Monday, September 20, 2004
Profligate Willard Mitt

Just hours after renewing his fraudulent call for lower taxes, Willard Mitt Friday broke a contract for UMASS employees, then signed a $439 million supplemental spending bill earmarking millions of dollars for non-essential projects across the Commonwealth. (source: Boston Globe, 9/18/2004)

Romney justified the spending by calling it "a surplus made possible by an improving economy, a rebound in state tax receipts and strong fiscal management." (source: office of (fraud) gov, 'Romney signs $439M supplemental budget bill', 9/17/2004)

However, Romney's latest largess comes just three months after he signed one of the most expensive spending plans in the 224-year old history of the (modern) Commonwealth. (source: office of (fraud) gov, 'Romney delivers first dividend on reform,' 6/3/2004 'Romney signs $22.402B fiscal year 2005 budget,' 6/25/2004).

His latest splurge includes over $63 million in new spending by the hack-infested Department of (MDC Job) Conservation and Recreation, whose bloated payroll is filled with MDC cast-offs and failed politicans. (source: House No. 5076; Riaf, 7/15/2003)

It is unclear whether the increased funding was Team Reform's first step in preparing a glide-path for failed Republican candidates in the 2004 General Election. However, Romney signed the (MDC Job) Conservation and Recreation build-up just hours after Alex Dunn, Team Reform's jack-booted political gauleiter, pronounced the overwhelming majority of GOP candidates 'losers,' implying that 109 newly-created positions may be required come November 3.

As such, RiaF is pleased to announced that we are standing for election to the state Senate as the Commonwealth's first at-large delegate to the upper chamber.

Yes, we are running as a write-in Republican, and on a pro-job platform: to whit, when we lose, we want William McKinney's (R – Lost to Sprague in Primary, appointed by Romney to run the MDC then appointed Deputy Commissioner for Budget & Finance in the Department of Agricultural Resources because he's so vital to the Commonwealth, not to mention the fact that he's also a delegate to the GOP national convention).

We love reform.


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