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Thursday, September 27, 2012

Flip Flop Mitt Romney - what does he stand for?

As I am preparing to write "Mitt Romney's very bad month of September", why is he so bad that he is sinking in the polls and doomed to lose?  The honest and straight forward answer is that he is a liar, a crook, inhuman, and unbelievably stupid.  He flip flops on every issue and no one knows what he stands for.  Even airhead Sarah Palin stood by her issues and beliefs.

Videos do a great job telling the truth, so let's examine why Mitt Romney is so bad.

The Young Turks recently examining Romney's flip flops on September 20, 2012.

Rachel Maddow examines Mitt Romney's lies on March 22, 2012

In 1994, Mitt Romney ran for U.S. Senate in Massachusetts against Edward Kennedy. Romney got demolished in the debates and the election. See why.

Saturday, September 15, 2012

Another Financial Scam for the Tea Party

While it was amusing to see Tea Party Nation founder Judson Philips received his just due bill of $748,300, it is amazing how crime, fraud, and scams are inevitable elements of these right-wing extremist groups, and how stupid their members keep getting scammed.

Several years ago, when the Minutemen took the lead as the right-wing hate group, scams among their own kind were prevalent.  Now that the Tea Party is the lead right-wing hate group, fraud and scams among their own kind are destroying themselves.

Although this was back in November 2011, the massive financial losses still linger as of today and for many years to come.  During the height of the Tea Party in 2010 (not that it ever was that high), a California businessman tried to start a cable TV channel called Tea Party HD.  He convinced (suckered) teabaggers across the nation for hundreds of thousands of dollars to start up his venue, promising Tea Party HD would grow substantially and make $19 million in three years.

Tea Party HD never came about.  It failed big time, and in November 2011 TPM reports " is still active, though the blog for the site hasn’t been updated since November, 2010. The site includes a Tea Party Express channel, and a link to a contribute page for the TPX."

Now in 2012, and the failed business is down completely.  The lawsuit details against the founders of Tea Party HD are as follows.
Tea Party HD was founded by Bill Hemrick and Anthony Loiacono in 2010, but Hemrick and the other complainants claim that Loiacono never put in his share into the project and used the rest of the funds as his “personal bank account.” The complaint says he used the money “to pay himself, his family members and his business, Heads & Tails Inc., ‘exorbitant rates’ for the few projects Tea Party HD undertook,” according to Brandon Gee of The Tennessean.

“The alleged purpose of Tea Party HD was to be the ‘world’s first HD provider of news about the Tea Party,’” the lawsuit states. “In reality it was an investment scheme to defraud politically conservative-minded citizens who support the Tea Party mission.”

Also listed in the suit are Howard Luartes, Reinhold Holtkamp, Melvin W. Martin, James Hearn and James Huffnagle, who say they invested a combined total of $287,500 in Tea Party HD, after Loiacono projected that the venture would make $19 million in three years. The suit requests $19 million in punitive damages and a return of the initial investments.

Hollywood Reporter provides more detail on how much each person lost.
One initial backer, Bill Hemrick, put up $60,000. Another investor, James Huffnagle, contributed $70,000. Three other individuals chipped in $35,000 each, and a sixth man contributed $17,500. All six are now plaintiffs in this lawsuit.
I'm not angry at all to see scams like these destroy these right-wingers.  A sucker is born every minute, and the bigger the scams they face, the bigger the laughs.  But it sure is a source of real entertainment to see how stupid these right-wingers truly are, and how they are paying the price.

Monday, September 03, 2012

Mitt Romney's bad month of August

Another month has gone by since Mitt Romney's very bad month of July was published.  Things have gone a little better for Mitt Romney in August, thus earning the title "bad" instead of "very bad" month of August.  However, Romney is still having troubles with his campaign.

August started off pretty rough for Mitt Romney when Senator Harry Reid publicly claimed Romney did not pay any taxes for over a decade, according to an anonymous investor from Bain Capital.  Romney was under much scrutiny for releasing his tax records for only 2010 and 2011, causing much suspicion that he was hiding something very unethical with his previous tax records.  Harry Reid upped the ante very well by accusing Romney of paying zero taxes.  It may sound like a far fetched accusation, but because Romney is not releasing any more tax records, the accusation is still alive and valid.

Romney claimed he always paid at least 13 percent in taxes, and his 2010 tax return showed he paid 13.9 percent made on over $21 million in 2010.  The public already saw his 2010 tax return at a tax rate of 13.9 percent, so why is he not showing us his previous tax records if it was similar to 2010 and paid around 13 percent?  The zero percent accusation of tax evader Romney is alive and valid, and Harry Reid played this hand very well to the loss of Romney.

The out-of-touch rich man image continues to bite Romney.  In an unexpected event, Ann Romney's horse Rafalca, who competed in the Summer Olympics in London, made the news and commercials when it was discovered the Romney's spent about $77,000 annually on Rafalca's upkeep.  Furthermore, the privileged Romney's get a tax deduction for her ridiculous upkeep costs.

The big event of August that typically energizes a Presidential campaign is the selection of the running mate Vice Presidential candidate.  Mitt Romney was early when he announced Paul Ryan as his running mate on August 11.  Did Paul Ryan provide any boost to Mitt Romney's poll numbers?  The answer is no.  Paul Ryan just turned out to be a mirror clone of Mitt Romney, an out of touch rich white guy, just a little younger, determined to provide millionaires tax breaks while the rest of America gets screwed.  Sarah Palin caused much excitement back in August 2008 and the McCain/Palin team were leading in the polls for a short time, until her fatal bloopers and airheadedness were revealed.  But Paul Ryan provided no boost even for a short time, and going into September the polling experts agree Ryan is providing no support to the Romney/Ryan team.

Mitt Romney set another unwanted record in August.  An NBC/Wall Street Journal poll in August revealed that Romney won zero percent of the Black vote.  The first Presidential candidate to ever receive zero percent of the Black vote.  Even Ronald Reagan did better with 3 percent of the Black vote, but for Mitt Romney, 0 percent.  Among Black voters polled, 94 percent chose Obama and 0 percent chose Romney.  His standing with Latinos is not any better.  Latinos have typically voted 60 percent Democrat, but Obama set a record in 2008 by winning 67 percent of the Latino vote.  Romney did not make any inroads as Latinos chose Obama by a 2 to 1 margin, or about 67 percent for Obama.  It's just a poll and Romney may win a few Black voters to round up his percentage to 1 percent in the election, but it's still bad news for him.

While August was bad, at least it wasn't very bad.  The Romney team is raising more money than the Obama team, and he is losing to Obama in the polls by a smaller amount.  The Republican National Convention in late August helped improve his poll numbers, but he is still projected to lose.  In early September, the Democratic National Convention will help even the score in popularity.

Just two more months to go and Romney has exhausted all his options.  A few Presidential debates remain, but not much hope remains for Romney, except the massive campaign debts the loser faces in an election.