Eddie Adams from Torrance: That's a kind of businessman.
propasaurus: And even if you do accept that he was a businessman, a genius who ran a company, what's he done since he retired in 1999?
xynix: The years of 1978-1999 have no bearing on who he is today and what he stands for today.
FlashHarry: Myth Romneyeverything is lies
Grand_Moff_Joseph: Exhibit #1 in the case against unfettered western capitalism.
Rev.K: Grand_Moff_Joseph: Exhibit #1 in the case against unfettered western capitalism.That is quite possibly the greatest Fark handle of all time./I wonder if it would fit//it's going on the list
NowhereMon: He literally does not have a single political principle that he has ever been willing to take a stand on.
probesport: Let's give him a chance to do it for the US, nothing else has worked so far.
spelletrader: The article would hold more weight if her weren't he wasn't peddling a book, and for thirty bucks at that.
Vegan Meat Popsicle: probesport: Let's give him a chance to do it for the US, nothing else has worked so far.Well, actually, basic Keynesian principles to pull us out of republican-induced tailspins followed by more conservative deficit-reducing efforts during times of prosperity when we can afford to pay off our debt have worked fine on more than one occasion, but your bald-faced lie is probably good too.
Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: So, you think we'll be sold to China, or will a Anglo-Canadian consortium come in to buy a controlling interest in the USA?
SandMann: So, Romney was as much a businessman as Obama was a professor?
mark12A: Because a "Community Organizer" Is sooooo much better at dealing with the complex financial manuevering needed to get us out of the current mess.....
mark12A: Because a "Community Organizer" Is sooooo much better at dealing with the complex financial manuevering needed to get us out of got us into the current mess.....
Eddie Adams from Torrance: The idea that we need a businessman to run government like a business is farking retarded.
Grand_Moff_Joseph: btw, that's one of the most epic profiles I've seen on here
NowhereMon: Anybody else see the Frontline that was on last week after the VEEP debate? It was basically dueling biographies of Obama and Romney.The show shared flattering and not so flattering things about both candidates, but the thing that struck me about Romney in both his business and political careers was so willing to say whatever it took to get he wanted. He literally does not have a single political principle that he has ever been willing to take a stand on.http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/choice-2012/Good stuff and worth the time to watch it
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