Wednesday, May 30, 2012

O, "Amercia"! Romney nominated

Wisdom Quarterly (EDITORIAL)
Romney's latest conservative controversy: His campaign can't spell America.

Does America want Willard "Mittens" Romney? It won't be our choice. The selection committee does not give much weight to elections, which are a sufficient distraction.

We may get the fleshy embodiment of the angel Maroni (trying to channel through mendacious "Mitt Romney") whether citizens want him or not.
He's a back up Obama double in case Hillary refuses the job (contrary to more recent predictions) and the current orator does not continue to do such a great job of selling out the country and the civil liberties we have taken for granted.
The fix is in for a Mormon candidate. Why not? He's meant to run, not to win. Nixon was a Quaker, JFK a Catholic, and we have had assorted Satanists and other uber-patriotic deceivers. Is Romney any different?

The American voter, scared into tolerating Obama, wanted Ron Paul. So that option was taken off the table with the active participation of the mainstream media.

Running unopposed in half the primaries, it still took Romney this long to gather up enough votes just to run against a candidate many, like Romney's buddy and fellow vulture capitalist Donald Trump, swear is a Kenyan. (It's true but that does not disqualify B.S. Obama from being "president" of the Corporation of the United States, which is what he is. Whether or not his birth certificate was faked for him, a better indicator is his fake Social Security number).

Even Romney's 250 million dollar personal fortune, bled from his adventures in vulture capitalism, couldn't make him any more popular. Now will his latest failed campaign help his image any -- "A Better Amercia"? It's AmerICa, Mittens. Tell the Web lackeys that spell check is not optional.

It is well known that Romney will say anything to anyone at anytime -- Please like me -- but the question is, Will he keep the wars going? As a capitalist he should be easy to persuade by the movers and shakers at the military-industrial complex.

News of the Strange
Astrologers say celestial charts favor Obama over Romney
Obama will win re-election to the U.S. presidency in November, according to five astrologers who offered predictions at their convention. — Reuters

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