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Posted: Wednesday, August 8, 2012 12:00 am | Updated: 12:03 pm, Fri Sep 14, 2012.

Since 1976, the corporate elite has provided us brain-dead choices for presidential candidates. Mitt Romney is their current selection. He is a combined clone of Bush and Obama; living proof that intellect is not required to be president — just an obediently stupid capability to wave the flag and serve without question their corporate masters.

Romney's trips to England and Israel were a disaster. In London, he insulted the Olympic security team and was quickly put in his place. In Israel, he enraged the Islamic world with his polemic rants against Palestine and Iran. Whenever he opens his mouth, stupidity screams out.

This past spring Obama sang a few lines from a popular song, and sang very well. It was just good entertainment. Nitwit Mitt couldn't leave it alone. He had to prove he was a more pure American than Obama by singing a patriotic ditty — well off-key — rather than suggesting Obama should quit his day job for a singing career. Romney's singing was hysterically embarrassing and he appeared as goofy as another former governor from Massachusetts, who drove a tank when he too was campaigning for president in 1988.

Obama's reelection campaign was fueled by this pathetic singing gig of Romney's version of "America the Beautiful" and displays captions of Romney's dirty laundry on the singing video. This is good humor at the expense of an idiot; however, it's sad and catastrophic the damage these lame candidates create when elected.

During this ongoing bogus "War on Terror" for national security, Bush trashed the Bill of Rights and the Constitution when he signed the Patriot Act. Obama later signed legislation further sinking the people's rights to pre-Magna Carta levels. The last two occupants of the White House will always stand out and maybe Romney, too, because they all have accomplished something very unique as the United States now enters the Twilight Zone: They have made stupidity a virtue.

Adam Dados

Lodi

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7 comments:

  • Steve Schmidt posted at 8:00 am on Mon, Aug 13, 2012.

    Steve Schmidt Posts: 2410

    Chuckle.... if Ron Paul still has a couple of supporters in Poland, perhaps he should run for office over there.

     
  • Andrew Liebich posted at 7:59 am on Sat, Aug 11, 2012.

    Andrew Liebich Posts: 2999

    NEWSFLASH...Mitt Romney was greeted by Polish supporters of Texas Rep. Ron Paul as his motorcade passed through Gdansk.

     
  • dave howard posted at 11:55 pm on Fri, Aug 10, 2012.

    dave howard Posts: 25

    Your right all democrats lack intelligence
    P.S. presidential only has one (R)

     
  • Jackson Scott posted at 9:30 pm on Fri, Aug 10, 2012.

    Jackson Scott Posts: 386

    John states, "Romney is one of the most qualified and proven Presidential candidates for many years."

    I'd call that statement a bit of an overstatement. As a lifelong GOP'r ol' Mitt has several deep flaws. His recent gaffs in London & Isreal show his lack of international expereince. I will argue the the most qualified person to run for President was George H. W. Bush (41). He served in congress, an ambassador, director of the CIA, and as Reagan's VP. That, is the best resume of any candidate ever.

    As for Mr. Dados' letter, really Adam? Do you get out much?

     
  • Steve Schmidt posted at 4:18 pm on Wed, Aug 8, 2012.

    Steve Schmidt Posts: 2410

    Legacies always do well if schools want new libraries, gyms and business schools. Witness the George W. Romney Institute of Public Management at BYU. I doubt Willard Mittens even needed to show up to succeed at that school.

     
  • John McDonald posted at 9:14 am on Wed, Aug 8, 2012.

    John McDonald Posts: 2

    Romney graduated with a Bachelor's of Art earned with highest honors in 1971 and gave his school's commencement address. He then went on to earn a dual law / business degree at Harvard. He graduated top in law school and in the top 5% of his class in the business school. Only 3 years after he graduated from business school he was VP of Bain Company. His business success speaks for itself. Romney is one of the most qualified and proven Presidential candidates for many years. I'm a conservative and I don't always appreciate every Romney position, however he is massively qualified and very smart. Romney is a far better choice than the anti-energy, anti-business current resident of the White House.

     
  • Darrell Baumbach posted at 7:45 am on Wed, Aug 8, 2012.

    Darrell Baumbach Posts: 9405

    They have made stupidity a virtue says Mr Dados....


    Based on the content of this letter, who could disagree?[whistling]

     

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