Monday, January 09, 2012

Romney His Majesty

Obama would never talk to someone like this. Obama always treats people with respect, even the people who oppose him. This guy thinks people are below him, which really means he's very insecure. In Mitt, you can see it in his eyes and hear it in his voice: desperation.

Mitt obviously doesn't understand the economy as well as he says he does. While he says Obama didn't cause the recession, he says Obama made it worse. That doesn't even make logical sense. What we had was a near global financial collapse tipped off by the U.S. It was more than just a recession. It teetered on something greater. The only thing that Obama has done is put policies into place to help. The stimulus, for example, which some argue should've been more, helped create jobs, contrary to the consistency of the republican party in saying that it didn't. There has been 22 months of consecutive job growth. Google it. There isn't anything this president has done to stop business. Any business that says he did is merely seeking the comfort of the republican party, which will do anything for business, even to the detriment of the American people because it is GOP philosophy and belief that business does what's best for everyone.

Here's what Mitt looks like when he's most comfortable with himself:

Folks should also know His Majesty got out of serving in Vietnam as a "minister of religion." He also received academic deferments:
Mitt Romney has never served in the military. 
• Before joining college, Romney had received a deferment from the draft as a Mormon 'minister of religion' for the duration of his missionary work in France, which lasted two and a half years. At the time, there was an agreement of sorts between the church and the Selective Service allowing exemptions from the draft for missionaries. Before and after his missionary deferment, Romney also received nearly three years of deferments for his academic studies. 
• In April 1965, Romney registered with the Selective Service but was not considered readily available for military service until December 1970. When he became eligible for military service in 1970, he drew a high number in the annual draft lottery and at that time no one drawing higher than 195 was drafted. Source and Source
Note that while Mitt got several military service deferments, he demonstrated in favor of Vietnam War draft.