Monday, June 30, 2003
Romney Steals Jane Swift Web-Site

The Fraud Governor recently unveiled massmeansbusiness.com, a web portal aimed at attracting business to Massachusetts. The portal "is another initiative in Romney's efforts to recharge the struggling state economy." (source: Boston Globe, 6/31/2003)

Another initiative in Romney's effort? Hold on there, Pardner.

First, massmeansbusiness.com is NOT a Romney initiative. The web-site was "created" by former Gov. Jane Swift (R- Flagbearer,RememberHer?). The domain name (massmeansbusines.com & org) was birthed on October 17, 2001 by the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative in Westboro. (source: Register.com) Let us repeat: October 17, 2001.

And what was Willard Mitt Romney doing in October 2001? Flipping burgers as the Winter Games Chef. And saying if Jane Swift "wants a second term, then she should be the flag-bearer." (source: Boston Herald, 8/22/2001)

So why didn't Jane Swift get any credit for massmeanbusiness.com? Perhaps because by October 2001 her main mouth-piece, Jason Kauppi, had been replaced by Jim (the Invisible Man) Borghesani.

But more importantly, saying that this is ANOTHER Romney initiative presupposes that there are other Romney initiatives to improve the economy - beyond paying his loathsome spokesman $150,000-a-year.

And maybe there are; but to find them we'll have to wait until Team Action makes it's next Swift move.


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