Mitt Romney is about as phony as they come. Let’s see he was paid to give eight speeches last year and in total made $385,000 for them but without a blink of an eye and smiling was quoted as saying “it wasn’t really a lot of money”. I guess not to him a man who is concealing millions upon millions in the Cayman Islands. As the report states what is a notorious Caribbean tax haven.
Which means he’s not only paying less in taxes here in the USA because he falls under the bracket of filthy rich, but he’s not paying taxes at all on all the rest he has hidden away off American soil.
His wife drives not one but two Cadillacs but doesn’t consider herself as a wealthy woman (maybe she could get what Elizabeth Taylor was being carried on in Cleopatra considering both her and her husband are up in the clouds with their delusions of non wealth anyway) and now remarks are flying out of the Conservative side that Democrats won’t be happy until all fetuses are aborted.
And my remark to that is ALL REPUBLICANS won’t be happy until all of the working uninsured sick who are already alive and have been that way for some time are in funeral homes and graves. How one can shout Right To Life out of one side of the mouth on abortion with the other shouting kill the sick by making sure you kill any Health Reform Law is as hypocritical as it comes.
THE RIGHT TO LIFE HYPOCRISY
Yet Romney’s stance is pretty clear and duly noted on a Republican Conservative website http://www.redstate.com/ Conservative News, Books, & Views, Conservative Book Club etc.
They published The Mitt Romney Book in PDF form from this site.
During His Political Career, Romney Has Been Pro-Choice, Then Not Pro-Choice, Then Pro-Choice Again, Now Claims To Be Pro-Life Romney Forcefully Positioned Himself As Pro-Choice In 1994 Senate Race, Saying “You Will Not See Me Wavering On That.” “When Kennedy called him ‘multiple choice,’ Romney demanded an extra rebuttal. He revealed that a close relative died of an illegal abortion years ago and said, ‘Since that time, my mother and my family have been committed to the belief that we can believe as we want, but we will not force our beliefs on others on that matter, and you will not see me wavering on that.’” (Joan Vennochi, “Romney’s Revolving World,” The BostonGlobe, 3/2/06)