Thursday, April 01, 2004
Outsourcing 201

Those who say Willard Mitt hasn’t traveled to other states to talk about Massachusetts jobs haven’t been paying attention.

Just last January, for example, Willard Mitt traveled to New Hampshire. And hit pay dirt!

But we’re getting ahead of ourselves.

Sherman, set the Way Back Machine for January 27, 2004.

(We’re in New Hampshire, watching Willard Mitt stump for George W. Shhh. He’s about to say something hard-hitting about John Kerry. Let’s listen.)

"I like him personally, and we get along socially." (source: Boston Globe, 1/28/2004)

Wow. That's rough. Okay Sherman, now set the Way Back Machine for January 29, 2004.

That was a pretty short trip, Mr. Peabody.

Pick up that newspaper and read.

State hires N.H. firm to administer MCAS. (source: Boston Globe, 1/29/2004)

The Fraud Governor’s Department of Education in January signed a $118 million contract with a New Hampshire firm to administer, score and report the results of the MCAS exam through 2009. (source: Boston Globe, 1/29/2004)

The contract was signed on January 29. Two days after Willard Mitt went to New Hampshire to stump for George W.

Did Romney go to New Hampshire to facilitate the contract? Who knows? But we do recall that "Romney savors both the big picture and the smallest detail." (source: skimag.com, March/April 2001)

So this may be something to be concerned about.

Because look at what the Rat dragged in:

(Fraud) Gov. (Willard) Mitt Romney (R-MA) will speak at the Kent County GOPers' (sic) Lincoln Day dinner on April 8. (source: Associated Press, Detroit News, 3/28/2004)

Willard Mitt is going home. To Michigan.

We can only guess how many Massachusetts jobs he'll take with him!

Road Work

Team Reform yesterday signed the state's first "open systems'' computer contract which is designed to cut costs for the Commonwealth's information technology. (source: Boston Herald, 4/1/2004)

So which Bay State firm received this contract? None of them! Because Willard Mitt signed the contract with Praxium Consultants, of ... Pelham, New Hampshire.

Hmmm. Wonder when Romney will start to grow jobs in Iowa?


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