars’
” ‘Obamacare’ puts the federal government between you and your doctor.”
Fact : ‘Where’s the evidence’?
‘Says Dow Chemical decided to build a plant in Saudi Arabia rather than Oklahoma due to the impact of environmental regulations on the supply of natural gas’.
Fact : ‘No fuel for this claim’
“Obamacare adds trillions to our deficits and to our national debt.”
Fact : ‘Not supported by evidence’
From : ‘http://www.politifact.com/personalities/mitt-romney/statements/byruling/false/
I’ve picked you to win the Senate race.
I admit that some of my bias is colored by the fact that I want Mitch
McConnell out because of the obstruction that has cost this Country
But I still think you can win and that is based on the general public’s dislike of
McConnell and the need that more and more people are seeing that we
as a Nation need to actually DO SOMETHING.
Now the next time you are asked if you voted for Obama answer with
“Yes I did. When he ran against Senator John McCain, I voted for
Obama because Senator McCain showed the worst possible judgement in
selecting Sarah Palin as his Vice Presidential mate”.
(this may twist the shorts of some but they wouldn’t vote for you
“And when the President was running for re-election, the Republicans
chose Mitt Romney, a man who lies and insults the British for how
they hold the Olympics, insults our Foreign Services workers and the
middle class who aren’t takers but struggling to get by”.
Laughing My Ass Off………
I SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Want This To Happen.
‘The day after Mitt Romney opened the door to another possible presidential run, a new poll shows he has a huge lead among likely 2016 Iowa Republican caucus voters’.
‘According to a USA Today/Suffolk University poll released Wednesday, 35 percent of likely GOP caucus voters would vote for the 2012 GOP nominee in 2016′.
‘When Romney’s name was added to the pool, no other candidate received double-digit votes’.
The State of Israel is ‘targeting’ schools that do hide missles…….and women and children.
Hamas is a terrorist organization.
They are today and were the same back in 2007.
But not according to Mitt ‘I Can Lie Faster Then You Can Fact Check’ Romney.
PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE Make it Mitt Romney as the Republican nominee in 2016.
PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE…..PRETY PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!RUN!!!!!
Alexandria, VA – ‘In surveys conducted in the early primary states of South Carolina, New Hampshire and Iowa, Vox Populi Polling found that over 70 percent of Republican primary voters would be open to a Mitt Romney presidential run in 2016′.
· ‘23 percent would definitely vote for him’
· ’51 percent would consider voting for him’
· ‘30 percent would definitely vote for him’
· ’47 percent would consider voting for him’
· ‘21 percent would definitely vote for him’
· ’53 percent would consider voting for him’
From : http://www.poppolling.com/index.php?polls-news&a=view&article_id=19#.U8lt3vldWKv
PLEASE….PLEASE…..PLEASE let Mitt be the 2016 Republican Presidential candidate!!!!!
‘According to a Suffolk University/Boston Herald poll released Thursday, 24 percent of the likely New Hampshire Republican electorate would vote for Mitt Romney in the state’s 2016 GOP presidential primary’.
‘Every other potential candidate received less than ten percent of the vote, with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie coming in second with just over nine percent’.
From : http://www.politico.com/story/2014/06/poll-new-hampshire-2016-gop-mitt-romney-108114.html
Jim Wright writes a long rant and a great one but I’ve only included a very small part.
Seems someone is ripping him off to make money.
Since I make no $$ form my blog and always give credit, I have no problem reposting.
Again a great rant by an Iraq Veteran Jim Wright.
‘Here’s the piece originally written by Jim Wright for the Stonkette Station’:
“Tragically, all we’ve fought for in Iraq, all that 4,500 American lives were shed to gain, is on the cusp, potentially, of vanishing”.
– Mitt Romney, “Ideas Summit,” 6/13/2014
“All we fought for in Iraq is on the cusp of vanishing.
That’s what Mitt Romney says”.
“We fought for. We fought for. We“.
“Oh, so it’s we now, is it, Mitt”?
“I must have missed you over there, but it was a busy place. We. The guy who helped set up “pro-draft” rallies and yet somehow managed to avoid service in Vietnam is upset about losing what “we” fought for? We”.
“Yeah, fuck you, Mitt”.
“And you’re all welcome to quote me on that”.
From : http://www.addictinginfo.org/2014/06/18/iraqi-vet-blasts-bush/
Here’s the recorded ‘context’ so that Mitt and Republicans can see nothing was taken out of context.
‘His infamous 47 percent remarks were taken out of context, Mitt Romney told The Washington Post’s Dan Balz in an interview published Sunday’.
‘Asked about the oft-cited quote that 47 percent of Americans can’t be persuaded to take personal responsibility, the 2012 Republican presidential nominee said, “Actually, I didn’t say that …That’s how it began to be perceived, and so I had to ultimately respond to the perception, because perception is reality.”
From : http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/07/29/mitt-romney-47_n_3670600.html