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Thursday, October 25, 2012

Republican setbacks: Richard Mourdock on rape; suicide of GOP staff

The third and final Presidential debate is over and Obama finally had a solid victory.  However, the issues were on foreign policy which the American public is less concerned about compared to domestic issues.

Back on the campaign trail, while Mitt Romney seemed to have narrowed on the losing gap, a few more setbacks strike the GOP.

First, Indiana Republican Senate candidate Richard Mourdock makes a public statement that pregnancy caused by rape is something “God intended” and doesn’t justify an abortion.  Just like how Todd Akin made a similarly stupid statement in August and is facing a loss in the Missouri Senate race, Richard Mourdock is looking at a loss in Indiana.  The Democrat challenger in Indiana preparing to defeat Mourdock is Joe Donnelly.

Then in Utah, a diligent and hardcore Republican fundraiser named Greg Peterson commits suicide.  He was charged with rape, so it's nice to know your fellow Republicans like Akin and Mourdock are on the side of criminals and rapists like Greg Peterson, rather than the victims of rape.

GOP Fundraiser Charged With Rape Kills Himself

Utah Republican fundraiser Greg Peterson escaped 25 charges of assault, rape, and kidnapping by committing suicide Tuesday in the same cabin he once used both to host political events and allegedly rape some of his victims. He’d been released from jail on Friday on a $2 million bond, but faced life in prison if convicted of all the charges. Utah officials say Peterson, who hosted events for Republican Sens. Orrin Hatch and Mike Lee, Rep. Jason Chaffetz, and Governor Gary Herbert, among others, met many of his alleged victims through Mormon dating websites.

Friday, October 19, 2012

Impact of Social Media on Elections

Now that everyone using the internet has a social media account like Facebook or Twitter, social media is much more than an accessory for political campaigns.  It has become a mandatory requirement to campaign and win elections.

OpenSite: Social Media Election

Social Media Election

Young Republican Felon: Colin Small of Phoenixville, PA

Republicans always had trouble winning the votes of the young, women, and minorities.  When one of their own in those growing or abundant categories go down, it does even more damage to their ranks.

Washington Post: Man working for firm under contract to Va. GOP charged with voter registration fraud
A man working for a company under contract to the Republican Party of Virginia has been arrested for allegedly discarding Virginia voter registration forms.

Colin Small, 23, of Phoenixville, Pa., was arrested on Thursday by sheriff’s deputies in Rockingham County, in the state’s Shenandoah Valley, on 13 charges of voter registration fraud.

The alleged crime happened on Monday, when a business owner in Harrisonburg, Va., reported that someone had tossed eight voter registration forms in a dump bin behind his store.

The forms had been filled out, placed in a folder and stuffed into a bag, store owner Rob Johnson told a Richmond-area NBC affiliate and said in a posting on his Facebook page.


Small was charged with four counts of destruction of voter registration application, eight counts of disclosure of voter registration application and one count of obstruction of justice.

On his LinkedIn profile, Small is listed as a “Grassroots Field Director” for the Republican National Committee.

Voter fraud and suppression has always been a criminal trait for the ailing GOP.  Here are other Young Republican Felons featured.

Young Republican Felon: Anthony Bittner of Clark County, Washington

Young Republican Felon: Andrew Lewis Jones from Broadway, Virginia

McCain volunteer Ashley Todd arrested for making false mugging story

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Second Presidential Debate

Finally, President Obama made a comeback.  He was fully attentive throughout the debate and showed assertiveness and knowledge.  It wasn't a clean victory over Romney, but everyone agrees Obama was ahead of the debate and the winner.

Obama struggled on some topics like gas prices and a slower than expected economic recovery, but he had Mitt Romney on the defensive most of the time, and Mitt did echo a few more mistakes.

The most notorious blunders Romney made during the debate.

Libya - When the American embassy in Libya was attacked on September 11 and several American diplomats died, Mitt Romney criticized Obama by stating, "I want to make sure we get that for the record because it took the president 14 days before he called the attack in Benghazi an act of terror".

This was flat out false.  President Obama declared the attack as an "act of terror" the next day, on September 12.  Even the moderator corrected Romney during the debate, and fact checkers were all over Romney's lie and falsehood immediately after the debate.  Romney lying about a tragic event for his political gain backfired.

Taxes and Deficit - Just as Paul Ryan botched this one up during the Vice Presidential debate, Mitt Romney messed up as well.  The simple truth is that Romney's tax plan to cut taxes 20 percent for all income levels, including the rich, will drive the deficit up to astronomical levels.  Reducing tax deductions for the rich will come nowhere close to reducing the deficit.

Economists, accountants, and the general public all agree the math for Romey's tax plan does not add up.  It will increase the deficit to astronomical levels, or else the middle class and poor will have to pay more to make up for the deficit.  Either way, it will be a disaster for the economy.  Mitt Romney or Paul Ryan could not explain how their tax plan will work.

George W. Bush - Why was Mitt Romney trying so hard to dissociate himself from George W. Bush?  Was GW Bush such a disastrous failure than even fellow Republican candidate Mitt Romney is distancing himself from Bush?  The truth is yes.

However, Romney's economic plan to reduce taxes for the wealthiest 2 percent and destroying the economy and America is the exact replica of Bush's economic policies.

Women - Republicans have been notoriously bad attracting women voters, just as they had trouble attracting women their entire lives.  So when Romney was asked about women's rights and equality, how does he answer?

Romney made a blooper by stating as governor of Massachusetts, he ordered "binders full of women" to staff his cabinet.  That blooper spread like wildfire across the internet.  But what was his record on hiring women?

"Prior to the 2002 election, women comprised approximately 30 percent of appointed senior-level positions in Massachusetts government," MassGAP said in a statement on Wednesday. "By 2004, 42 percent of the new appointments made by the Romney administration were women. Subsequently, however, from 2004-2006 the percentage of newly-appointed women in these senior appointed positions dropped to 25 percent."

Romney had a good start hiring women, but that soon faded away.  And why didn't he mention his hiring record of women at Bain Capital?  I'll be willing to bet the women and minorities staffed, if any, at Bain Capital was very low.  Romney didn't mention any policies or laws he supported or passed that helps women, which is typical with the misogynist agenda of the GOP.

Saturday, October 13, 2012

Robert Kiyosaki, author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, files for bankruptcy

Here's another financial lesson on frauds and scams.  Right-wing pseudo-investor and scam artist Robert Kiyosaki, author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, files for bankruptcy.
Personal finance guru and author of the New York Times bestseller "Rich Dad, Poor Dad," Robert Kiyosaki, has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection for one of his companies, Rich Global LLC, after loosing a $24 million judgment to Learning Annex.

According to the New York Post, Kiyosaki's Rich Global LLC filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection on August 20 after he was ordered to pay nearly $24 million to Learning Annex and its founder/chairman, Bill Zanker.

US District Judge Shira A. Scheindlin in April, ordered Rich Global LLC to pay $23,687,957.21 after a jury ruled that Zanker and his firm Learning Annex, were entitled to a percentage of the profits accruing to Rich Global LLC.

According to Forbes, Learning Annex was one of Kiyosaki's earliest backers. Kiyosaki's Rich Global LLC reportedly used the platform of Learning Annex for some high profile speaking engagements, including a 2002 appearance at Madison Square Garden and on Oprah Winfrey show.
It's only one of Kiyosaki's companies filing for bankruptcy, not Kiyosaki himself.  However, this is the inevitable path you take when you build your pseudo-wealth of fool's gold based on lies, theft, and fraud.

Read my article on Robert Kiyosaki.

Vice Presidential Debate

After the Vice Presidential debate last Thursday night, Joe Biden has redeemed the Obama/Biden camp which suffered a setback from Obama's lackluster debate.  Neophyte Paul Ryan showed manners and professionalism during the debate, but he lacked substance.  That is, Paul Ryan got many things wrong or was cornered during the debate, like taxes and balancing the budget, Medicare and health care costs, Iran, and Afghanistan.  At least he held his composure during this strenuous debate for him, but you do have to study the fundamentals of a debate, which is the truths and facts of the issues at hand.

Sarah Palin showed improvement in the 2008 Vice Presidential debate from the exterior, but she still lost to Joe Biden in the fundamentals.

The second Presidential debate is this Tuesday night, October 16.  President Obama has promissed to do better.  Let's see what happens.

Sunday, October 07, 2012

Obama winning record Latino and Asian voters

Except for a fairly decent Presidential debate where Mitt Romney showed more emotion and was able to cover up his lies and misinformation pretty well, Mitt Romney and the Republicans continue to get pounded in the campaign.  The two fastest growing minority voting groups, Latinos and Asians, continue to support Obama and the Democrats in greater numbers and percentages.

New polls show Obama crushing Romney among swing-state Hispanics

President Obama is crushing Mitt Romney among swing-state Hispanics, according to two new polls out from nonpartisan pollster Latino Decisions.

Obama leads Romney by 78 to 17 percent with Nevada's Hispanic voters, a huge gap that outpaces the 76-to-22 percent edge he had over Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) four years ago in the state.

In Florida, where the Republican-leaning Cuban population bolsters Latino GOP support, Obama leads Romney by a 30-point margin, at 61 percent to 31. That's double the 15-point edge he had with the state's Hispanics four years ago, when he carried the demographic group by 57 percent to 42.

These new results mirror national polling by this and other groups that show Obama outpacing his 2008 performance with Latino voters and Romney struggling mightily. Two recent national polls of Hispanic voters show Obama cracking 70 percent, with Romney pulling between one-fifth and one-quarter of Latino voters.     These are record gains for Obama and the Democrats.  Before 2008, Latinos voted around 60 percent Democrat.  In 2008, Obama won a record 67 percent of the Latino vote.  This year Obama is set to make another record with over 70 percent of the Latino vote.

Indian Americans Hugely Favor Obama over Romney: Poll 

Before 2008, Asian Americans had a slight preference to vote Democrat, around 55 percent.  Obama won a record 62 percent of the Asian American vote in 2008.  So far in 2012, Obama and the Democrats are ready to win even a greater share of the AA vote.   While each Asian group his a large number of undecided voters, the committed voters are strongly leaning Democrat.

Indians are 68% committed to Obama and 25% undecided.  They are projected to vote over 80% for Obama in the election.

The next groups most likely to vote Democrat are Cambodians and Hmong.  They are projected to vote over 70% for Obama in the election.

The next groups are Chinese, Korean, Japanese, and Hawaiian.  They are projected to vote over 60% for Obama in the election.

The remaining groups, Filipino, Vietnamese, and Samoan, are probably expected to vote about evenly between Obama and Romney.

The already dead Sailer Strategy will be even deeper buried in 2012.

J. Philippe Rushton dead at age 68

A key figure of Steve Sailer's right-wing eugenics group, the Human Biodiversity Group, is dead.  He is J. Philippe Rushton, dead at age 68.  A former Psychologist at Western Ontario University in Canada, Rushton wrote numerous works, such as "Race, Evolution, & Behavior", that blacks are genetically inferior (except for sports), and was head of the fascist Pioneer Fund.

Rushton was the key member of HBD on race. His racist views and writings made him a favorite among many white supremacist and hate groups.

The Human Biodiversity Group page has been updated.  Last year Louis Andrews died, but I didn't update it back then since he was a nobody which no one really cared about.  Alot of these old corpse are at the end of their lifeline, and some probably have died without my knowledge.  It's just that no one really cares about them, and have no value in society, so it's not hard at all to miss them.

Steve Sailer's group is a white supremacist group, and White supremacist conferences are like funeral parlors, so naturally they are dying away with hardly any younger troops to replenish their ranks.  If I missed any corpses, just send me an email.

Thursday, October 04, 2012

First Presidential Debate of 2012

After watching the first Presidential debate of 2012, I must say Mitt Romney did pretty well.  Not a spectacular win, but he did fairly well.  Mitt did show some logical fallacies, such as how reducing taxes would balance the budget, or his faulty attacks on Obamacare when his Romneycare health plan as Massachusetts governor is similar to Obamacare.  Mitt seemed more sensitive, at least by speech anyway, to the 100% of America, after his embarrassing video was leaked that he didn't care about at least 47% of America.  Nevertheless Mitt was overall well prepared and showed more emotion and enthusiasm while avoiding the embarrassing blunders or gaffes.  Barack was a little more bland tonight.

If the Presidential campaign is like a football game, let's imagine this debate is the second quarter.  Romney scores a touchdown and Obama scores a field goal in this quarter.  However, there are still two more Presidential debates remaining and Obama is still ahead by four touchdowns.  Also, Obama's coaches are carefully reviewing the plays to plan for the next quarter.

Mitt Romney still has a long way to go.

Monday, October 01, 2012

Mitt Romney's very bad month of September

Another month has gone by in the Presidential election and the bad news just keeps coming. Mitt Romney’s month of September has gotten really bad to be called “Mitt Romney’s very bad month of September”. How bad does it get?

After the Republican National convention in late August, Mitt Romney delivered a lackluster speech that provided no boost to his sagging poll numbers. At least he didn’t make some clueless rich man gaffe, but being an underdog in the race, Mitt desperately needed a boost. He didn’t deliver, as his speech was widely regarded as bland, unemotional, and faulty. On the other hand, Obama and the Democrats delivered fiery speeches and saw both Obama’s and the Democrats running in the congressional races ratings increase.

Mitt keeps making false and misinformed statements to his and the Republicans’ loss. On September 11, U.S. diplomatic missions in Libya and Egypt were attacked and a few Americans killed. Mitt sought to gain a political advantage by attacking Obama with this statement, “It’s disgraceful that the Obama administration’s first response was not to condemn attacks on our diplomatic missions, but to sympathize with those who waged the attacks.” The statement was quickly dismantled and backfired as Mitt sunk in the polls.

Perhaps his worst downfall was when a secret video recording of Mitt Romney during a $50,000 per person private fundraiser was leaked to Mother Jones magazine, then the internet. Romney bashed on 47 percent of American voters who supposedly pay no taxes and will never vote for him. Once again his statement was quickly dismantled as the 47 percent figure was falsely constructed by the right-wing media like Fox News, the 47 percent contains Republicans and likely more Republicans than Democrats, and Mitt Romney may himself be in the 47 percent as he may not have paid any income taxes and has not released his tax records before 2010 to quell his critics. One thing for sure about Romney’s taxes is that he is certainly underpaying his share at below a 15 percent tax rate, thus passing the tax revenue deficit to millions of middle class Americans who typically pay between a 20 to 30 percent tax rate. And speaking of relying on government handouts, the Romney’s sure save millions in tax deductions funded by the government.

The Romney’s finally released their full 2011 tax return, a whooping 379 pages of shady accounting and taking advantage of every unscrupulous tax loophole out there. Their tax rate for 2011 was supposed to be 10.55 percent, but through some accounting manipulation, the Romney’s only deducted about half of their $4 million charitable deductions to bring their tax rate to 14.1 percent. This was done to fit Mitt’s public statement last month that he paid at least a 13 percent tax rate every year. So he lied again and still won’t release any tax returns before 2010. Looks like Harry Reid’s accusation of the Romney’s paying no taxes is still alive and valid. Once again, the public grows distrustful of Mitt and his poll numbers sink.

Lies, flip flops, and gaffes continue to plague Mitt Romney, and it is having a coattail effect on the Republicans running in Congressional races. Last month the GOP was looking to gain 2 to 5 Senate seats; now the Democrats have caught up and there is no GOP gain projected in the Senate. Democrats are looking to gain a few more seats in the House since last month. Even Republicans running in Congressional races are distancing themselves from Mitt Romney for their own survival.

The Obama camp has raised more money than the Romney camp in September. The Obama camp is in good financial shape while the Romney camp is already facing campaign debts in the millions. Romney has fallen so far behind in the polls that GOP contributors have gotten wary and some have stopped donating to a lost cause.

There’s only one month left until the elections. There are three Presidential debates and one Vice Presidential debate in October. Mitt Romney is well known to be a bad speaker and an even worse debater, so the debates will not help him out. I can go on and on, but there is no need to spend precious time on a lost cause. It time for the GOP to prepare for their losses and massive campaign debts in the hundreds of millions of dollars.