“Is Romney making money from layoffs?”

We’ve heard a lot about the scandals and skeletons in the GOP candidates’ closets. No one’s telling us the whole truth, especially Willard Mitt Romney on his involvement with Bain Capital which I am sure you have heard of.  Bain Capital buys companies and makes them “better”…and then sells them, says Mitt. Yes, Romney was a real life “Gordon Gecko” (from the movie, WALLSTREET).  At this stage of the campaign, Romney refuses to release his tax returns.  When a politician does this, he has something to hide. Today’s video asks the question: “Is Romney Making Money from Layoffs” from Bain Capital.  Even though he has no say-so in Bain Capital, some believe that MItt Romney is still profiting from the many layoffs in his past at Bain.  This morning Romney was asked if he was bothered about those layoffs and talked about the positive effects of “trimming down a company” and gave me the impression that in Romney’s conscience there is no guilt for the misery his layoffs caused in the lives of middle-class families because he created profit. There, one wonders if a man should be President of the United States IF HE CANNOT FEEL COMPASSION for God‘s children who have fallen on hard times or whose arms aren’t long enough to catch the brass ring like Willard Mitt Romney.  To understand Romney better, watch the DVD of “Wallstreet” and make your own comparison.

12-30-11 12:00 Mitt Romney surrogate, Gov. Chris Christie just told an audience in Iowa, “If you people don’t vote for Romney, I am going to come back (here) New Jersey style.  If those people have seen “The Sopranos“, they must be shaking in there boots. That TV series deals with New Jersey “businessmen”  🙂 who combined their business with MURDER! OMG, is that what Chris Christie is threatening the good people of Iowa?  Really? [Full disclosure: I haven’t seen the series, but I bought the complete “Sopranos” to watch on rainy days.]

Mitt Romney, Mr. 1% - Cartoon
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