Thursday, August 2, 2012

Do You Hear What I Hear??

Which is absolutely NOTHING anymore about Condi Rice Being Mitt's Vice President. 

Looks like Mitt just used Condi as a distraction to try and change the subject from his refusal to release his tax returns.   Who could have possibly guessed that

Luckily it did not work
Shame on the Romney Campaign for using Condi like that.  Double shame on any reporter or 'news" organization who actually bought in to this story and helped advance it! 


  1. Moving right along, Mitt is ready to make the Bain go away.

    B.P Gulf oil spill disaster PR, VP Regulatory Policy and Lobbyist for Fannie Mae, Contract with America ready to fit right in with Mitt.

  2. The T.V. commercials just told me that the gulf region is back and better than ever.

    Do you believe this?

  3. I ot to spend some time with Greg Palast a little while ago. he has spent extensive time there.

    The Gulf region is absolutely NOT better than ever its worse than ever. Its still a mess from the oil spill before this one. Oil is everywhere.

  4. No, that's what "You didn't build this" was about. Anything to change the conversation about Bain and tax returns. Those are topics that keep on giving; the whole year through.

    1. Harry Reid has Mitt on a string.

      Harry Reid continues pushing allegations Mitt Romney paid no taxes for 10 years.

      "I am not basing this on some figment of my imagination," he told Nevada reporters Wednesday, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal. "I have had a number of people tell me that."

      Mitt's minions: 'nothing to see':

      Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., said Wednesday that he did not see Romney's tax returns as a "relevant issue" and that if people want more disclosure, "they should pass a law to make it that way."

      and invoke McCarthyism:

      A top Romney adviser fired back at Reid after his Senate floor speech on Thursday, likening his the top Democrat's charges to Joseph McCarthy’s Communist witch hunts.

      “Harry Reid’s charges are baseless and they’re untrue," Eric Fehrnstrom said on Fox News.
      "And I would ask him one simple question: Have you no sense of decency, sir?”

      Mitt want's to buy an Etch-A-Sketch reset on the taxes issue.

      “You hit a re-set button for the Fall campaign, everything changes. It’s kindof like an Etch-A-Sketch you shake it up and re-start all over again.”"