Let’s take a closer look at the official “designated loser” in the next US Presidential election–Mitt “the Gekko” Romney. Inquiring minds want to know if he’s actually
the same as Gordon Gekko. Well, is he?
Here is a 54 sec. video clip of a fictitious movie character, Gordon Gekko:
Let’s be clear, real life Wall Street hero, Mitt Romney, is
NOT Gordon Gekko:
Still not sure if it’s Gordon Gekko or Mitt Romney?
Pay attention! See? Notice that suit worn by real life Wall Street hero, Mitt Romney, is much more expensive and much better quality than the cheap suit worn by fictitious movie character, Gordon Gekko. Anyone can see that.
I am surprised that there are still idiots who get these two confused.
How could anyone confuse Gordon Gekko and Mitt Romney?
See how Mitt Romney tastefully accessorizes with cash.
You don’t see Gordon Gekko doing that, do you?
Is greed good?
“When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men living together in society, they create for themselves in the course of time, a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that glorifies it.” – Economic Sophisms, Frederic Bastiat 1801-1850
February 27, 2012: Update on Mitt “the Gekko” Romney:
Romney made another extemporaneous remark that underscored the caricature that his political opponents are pushing of the former Massachusetts governor as a wealthy, out-of-touch elitist.
Asked by an Associated Press reporter as he was greeting NASCAR fans whether he follows the sport, Romney said: “Not as closely as some of the most ardent fans. But I have some great friends that are NASCAR team owners.”
A Romney campaign spokesman did not dispute Romney’s quote at the Daytona 500, but said it came while he and the Associated Press reporter were talking about cars. He said Romney is a NASCAR fan — he campaigned at a NASCAR race last summer in New Hampshire — and was trying only to distinguish himself from more hard-core fans.
No matter what the Romney camp does, they just cannot get past the elitist attitude of Mitt Romney, nor can they effectively portray Romney as a Bud Light & Hot Dog kind of guy. (Source)
Let’s all chant: “Mitt’s electable”
Feb 24, 2012: Mitt Romney held an event at Ford Stadium which has failed to attract enough people to come even close to filling it up (in fact, you could fit Romney’s 1,200 person crowd in the 65,000-seat stadium 54 times over). His campaign scrambled to make the event look as full as possible, but largely failed. Photo via Byron York:
Mitt Romney’s campaign event at Ford Stadium
What Romney is essentially proposing to do is finance a massive tax cut by cutting Medicaid, food stamps, housing subsidies and job training. In other words, the neediest Americans — and, to a lesser degree, federal workers — will be financing a massive tax cut. Romney’s priorities are clear: In order to cut taxes and raise defense spending, he’ll cut the programs that support the poorest Americans.
In 2000, George W. Bush ran for president saying “I don’t think they ought to be balancing their budget on the backs of the poor.” In 2012, amidst a much worse economy, Romney is running for president saying exactly the opposite.
Perhaps that’s why the stadium is empty. (Source: Washington Post)
Let’s all ignore Ron Paul–because he’s “unelectable”
Meanwhile, a few days later, Ron Paul gives a campaign speech:
Ron Paul receives a warm welcome . . .
As always, the media dis-information campaign is obvious:
Mitt. He doesn’t even know he’s the “designated loser” to Obama in the next US Presidential election.
Here is a picture of an orc–also not to be confused with Mitt Romney.
Just thought you’d want to know.
How do we know it’s an orc?
Unlike Mitt Romney, orcs have bad teeth.
Hope this helps clear things up . . .
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- The International Bankers–famous quotes about international bankers
- Scapegoating Public Employees — Wall St congratulates themselves with $144 billion in bonuses
- Instituting Widespread Debt Slavery–debt is not just a credit instrument
- Farming the Middle Class–how to extract maximum dollars
- The Handbook of Human Ownership – A Manual for New Tax Farmers
- The Too Big To Fail–just shafted you and me, again
- Got 3 Minutes?–for a short, concise explanation of our economic crisis, and why the evil elite are lovin’ it
- More and More Evidence of a Bankster Takeover of US Government–none so blind as those who will not see
- Who Owns Congress?–the usual depressing facts, same as last year, and the year before . . .
- Goldman Sachs Operatives in Obama Government
- Buy a Congressman for $1.4 million, or a Senator for $10 million–or all members of Congress for a mere $1.6 B
- US Supreme Court overturns political campaign spending limits
- Do parasites, like this, infest our economy?