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The Harder They Try the Behinder They Get

Posted By: Lion
Date: Saturday, 5-Mar-2016 20:16:15

In Response To: Memo To Mitt : Shut Up While You’re Behind (Lion)


I had a conversation today with a twenty year old female, who asked me whom I thought should be president.

Instead of naming a name, I asked her what would change in her life when we have a new president?

Then I ask her what would change in her life if we did not get a new president?

She answered;

"Nothing would really change in my life, either way"

I said, "Exactly."

Then she replied;

"One thing I can tell you is %$#k Hillary. That much I am sure of!"

At just twenty years old, I was impressed with this young lady's judgment.

Guess they are not ALL brain dead.



: Memo To Mitt : Shut Up While You’re Behind

: By GPD on March 4, 2016

: Mitt Romney hid out in France during the Vietnam War, dress
: shoes and toe clips, perhaps a staged photo?

: Mitt Romney hid out in France during the Vietnam War, dress
: shoes and toe clips, perhaps a staged photo?

: by Guy Somerset for Pravda.Ru

: Memo To Mitt : Shut Up While You’re Behind

: –

: There is a certain art of knowing when to fade away. Some
: politicians have it, such as General Douglas MacArthur.

: Some politicians lack it, such as Adlai Stevenson.

: While it seemed in recent years our candidates had developed a
: sense of when to vanish, leave it to clueless Mitt Romney
: to mar the canvas.

: Preening before the cameras to make himself again relevant in
: a country which never wanted him in the first place, today
: Romney gave a speech in Utah to lambast the overwhelming
: choice of Republican primary voters to be their candidate
: for the Presidency in November, Donald J. Trump.

: It all began, as it always does, with a “Shining City on a
: Hill.” While that phrase may not be familiar to many
: abroad, this is the hackneyed cliché used by every
: pretentious poseur within the Republican Party.

: They haul it out whenever they want audiences to know they are
: serious and speaking for the ages rather than for their
: audience.

: It’s always ineffectual, never seems authentic and yet you
: can’t have a Republican speech without these exact words.
: Mitt, as usual, demonstrated himself absolutely no
: different.

: Jimmy does his tough guy thing

: Jimmy does his tough guy thing

: To the extent there was a tone to his talk Mitt seemed to be
: channeling what he imagines is a “tough guy.”

: Unfortunately, it has been a long while since Romney has met
: one.

: The harshest word he had for Trump? He said Donald is a
: “phony.”

: When was the last time anyone used the word “phony” in modern
: America? Never.

: Nobody speaks this way outside of James Cagney in The Public
: Enemy circa 1930!

: While unoriginal syntax and antiquated vocabulary may seem
: petty points, these speak to a much larger issue – the
: simple reality that Mitt Romney, like party leadership, has
: no idea how ordinary Americans converse and behave.

: The regular man on the street is as alien to Mitt as an
: extraterrestrial from Mars.

: The two easiest ways in the world to spot when a politician is
: lying to you are: a) when he uses expressions which are
: supposed to sound solemn, and b) when he has to have every
: sentence memorized.

: Honest men don’t make eulogies on the campaign trail and they
: never need to mince their words.

: Trump may ramble around on the stump, but you never have to
: question where he’s going.

: As if the manner of our preeminent Failure-In-Chief wasn’t
: enough for observers to laugh about, Romney followed up his
: flowery phrases with the most ludicrous accounting of
: so-called admonitions about Trump as has ever been aired
: outside of a country club locker room.

: First was the contention Donald Trump is not a successful
: businessman because he has had numerous business ventures
: which failed.

: Even as Romney spoke many of us were left to wonder where Mitt
: has been the past decade?

: What else is contemporary America other than a failed
: business?

: Our wars all failed, our housing markets failed, the stock
: market failed and the majority of Americans now make less
: money than they did ten years ago.

: If Romney wants to gain popular support from voters,
: ridiculing failure is hardly the way to go about it.

: People are voting for Trump because they want to reverse their
: failures – and a candidate who has succeeded in spite of
: his own seems like a darn good bet to them.

: A man who looks a lot like Romney with his mistress in Cuba

: A man who looks a lot like Romney with his mistress in Cuba

: Incidentally, let’s discuss the relative merits of Mitt
: Romney’s business acumen vis-à-vis Donald Trump.

: Romney was a venture capitalist.

: For those who do not know what this term means it is a wealthy
: man who purchases underproductive companies, breaks them up
: to sell off the parts, usually liquidates the pensions
: accumulated over a lifetime by the laborers and then fires
: most of the employees.

: It is at best creative destruction; money is created from
: destroying lives.

: The rich guy in this example would be Mitt Romney and the
: abused workers would be everyone else.

: On the other hand, Trump builds things.

: He largely constructs apartments, hotels and skyscrapers.

: These endeavors put food on the table of ordinary Americans in
: a myriad of ways. First, in construction. Second, in
: services.

: Third, in maintenance.

: While not as glamorous as Mitt dining in Davos while he
: decides how to steal the savings of the “little people,”
: the Donald offers decent jobs at living wages which allow
: citizens to afford a home and raise their children.

: That might seem like small potatoes to Mitt Romney but it is
: the way of living and dying for most of the people in the
: United States of America.

: Likewise, Mitt went on about Donald Trump’s tax returns.

: For some reason having a candidate release their tax returns
: seems vitally important to both the parties and the press.

: Confidentially, voters here don’t care.

: No one, except maybe an accountant or two, has ever not voted
: for someone because they didn’t release their tax returns
: in a timely manner.

: It just doesn’t matter to everyday Americans.

: It is something the media talks about when they can’t find
: enough news to fill the air that particular cycle.

: Yet assume Mitt’s implication that Donald pays a low tax rate
: is true. If Donald does pay less, is Mitt so out of touch
: he doesn’t comprehend literally everyone wants to pay fewer
: taxes?

: If Trump pays less that won’t offend the average voter; the
: average voter will want Trump to teach him how to do the
: same!

: After clearly demonstrating for us that he has no rational
: understanding of domestic politics, Mitt then moved on to
: international affairs where he (amazingly) proved he knew
: even less.

: Like most career politicians, Mitt needs a monster to slay.

: For a long while he and his cohorts chose Iraqis but Americans
: have finally wised up to this little ploy so the
: professionals need someone else.

: China will be the main event for the warmongers so they will
: save it for when they really want a good show.

: Still, in the meantime, they need someone to frighten voters.

: Predictably, Mitt chose Putin.

: Putin has had to grin and bear American leaders and hope for
: the best.

: Putin has had to grin and bear American leaders and hope for
: the best.

: Now, making a list of reasons why setting Americans up against
: Russians is the stupidest idea known to man would require
: ten times the space allotted in this article.

: (We are natural allies, we share the same general culture and
: the fact that most Americans happen to particularly like
: Russian people are just a very few of the innumerable
: rebuttals.)

: However there is one point especially notable – if Putin and
: “The Russians” are so bad, Mitt, why does your son seek
: them as investors?

: Do you think we are too backward to notice news reports about
: the financial deals your boy does in Russia?

: Or, as millions of us suspect, do you just consider yourself
: so far above us that what’s good for your family isn’t good
: enough for the rest of us? For the record, are we supposed
: to fear Putin or go into business with him?

: Speaking of which, just how many wars do you want to start,
: Mitt?

: We already know Russia is on your hit list, but you also seem
: hysterical over ISIS.

: But let’s be clear – Syria is worth less to Americans than
: Cincinnati.

: It’s a metaphor, but an apt one.

: Our industrial cities are dying out.

: Worse, they are riddled by “refugee” criminals which do
: nothing but cause social problems.

: We don’t need to worry about fighting them “over there” when
: you and your ilk keep “inviting them here” by the tens of
: millions!

: Your policies have succeeded in making every neighborhood in
: which a home costs less than $50,000 into a total war zone.

: Of course, you don’t see it because you don’t live it. However
: it is the harsh truth for the vast majority of Traditional
: Americans who are trying to make it through the day.

: Your Third World invitees are simply not compatible with
: civilization.

: Of course, this leads us to a discussion of race.

: Well, let’s chat for a moment about that, Mitt, since you were
: determined to dredge David Duke into the discussion.

: For the record, though David Duke may have endorsed Donald
: Trump, Donald Trump did not endorse David Duke.

: Additionally, Trump repeatedly rejected his endorsement for
: several days even as you and your corporate media minions
: pretended otherwise and demanded he “disavow” the man.

: So be it.

: Here’s some racism for you, Mitt. David Duke, while offensive
: to many, has never actually committed a violent crime.

: Not one.

: Never has he done any physical violence to anyone.

: Like almost everyone else, I don’t agree with what he says,
: but as long as he all he does is talk it isn’t an issue.

: Conversely, Black Lives Matter terrorists actually beat up an
: American serviceman in Washington D.C. last week for doing
: nothing but eating in a McDonald’s.

: It wasn’t the first time. Do you “disavow” Black Lives Matter,
: Mitt?

: Will the real Mitt Romney please stand up?

: Will the real Mitt Romney please stand up?

: As for cults, which is what the KKK basically is, do we really
: need to venture into that territory?

: Coming from a man who wears a white sheet under his clothes
: every single day?

: A sect which allows harems and plural marriages?

: Tell me Mitt, do you as a Mormon “disavow” all other Mormons
: who follow the teachings of your founder Joseph Smith, who
: had a personal tribe of female sex-slaves?

: More importantly, do you “disavow” Mormons who reject black
: people?

: After all, Brigham Young taught that blacks were the sons of
: the devil because of their dark skin.

: You were raised in a racially segregated church and worshipped
: in a segregated church most of your life, you dithering
: hypocrite!

: Only in 1978 when the federal government threatened to revoke
: the tax-exempt status of the Mormon Church did you and your
: extremely racist congregants “discover” a “new”
: interpretation which allowed blacks to join you as priests.

: Please explain for us why it took so long for you and your
: fellow racists to make a “disavowal.”

: And aside from “disavowing,” what have you done to atone for
: your personal history of racism?

: May we see exactly how much money you have donated to the
: NAACP, Urban League and other associations dedicated to
: advancing the equality African-Americans?

: Not just in the years you are running for political office,
: but every year. By the way, Mitt, how many blacks do you
: deign to employ at Bain Capital these days?

: Donald Trump gives jobs to tens of thousands of blacks and
: hispanics in his varied businesses; do you, Mitt Romney,
: employ even a few hundred?

: Or just as in the last election, are you all bluster and no
: backbone? Now do you see how precarious it is to begin
: throwing around terms like “racism”?

: When this country was rid of Romney from the public square
: last time due to his weakness and cowardly campaigning we
: all were more than pleased to see him go.

: Until today, most of us were willing to let him slink off like
: a whipped dog without saying very much to shame him in
: defeat.

: However by his pretentious speech this afternoon he has proved
: he has learned nothing and is nothing less than a miserably
: sore loser – such foes deserve no mercy and no kid gloves.

: Mitt Romney, you are a pathetic excuse for a man and a sorry
: example of an American; a delusional plutocrat who falsely
: equates his bank account with broad intellectualism.

: Now, Mitt, sit down and shut up.

: Don’t force us to embarrass you any more.

: In short, please just go away.

: Guy Somerset

: Guy Somerset writes from somewhere in America. He is a lawyer
: by profession.


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Articles In This Thread

Memo To Mitt : Shut Up While You’re Behind
Lion -- Saturday, 5-Mar-2016 07:35:49
Actually, I'm Thankful He Spoke Up...
Watchman -- Saturday, 5-Mar-2016 08:06:07
food4thought -- Saturday, 5-Mar-2016 10:44:43
It Gets Better
Lion -- Saturday, 5-Mar-2016 18:31:58
food4thought -- Saturday, 5-Mar-2016 18:55:17
The Harder They Try the Behinder They Get
Lion -- Saturday, 5-Mar-2016 20:16:15

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