Mitt Romney: Lifelong Über-Liberal

Posted June 8th, 2011 by Iron Mike

Mitt Romney has $1 Billion in his warchest.  But can that buy him enough smoke grenades to obscure his liberal record?  Judge for yourself:

Then check out where his BIG $$$ friends are:

In my humble opinion, a President Romney would be a lot like President Obama – albeit it without the ugly wife and the Muslim thing . . . And probably without the teleprompters.

But the long-term effect on our country would be pretty near the same.

Let’s back a true conservative this time.

   /s/  Iron Mike
   Old soldier, – Still good for Parts!

4 Responses to “Mitt Romney: Lifelong Über-Liberal”

  1. Mark Cain

    Let’s hope Romney dosn’t turn out to be another Tim Cahill and keep in another blowhard!!

    Romney: ‘Humans Contribute’ to Global Warming

  2. whathehell

    The Beatles said it best. CAN’T BUY ME LOVE.

  3. Sam Adams

    I agree. Let’s back a real conservative this time, or we’ll be going in the same direction as Obama, just a little bit slower.

  4. Liberty

    Romney will lose if nominated in 2012. Ron Paul is the best chance to win in 2012.

    We all want Obama out of the White House, and there is no Republican nominee who can beat Obama. Except Paul. The only way to beat Obama is to steal his votes, and the only who who will do that is Paul. Obama only won the election because he got the Independent vote- it was anyone other than McCain/Palin. Independents and Democrats alike love Paul.

    This is a serious situation. We can’t just wait until 2016 when any old Republican is a shoe in. I fear the economy- and the dollar- will not last that long. It’s time we stop worrying about the reputation of the Republican party (who will be their puppet) and start worrying about the future of this country.
    Please, don’t give up on Ron Paul. Reconsider what you think you know about him- the media has not done a fair job. He was completely ignored in the 08 election.

    “Ron Paul is one of the outstanding leaders fighting for a stronger national defense. As a former Air Force officer, he knows well the needs of our armed forces, and he always puts them first. We need to keep him fighting for our country.”
    -Ronald Reagan