Tuesday, June 24, 2003
Romney Memory Lapse Should Be Investigated

Suddenly it's Willard Mitt Romney who is having memory problems.

Just days after expressing disappointment in UMASS President William Bulger's appearance before a Congressional committee, the Fraud Governor is claiming no knowledge of a illegal advertising campaign that was four-walled across hate radio just days before the 2002 election.

Yesterday, just shortly after Campaign and Political Finance released its finding, Romney hurried past reporters in the State House claiming ignorance of the ads, saying "I'm not actually familiar with it."

Romney's loathsome $150,000-a-year spokesman compounded the lie, cowardly mewling "`it's not a situation we're familiar with. We have nothing to say." (source: Boston Herald, 6/24/2003)

Fine. Then riddle me this: if Romney and his loathsome aide were unfamiliar with the ads, how did they last year categorically deny that their campaign was uninvolved in the illegal activity? (Last November, when asked about the ads by the Boston Globe the Fraud Candidate said, "We don't have anything to do with this." (source: Boston Globe, 11/5/2002))

Romney and his loathsome aide appear to have either been complicit in the illegal activity, or are now lying about their knowledge of the advertising campaign.

The state Attorney General or the state Ethics Commission should convene an investigation to find out what really happened, and levy penalties against those responsible for breaking the law.


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