Wednesday, September 17, 2003
Romney Steals Ideas, But Still Needs Vision

Is it us, or does each of Willard Mitt’s solutions include firing someone? Well, here he goes again. The Fraud Governor announced that in order to help clean up the state’s finances he wants to fire the unemployed by reducing their benefits from 30 to 26 weeks. (source: Boston Globe, 9/17/2003) This from a fribble who sponged off his father and did not work full-time until he was 28 years of age – including the years he spent ducking the Vietnam War in France. (source: Boston Globe, 8/7/1994)

Now we’re not saying that Willard is in a rut. But we do believe that Romney's directionless flailing make him appear to be ... directionless. He needs to knit his free-floating, stolen ideas into a larger, coordinated (albeit stolen) tapestry.

For example, over the past two weeks, Romney has stolen and repackaged some very creative ideas, but has failed to coordinate their delivery. He stole the legislature's initiative on Commonwealth security, and the Speaker's initiative on economic development, and yesterday proved he is a bi-partisan thief by stealing John Ashcroft’s heinous idea to encourage citizens to spy on their fellow citizens. (source: Boston Globe, 9/17/2003)

However, rather than work to coordinate an inter-related policy, Romney lets each stolen idea fall to the wayside, ignored, while he thunders off, like a besotted proselytizer, seeking new concepts to convert.

We think Romney should take a step back and knit his ill-gotten ideas together.

For example, rather than just prematurely terminating unemployment benefits, and whining about an unsecure Commonwealth, Willard should be proactive. Cut unemployment benefits, hand each out-of-work whelp a tin star and draft them into the Romney Reactionary Corps of Citizen Cspies.

They’ll be poor, pissed, and looking for payback. Give them a black shirt and a truncheon and let the fun begin!

Start governing, (Fraud) Governor, or get out of the way.


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