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Tag Archives: Mitt Romney
Mitt Romney: “Government does not create jobs.” Mitt Romney, a bit later: “As President, I will create 12 million new jobs.” Luckily, you and others noticed this irony before election day. Dystopian horror stories will be written about what might … Continue reading
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The Old Man and the Sea: The Old Man and the Seat: I am no big fan of Ernest Hemingway and I am usually a big fan of Clint Eastwood, but between these two options I prefer option no. 1.
Ever since Mitt Romney announced his pick of Paul Ryan as his running mate in the US presidential election, people are wondering: “Why?” Luckily for my readers, I have gotten hold of Mitt Romney’s secret memo which outlines the reasoning … Continue reading
Mitt Romney has realised that with every interview, every press conference and every further day in the US presidential campaign, he will embarrass himself more. So he does the only right thing: Mitt Romney withdraws from the presidential race 2012 before having to undergo further … Continue reading
Despite the inconclusiveness of “Super Tuesday”, it looks like Mitt Romney is slowly but surely crawling towards the nomination of the Republican Party to become its candidate for President of the United States of America. Excitement in a party looks … Continue reading
Mitt Romney, one of the Republican Party‘s contenders for President of the United States of America raises a question among voters: “Who is Mitt Romney really?” Obviously, even Republicans have some serious doubts about his identity. How else would you explain … Continue reading