Wednesday, July 16, 2003
Romney Rationale Unfathomably Arrogant

It’s called “the Big Lie.” Say something loud enough, and people will believe you.

Well, yesterday the Fraud Governor used the Big Lie to accuse the Legislature of “unfathomable arrogance” for amending the voter-approved English immersion law. (Boston Globe, 7/16/2003)

Unfathomable arrogance? Just last September, Romney’s loathsome $150,000-a-year spokesman vowed that, if elected, Romney would demonstrate unfathomable arrogance and amend Question 2. “(Willard) Mitt Romney would vote for Question 2. If it passes, however, we'd work with the Legislature to remove the punitive feature that exposes teachers to liability.” (Boston Globe, 9/25/2002)

And this was just weeks after the Fraud Candidate had displayed unfathomable arrogance for the voter approved Clean Elections law, mewling “I have been very troubled by the concept of taxpayer funding of Clean Elections at the same time when some 50,000 people have been removed from the rolls of our health care plan in the state to make ends meet in the budget.” (Boston Globe, 9/9/2002)

Romney then proposed an unfathomably arrogant amendment to the Clean Elections law that would have candidates who do not follow the law's fund-raising and spending limits be required to divert 10 percent of their own campaign funds to Clean Elections candidates. (Boston Globe, 9/9/2002)

Yet now the Fraud Governor stands up for the will of the electorate? It’s simply unfathomable.

(But at least it’s diverted attention away from Bill McKinney’s attempt to hold onto his hack job at the Dept. of (MDC Job) Conservation and Recreation.)


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