Mitt Romney Bashes Massachusetts, Will He Bash America Post-Presidency?

May 23, 2007 at 3:10 pm | Posted in American politics, Massachusetts, Mit Romney, Mitt Romney | 10 Comments

Mitt Romney revealed a new ad where he bashes his former state, well not so former, he still lives there, and his HQ is based there. Here is the ad:

So, one wonders, will Romney be bashing America in his post-presidency days? Seriously, he seems to hate the places he’s lived, attacking France and now Massachusetts. One wonders why he still lives in Massachusetts if he hates it so much. I mean, he’s a millionaire, he could live wherever he wants.

And just how does bashing Massachusetts end the divisive politics of the present, Mr. Romney? Just how does bashing liberals and the state you reside in help you bridge the great divide in our nation? Why do you pretend to be someone you are not, Mr. Romney? What does it say about the constituents you seek where bashing the state you live in scores points? What does it say about the constituents you seek when you have to state misleading things about the country where you served your mission? Do you not have problems thinking about these things, or have you hardened your heart enough to not let them bother you?

Anne Coulter is Very Popular Among Conservatives

March 6, 2007 at 10:07 am | Posted in American politics, Bush Administration, conservatives, George W Bush, Massachusetts, Military, Mit Romney, Mitt Romney, neo-conservatives, Republicans | 8 Comments

That’s why she’s just getting a slap on the hand and will continue her crude childish ways. Glenn Greenwald delves further into this cult of contrived masculinity so prevalent in her writings and in conservatives’ beliefs. See, Republicans are pushing an image: “values voters.” This image is that Republicans are macho, masculine, and tough (which might be why in the end Republicans will elect Rudy Giuliani—who better exudes the “tough, masculine” man among Republicans right now?), while Democrats are weak, sniveling, wimpish, feminist cowards. This is the image Republicans want to portray, and in their hearts believe. And this is what Coulter gives them. Continue Reading Anne Coulter is Very Popular Among Conservatives…

What In Heaven’s Name is Romney Thinking?

December 29, 2006 at 1:36 am | Posted in Massachusetts, Mit Romney, Mitt Romney | 3 Comments

How low, and how far to the right must Mitt Romney go to prove himself a conservative to the voters of South Carolina? He now is blackmailing Massachusetts lawmakers into passing his gay marriage amendment against their wishes.

Governor Mitt Romney may refuse to move ahead on automatic pay raises for lawmakers unless they vote next week on a constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriages, a top administration official said yesterday.

The thing is that this pay raise is constitutionally required, so technically, Romney would be breaking the law to force them to vote. Moreover, the incoming governor can simply give them their automatic raise. So what the hell is Romney thinking? Is he really doing this to score conservative points? Is that how base conservatives really are these days? Seriously, Mr. Romney, what has happened to you?

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