US Senator Mitt Romney (RINO-UT), the humiliated and failed 2012 Presidential candidate, has now come out of the closet and revealed his actual DC allegiances—it is officially with the radical Democrats he has feigned to fight for so long.
Romney, a vulture capitalist, has long been suspected of being a usurper whose true motives are to lie and run as a “conservative” while making backroom deals with leftists to betray his constituents, and at Democrat Joe Biden’s second State of the Union address on Tuesday night, “Mittens” Romney let his true intentions be known.
Romney, a notorious flip-flopper, ran as a fiscal conservative in 2012.
In an Iowa speech that year, Romney described America’s federal borrowing as “a prairie fire of debt is sweeping across Iowa and our nation. ” adding that “every day we fail to act, that fire gets closer to the homes and children we love.”
“Our collective debt is no ordinary problem: According to Mitt- its going to burn our children alive,” was how the media mocked him for such statements then, and going on to humiliate him even more over his personal wealth:
“And this is where we get to the hypocrisy at the heart of Mitt Romney. Everyone knows that he is fantastically rich, having scored great success, the legend goes, as a “turnaround specialist,” a shrewd financial operator who revived moribund companies as a high-priced consultant for a storied Wall Street private equity firm. But what most voters don’t know is the way Mitt Romney actually made his fortune: by borrowing vast sums of money that other people were forced to pay back,” Matt Tiabbi wrote in 2012, adding:
“This is the plain, stark reality that has somehow eluded America’s top political journalists for two consecutive presidential campaigns: Mitt Romney is one of the greatest and most irresponsible debt creators of all time. In the past few decades, in fact, Romney has piled more debt onto more unsuspecting companies, written more gigantic checks that other people have to cover, than perhaps all but a handful of people on planet Earth.”
In 2012, The Rolling Stone published a wonderful story that showed Romney for what he truly was:
“The great criticism of Mitt Romney, from both sides of the aisle, has always been that he doesn’t stand for anything. He’s a flip-flopper, they say, a lightweight, a cardboard opportunist who’ll say anything to get elected.
The critics couldn’t be more wrong. Mitt Romney is no tissue-paper man. He’s closer to being a revolutionary, a backward-world version of Che or Trotsky, with tweezed nostrils instead of a beard, a half-Windsor instead of a leather jerkin. His legendary flip-flops aren’t the lies of a bumbling opportunist – they’re the confident prevarications of a man untroubled by misleading the nonbeliever in pursuit of a single, all-consuming goal. Romney has a vision, and he’s trying for something big: We’ve just been too slow to sort out what it is, just as we’ve been slow to grasp the roots of the radical economic changes that have swept the country in the last generation.
The incredible untold story of the 2012 election so far is that Romney’s run has been a shimmering pearl of perfect political hypocrisy, which he’s somehow managed to keep hidden, even with thousands of cameras following his every move. And the drama of this rhetorical high-wire act was ratcheted up even further when Romney chose his running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin – like himself, a self-righteously anal, thin-lipped, Whitest Kids U Know penny pincher who’d be honored to tell Oliver Twist there’s no more soup left. By selecting Ryan, Romney, the hard-charging, chameleonic champion of a disgraced-yet-defiant Wall Street, officially succeeded in moving the battle lines in the 2012 presidential race.”
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And nothing has changed from 2012 Romney to 2023 Romney.
At one point in Biden’s rambling speech, Romney, the long time government dependent, stood and clapped clownishly and supported the bizarre agenda of Biden. CONTINUE READING…