Tuesday, November 06, 2012

Friday, June 03, 2011
Chimera Change
Willard Mitt, the newly minted liberal conservative former Fraud Governor of the Commonwealth, recently pandered to a New Hampshire crowd that he thinks man has contributed to climate change and urged a reduction of greenhouse gases, saying "I believe the world is getting warmer, and I believe that humans have contributed to that. It's important for us to reduce our emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases that may be significant contributors." (source: Nationaljournal.com, 6/3/2011)

Which made us very happy.

Because we remember back in the halcyon days of 2004 when Fraudo slouched on the banks of the fetid Charles River and mewled that he was not convinced that "there (is) global warming or there (is) not and what's causing it," then issued a statement hedging that "(i)f climate change is happening, the actions we take will help (but) if we learn decades from now that climate change isn't happening, these actions will still help our economy, our quality of life, and the quality of our environment." (source: Boston Globe, "Romney hedges on global warming," 5/7/2004)

Groovy. The newly minted liberal conservative former Fraud Governor of the Commonwealth was against global warming before he was for it.

Welcome back, Willard Mitt. You're looking well. In fact, you haven't changed at all.

Thursday, January 17, 2008

In honor of Willard Mitt's recent appearance on Countdown with Keith Olbermann wherein he declaimed lobbyist Ron Kaufman's role as a leader in his campaign we reprise for your dining pleasure our paeon to Kaufman's links to Team Reform, titled: Picket Charge or Grate Minds Think Alike.

For dessert here's Senior Advisor Ron Kaufman humping Willard Mitt to MSNBC.

Oh yeah, and here's a press notice from Romney for President, Inc. listing Ron Kaufman as chair of the Romney for President Massachusetts Steering Committee.

Glad Willard Mitt cleared that thing up.

Tuesday, December 18, 2007
Wish List

If I wasn't such a fraud I'd have to admit to feeling like a fraud. Not a word to any of you in several dozen weeks. Then with Christmas just around the corner ... I skulk back into your dreary lives. It's almost as if I'm stopping by only to remind you that it's time for you to buy me your Christmas gift.

But that would be presumptuous of me. For all I know, you're not even a Christian. At least not yet! Ho ho ho.

So let's call a spade a shovel and call 'em what they are: Holiday Gifts. For me!

But enough about me. Lets talk about you. It's time for you to buy me one last Christmas present while I'm still in the public eye.

Thank you for helping me stay out of Massachusetts. At least for a few more months.

Happy holidays. And thanks for all that you do for me.


Willard Mitt
(former) Fraud Governor

This way to my Wish List ------>My Amazon.com Wish List

Sunday, June 10, 2007
Fraudo Flips on Gay Rights Flip. Again

While stumping in New Hampshire recently Willard Mitt reportedly extolled the virtues of gay couples raising children by saying that "(t)here are other ways to raise kids that’s fine: single moms, grandparents raising kids, gay couples raising kids. That’s the American way, to have people have their freedom of choice." (source: Boston Herald, June 10, 2007)

Zounds. Willard Mitt, in New Hampshire, said that gay couples raising kids is the American way.

This after Willard Mitt, in South Carolina, said that while same-sex couples "are actually having children born to them (i)t's not right on paper. It's not right in fact." (source: Boston Globe, February 18, 2006)

This after Willard Mitt, in Boston, signaled support forgay pride.

Of course while in New Hampshire Romney never said that gay couples raising children was "right." He only said that it was "the American way."

So is Willard Mitt really saying that he supports gay couples raising children? Or that he is against the American way?

Only his weatherman knows for sure.

Friday, May 25, 2007
Call of the Mild

Willard Mitt yesterday strapped on his best brass voice to intone in support of the war on terrorism that "(t)he only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing." (source: Boston Globe, 5/25/2007)

What a great quote to relate to the defense of America. Even though it was first uttered by a Brit.

But why is Fraudo using it? Because Willard Mitt is the last person to speak about doing nothing in the face of evil. After all, when America called during the 1960's Romney dodged the war by going to France. (source: NY Times.com)

And now that America is calling again another generation of Romneys are saying 'no thanks' to defending their country.

At least Romney's second-youngest son is honest about his nonenlistment: "I've seen a lot and read a lot that has made me say, `My goodness, I hope I never have to do that.'" (source: Associated Press, "None of Romney's sons has served in the military," 5/14/2007)

At least he had the decency not to flee to France.

Which is why we think Romney for President should adopt a new campaign song: Taylor Hawkins and the Coattail Riders' "Better You Than Me."

Friday, April 20, 2007
Lies, Damn Lies, and Statistics

According to Doonesbury, if you do an internet "search on flip-flop and Mitt Romney" you "get 5,435,000 hits."

This is obviously a mis-guided attempt by the liberal media to paint Williard Mitt in the worst possible light.

Kindly note:
if you Google <"Mitt Romney" "flip-flop"> you only get 95,500 hits.
if you Google <"Mitt Romney" flip-flop> you only get 159,000 hits.
if you Google <Mitt Romney flip-flop> you only get 180,000 hits.

That's barely more than a Google search seeking to pair the Fraud Governor with Bruce Campbell. Yep, THAT Bruce Campbell.

Even adding all three [Mitt Romney flip flop] totals together only gives you 434,500 hits. That's five million hits shy of Doonesbury's stated claim.

If Willard Mitt had any scruples he'd immediately demand a retraction.

And then, two days later, retract his demand. But only to be consistent.

Wednesday, January 03, 2007
Exit Ramp
with apologies to C. C. Moore

T'was the last day in office and all through the place
loyal Willard Mitt minions stared off into space.
The future that once they thought looked so darn bright
was now dimmer than dark Guatamalian night.
The leader they'd held in such proud veneraton
seemed now more consumed with his hair coloration.
His stance on abortion was firm as loose sand.
His civil support made his gay bond ban bland.
(Sure he smited the gay with direct enfilade,
but in '02 he'd helped Pink the Gay Pride Parade.)
His circle of friends and acquaintences fell
as he cozied to consorts like Jerry Falwell.

Ah well, they reasoned, all runs must soon end.
Weld, Cellucci and Swift did not Romney portend.
So they knowingly nodded as they heard him soft wheeze,
"adiós Massachusetts. Hola retiro. Aw Geez."

Thursday, December 14, 2006
Wish List

I'm the luckiest fella north of the Rio Grande. I cleaned up the Mess on Beacon Hill - as promised - and now I'm off to clean up the Mess on Capital Hill. Not that there is a mess on Capital Hill, what with our Republican President and Congress. But with the Democrats taking over the House and Senate there will be! And I'm just the guy to clean it up.

But enough about me. Lets talk about you. It's time for you to buy me one last Christmas present while I'm still (fraud) Governor of Massachusetts.

So get out there and help drive my internet sales tax revenue. Let’s go shopping!

Thank you for helping me make it out of Massachusetts.

Happy holidays. And thanks for all that you do for me.


Willard Mitt
Fraud Governor

This way to my Wish List ------> My Amazon.com Wish List

Friday, December 01, 2006
Romney es un Fraude

The Boston Globe has charged that Willard Mitt used illegal aliens to keep his Massachusetts manse safe from illegal crab grass. (source: Boston Globe, 12/1/2006)

Romney's reaction at getting outed for using Guatemalan illegals as day laborers?

"Aw, geez." (source: Boston Globe, 12/1/2006)

Now that's an unfortunate response from or someone who has kept right-wing seating parlors in thrall with his tough-guy talk about keeping America safe from illegal aliens. (source: Boston Globe, 3/11/2006)

According to Romney's $150,000-a-year Loathsome Spokesman the Fraud Governor knows nothing about the immigration status of the landscaping workers; his dealings were with the landscape company owner who is a legal immigrant from Colombia. (source: Boston Globe, 12/1/2006)

Guess Fraudo couldn't find any American-owned landscaping companies.

Which is too bad. Because you'd expect nothing less from a guy who's made his bones barking we've "got to change our immigration policy." (source: Boston Globe, 3/11/2006)

For the record, we're with Willard Mitt on this one. We wouldn't mind having an illegal or two that we could boss around on the cheap. After all, our lawn needs tending, too. And think of all the fun 'those people' could have shoveling our driveway in February. Of course, we're not looking to become el Presidente.

Which begs the question: is it against the law to hire illegal aliens?

"It is against the law for companies to hire illegal aliens."
Romney's $150,000-a-year Loathsome Spokesman
(source: Boston Globe, 11/12/2005)

To quote our favorite south-of-the-borderite, someone's got some s'plaining to do.


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