George Soros Wants Mitt to Win Because “There Isn’t Much Difference between Romney and Obama” (Video)

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At Davos George Soros says he wants Romney to be the Republican Candidate because there isn’t much difference between Romney and Obama.

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  • Marilyn Wellington

    Why would anyone listen to George Soros to make the decision as to which candidate will receive their vote. Every voter has the responsibility to study the issues, evaluate each candidate and select that person who they feel best represents them. If a voter needs to be told which candidate to vote for by someone famous or who not to vote for totally based on criticism of a candidate they should not be voting. Decide on your own!

  • Eddie Baby

    I always like the Romney sell that he is some kind of stealth conservative that was restrained because he was in MA. Yeah I heard that before with David Souter. Didn’t work out so good that time. I’m not expecting better results this time. Still not Obama though.

  • bg

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    hah, there it is, the code word “extremists”..

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  • bg

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    “what the fascist left have been aiming for is to “equate” good with evil..
    that’s the only way they can appease their conscience in the face of the
    harsh reality they are trying to escape from because it does not fit in with
    their ideological utopian matrix.. if there is no good vs evil, then all is good
    even if [the] all is evil..” – bg

    ==

  • RedBeard

    Jim, you’ve finally crossed over into the twilight zone.

    Are we really supposed to think that the opinion of that old reprobate George Soros should guide our actions? Soros is for Soros, not for America. If he told me the sun was shining, I would have to go outside to check.

    In that video, Soros was also defending the #Occupy scum. Do we now need to applaud that gang, just because of Soros’ opinion?

  • Tom

    Just for fun, add the word “care” after Romney and Obama, then see if the statement is any less true…only it’s not that funny :-(

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    Here’s the next Gingrich ad…

    This is what Gingrich should be doing instead of complaining about hits coming from the Romney campaign.

    If Gingrich is supposed to be a fighter, then the proper response to being hit should be to hit back hard.

  • A_Nonny_Mouse

    … and Glenn Beck was roundly castigated for “racism” when he declared that Romney and Obama were so similar in their approaches to governance that, if they were the opposing candidates for the upcoming elections, the only conceivable reason a person would have for voting for Romney over Obama would be that Obama is black.

  • wanumba

    Never they ask the question, “WHy is Soros not in prison?”

  • shibumi

    Yeah, well if Soros and the MSM support Romney, that tells me that I should not support him.

  • Skinner

    Yes George – he will be the candidate.

    Gateway – you are becoming a very dependable tool for the MSM out there.

    How in the hell is Newt the conservative Tea Party candidate? Besides some excellent sound bites, how is he your standard bearer?

    Newt? Mr Washington?

    Come on…

    If enough voters are upset with their personal economic condition, they will vote against Obama, regardless of the Republican candidate.

    I hear the argument that McCain was a moderate, that’s why he lost. PUHLEASE! The Dems were going to win REGARDLESS of the Republican in 2008 – the voters were pissed off with Bush, they wanted a change – yes it was a close election but anyone following it closely could read that move.

    Perhaps voters need 6 years of this socialist before they make up their mind fully that he is terrible?

    That may well be the end game here – Obama wins because not enough voters hate him…yet.

    .

  • Big Al

    Of course soros wouldn’t have an ulterior motive, would he? You have to be pretty dumb to bite on this one.

  • Mitch Rapp

    Soros sounds disappointed in his employee, Obama.

    Soros funded Obama, his moveon.org and media matters supported Obama ROYALLY.

    Soros, like Obama is a ONE PERCENTER. He, does not have a wife like Michelle.

  • Just Da Facts

    Wow an endorsement from George Soros? Who knew Mitt has such friends in high places?
    This might be why some blogs are now calling Romney the “White Obama”. If the shoe fits wear it.

  • Gus

    Yes and Soros isn’t so different from a pile of schit.

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  • RedBeard

    This could also be a false flag operation, with Soros trying to use what he knows are his extreme negatives in the eyes of Republicans to keep Romney from being the nominee. Praise from the devil is usually not helpful.

  • Old Fan

    LOL !

    Mr. Hoft is now believing George Soros?

    This is nonsense. I have read the mighty GP from the very beginning. And now I have to strongly urge Mr. Hoft to take a huge step backwards. This is misguided. It simply is not his best.

    As Gov. of MA, Mr. Romney balanced an inherited budget of 3 Billion, cut taxation 19 times, reduced regulations to turn an entrenched Democratic Partisan anti-Business climate. Unemployment sank to 4.7% while Romney was Governor, he not only had balanced budgets every year, leaving a healthy surplus.

    This is the opposite of Obama in every way. What happened to Mr. Hoft? Are some foolishly following Sarah over a cliff again, as we watched with Delaware in 2010?

    Sound Conservatism is guided by basis, not the manipulation of George Soros…

    Romney is very conservative in nature, as he is a tried and true Free Market Capitalist. Very strong, proven, serious, sound. His record is stellar, very impressive, especially able to turn around failure.

    Romney also vetoed gay marriage, minimum wage increases, funding for illegal immigrants, etc. He even tried to reinstate the Death Penalty, empowered local Law Enforcement to handle illegal immigrants, never provided any pardons, passed a serious drunk driving law which was needed, etc.

    It was Newt Gingrich who sat on the couch with Nancy Pelosi at the request of Al Gore in 2008 to peddle Global Warming, has been pushing Amnesty employing Grandmothers as victims, even ran on the left side with Obama in attacking successful Free Market Enterprise.

    Santorum campaigned on a Federal Level Mandate in 1994, supported the lackluster Arlen Specter over the more conservative Pat Toomey, and even opposes “Right To Work”. He too is typical Washington Politician of 17 years, far from ideal.

    There is something sincere lost about the fashion amongst us. No long being Conservative, looking at the basis, but following an emotive reactionary wind, addicted to superficial image and identity politics. The hype which jumped from Palin, to Trump, to Cain, to Bachmann, to Perry, to Gingrich, to Santorum, etc., and now back to Gingrich is revealing a very unhealthy obsession.

    If the truth were being analyzed, some would realize Newt’s support is not as popular as some are selling. Gingrich repeatedly has to cancel appearances due to a lack of turn out:
    “Still waiting for Newt Gingrich to start up here at the Hyatt”

    Gingrich would be a disaster, only enabling the Democratic Party:
    “A Gingrich nomination, however, would be “a nightmare for Republicans” by turning many purple states blue and giving Obama a starting point of 303 Electoral Votes, 33 more than needed.”

    Newt is a career Beltway Insider who grafted from Fannie and Freddie. He is part of the problem, selling a con game to Our Base. It is sad to see, but he simply is a typical Washington Celebrity who is not honest:
    “Gingrich: I supported Rockefeller over Goldwater”

  • Sasja

    OT

    Rush, commenting on negative campaigning, may remind some who knew, and informs those who did not know, how it was with Jefferson and Adams in 1800. I only present this for amusement.

    http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2012/01/30/stop_whining_about_negative_campaigning

  • bg

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    Soros, the multi BILLIONAIRE, NWO spokesperson, who’s FINGERPRINTS
    are found on just about EVERYTHING to do with influential and monetary
    dealings in the USA and around the globe??

    “I can already discern the makings of the final crisis…. Indigenous
    political movements are likely to arise that will seek to expropriate
    the multinational corporations and recapture the ‘national’ wealth.”

    ==

  • donh

    This is why the Anybody but Obama drum beat is breaking down. ABO fails if anybody is Obama’s twin white brother.

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  • wanumba

    Wh is the GOP so afraid of what should be a normal run of primaries, instead of jerking everyone around with rushed primaries and demands for a consensus without actually developing one?

    The Deocrats are sitting there with nothing o do, because Obama has no Dem challengers, so don’t see them rushingdtates and demanding consensus without a consensus.

    Why all the screwing with voters, making everything hysterical and rush rush rush?

  • bg

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    Sasja #19 January 30, 2012 at 1:27 pm

    not amused.. 1999 CNN Report On Newt Gingrich’s
    Exoneration By The IRS Over Ethics Charges 1999

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  • Sasja

    bg. I was referring to the battles between Jefferson and Adams only. Should have made that clear.

  • Sandy

    Think I’ll sit back and watch the Mitt(Obama Lite) Romneybots go full on spin cycle. God help us when we reach the same conclusion as George Soros as to who is the best Republican candidate. They have their Obots, we now must admit to Romneybots.

  • Skinner

    Again – **OBAMA LOSES ONLY** if more voters are unhappy with the economy and their own economic situation than other voters.

    THAT’S IT FOLKS.

    If there are enough even keel, don’t give a sh*t voters out there, Obama stays in.

    The candidate has to be able to convince those types that the situation is sh*t, the water is boiling and it’s time to change the cook.

    NEWT CANNOT DO THIS.

    Wake up you bloody fools.

    .

  • bg

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    re: Sasja #19 January 30, 2012 at 1:27 pm

    January 30, 2012

    re: Rush Limbaugh

    [… Gingrich was only found guilty of one ethics
    violation out of 84 that the Democrats brought.]

    re: #24 January 30, 2012 at 1:33 pm bg

    Associated Press – Sunday, October 11, 1998; Page A13

    Ethics Committee Drops Last of 84 Charges Against Gingrich

    ==

  • Patty

    Soros “acknowledged that a major difference between Romney and Obama would be their Supreme Court nominations,” but other than that, there’s no difference in these two guys other than the people they hang out with. George Soros. Now, why would Soros, if he did, why would he say this? (interruption) Yeah, yeah, well, what’s the psychological game that he’s playing? He’s endorsing Romney. “Romney, that’s cool, no difference, I could go either way that way.” Now, Soros knows that he’s hated by the Republican base. So if he’s playing psychology, he’s trying to “shtup” Romney, if you will.

    BREAK TRANSCRIPT

    RUSH: George Soros did say it. This is Wednesday on Reuters’ website, Reuters.com. The Freeland File, digital editor Chrystia Freeland interviewing George Soros. This was in Davos.

    SOROS: If it’s between Obama and Romney, there isn’t all that much difference, except for the crowd that they bring with them. Romney would have to take Gingrich or Santorum as a Vice President and you probably have some pretty extreme candidates for the Supreme Court. So that’s the down side. On the other side, uh, the Obama administration is a bit exhausted, so it’s not all that strong. So it won’t be that great a difference and I think there won’t be a great deal of enthusiasm on either side of the battleground. It will be more civilized than the previous elections have been.

    RUSH: That’s George Soros who thinks if it’s Romney, it’s gonna be a boring election. Nobody’s gonna be enthused on either side. The Obama side’s exhausted, tired, worn out. His supporters down in the dumps. Nothing’s happening like it was supposed to. Romney doesn’t excite the Republicans. (impression) “Eh, it’ll be pretty civilized. Der won’t bee a great deal of enthuz’asm.” Does this guy sound like a Bond villain or what? But he said it here. “If it’s between Obama and Romney, there isn’t all z’at much difference except for zee crowd that they bring vit them.” George Soros. Who, by the way, has a big stake in this stuff as we all know.
    http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2012/01/27/soros_not_much_difference_between_romney_and_obama

  • http://biggovernment.com gee!

    10 reasons why George Soros is dangerous…………http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=42674………….

  • exceller

    Thats as close an endorsement as you’re going to get from Soros for a Republican.

    GO NEWT!!

  • Patty

    OT

    Agent Provocateur sales boosted by US First Lady Michelle Obama
    Michelle Obama has risked the wrath of cash-strapped Americans by indulging in a $50,000 shopping spree at Agent Provocateur.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/retailandconsumer/9048122/Agent-Provocateur-sales-boosted-by-US-First-Lady-Michelle-Obama.html

  • bg

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    Sasja #25 January 30, 2012 at 1:38 pm

    oh i know, :-) it’s not your fault that i stopped reading at the point
    where Rush stated someone else was wrong, and albeit to a much
    lesser degree, so was he (will go back and read the rest later, if &
    when my bp goes down.. 😀 ).. thanks..

    ==

  • Chinahand206

    This post exists only because Hoft is a Newt fanatic. It is sad, but these things happen when you support someone in an election.

  • Patty

    OT sorry, no more

    The First Lady is better known for shopping at more modestly priced High Street brands. But along with the the Queen of Qatar, Sheikha Mozah, she closed off part of Madison Avenue to spend time in the luxury lingerie shop.

    Their purchases contributed to a market-spanking 12.5pc lift in sales.

    Agent Provocateur, which is styled on vintage Hollywood glamour, sells handmade Calais lace corsets that sell for up to £900, which could ruffle the feathers of more than just President Obama in an election year.

    Garry Hogarth, Agent Provocateur’s chief executive, refused to be drawn on the stores’ closely kept “secret client list”. But he admitted the brand had attracted a high number of “unexpected famous names” – especially in the US, where sales have overtaken the UK.

    On the back of this growth Agent Provacatuer, which is owned by listed private equity firm 3i, is launching an aggressive expansion strategy with more than 20 new shops opening globally in 2012.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/retailandconsumer/9048122/Agent-Provocateur-sales-boosted-by-US-First-Lady-Michelle-Obama.html

  • Patty

    bg

    we posted at the same time. 😆 give it to ya! 😆

  • Patty
  • Patty

    #37

    Newt takes on Bernanke,Geithner,Dodd, and the Commie Cabal. Watch this video and Vote Newt!

  • Patty

    http://www.redstate.com/williamjameson/2012/01/27/micheal-reagan-blasts-romney-for-smears-on-gingrich/

    Micheal Reagan Blasts Romney for Smears on Gingrich

    On Thursday, Mike Reagan, a respected conservative commentator, responded to the Gingrich critics with this statement to Newsmax:

    “I am deeply disturbed that supporters of Mitt Romney are claiming that Newt Gingrich is not a true Reaganite and are even claiming that Newt was a strong critic of my father.

    “Recently I endorsed Newt Gingrich for president because I believe that Newt is the only Republican candidate who has both consistently backed the conservative policies that my father championed and the only Republican that will continue to implement his vision.

    “It surprises me that Mitt Romney and his supporters would raise this issue — when Mitt by his own admission voted for Jimmy Carter and Walter Mondale who opposed my father, and later supported liberal Democrat Paul Tsongas for president.

    “As governor of Massachusetts, Romney’s achievement was the most socialistic healthcare plan in the nation up until that time.

    “Say what you want about Newt Gingrich but when he was speaker of the House he surrounded himself with Reagan conservatives and implemented a Ronald Reagan program of low taxes and restrained federal spending.

    “Newt’s conservative program created a huge economic boom and balanced the budget for the first time in more than a generation.”

    Mike Reagan concluded: “I would take Newt Gingrich’s record any day over Mitt Romney’s.”

    And Nancy Reagan, Reagan’s wife, has stressed Gingrich’s close relationship with her late husband.

    read more @ link

  • http://www.grandoldpartisan.com Michael Zak

    It would be a mistake to take George Soros at his word. Soros is perfectly capable of being duplicitous in order to protect Obama.

  • Patty

    It is disingenuous to believe a word Soros says. He is the biggest reason Obama was elected and Obama takes his orders from the guy.

    Romney has some problems and it was evident last go round. Gingrich or Santorum would be so much better than Romney. We all know it now someone tell Florida.

  • Sasja

    Patty, Nancy Reagan was known for her complete love and devotion to President Reagan. It is said that when she learned of anyone attacking her husband, that person was gone. If that is true, there is no way on earth she would have even been at that event and said what she did about Ronnie handing the torch to Newt. It just would not have happened.

  • http://astuteblogger.blogspot.com/ reliapundit

    1 – SOROS WANTS OBAMA AND WHAT BETTER WAY TO ENSURE THAT THEN TO HELP NEWT GET THE NOMINATION BY SLANDERING MITT.

    2 – FROM VERUM SERUM: http://www.verumserum.com/?p=37290

    GINGRICH CALLED FOR OBAMACARE MANDATE IN MAY 2009, SAID OBAMACARE “HEALTHIER…MORE OPEN” PROCESS THAN HILLARYCARE

    Newt is a liar – and unreliable conservative.

    3 – BTW, IN 2009, HE WAS ALSO ENDORSING DEDE SCOZZAFAVA.

    BOTTOM-LINE: NEWT IS A SLEAZY LIAR AND AN UNRELIABLE CONSERVATIVE.

    DON’T BE DUPED.

  • bg

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    Ron Paul’s Soros Defense Plan

    Barney Frank defense-cuts ally Ron Paul has a “Soros defense plan”

    [Ron Paul proposed to put a bunch of Soros funded think tank experts in charge of dismantling the US military. Think about that for a moment. And then think about it again. Ron Paul supporters can see conspiracies in a glass of water, can they see anything wrong with this picture? Can they see anything wrong with having a man from a group that was investigated for its Communist ties in the driver’s seat on national defense?]

    posted about that several times, not that it will influence the race any,
    but “we the people” should know just how hypocritical the majority of
    our so called “representatives” are, and the depths of, if not their lies,
    their dirty little secrets..
    😡

    bit more here..

    ==

  • Spider

    AoSHQ has a good take on the state of the economy determining the election.

    If the economy tanks further, the Republican wins.

    If economy improves it gets interesting. American economy always improves after a recession, however the strength of this recovery is so enemic it doesn’t feel like a recovery – Republicans need to make clear Obama is to blame for the tepid growth, and they may be able to eek out a win.

    If Obama can somehow goose the economy into November, that may get him re-elected.

  • lol

    soros endorsing mitt just tilted my undecided vote in favor of newt!

  • jorgen

    So, for the socialists: Obama vs. Romney would be a win-win.
    Vote Newt!

  • Aaron Z.

    Can we all stop a minute than think about this?

    David Axelrod criticizes only Romney. Debbie Wasserman Schultz criticizes only Romney. Soros says he wants Romney to win. Pelosi keeps claiming that she’s going to illegally tell the world what she discovered about Newt’s ethics investigations, which she knows she can’t do but which rallies conservatives to Gingrich’s side. The DNC and the American Federation of State, Country, and Municipal Employees have spent millions on ads in Florida attacking only Romney.

    John Podesta attacks only Romney. Democrats have tried to tie Romney to Medicare fraud through Bain Capital, even though Romney was never charged with any wrongdoing. Democrats criticize Romney’s accounts in the Cayman Islands, even though they create no tax benefits for him.

    Ask yourself why the Democrats want so badly for Newt to be the nominee. There’s only one answer, and we all know what it is.

    The fact that the Democrats are pulling out all the stops to make Newt the nominee should give everybody pause.

  • bg

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    reliapundit #43 January 30, 2012 at 2:08 pm

    re: don’t be duped..

    perhaps it’s time you took your own advise..

    ==

  • Liz

    OK I’m thinking you might be a rube just for posting this. And Obama says he agrees with Ron Paul that there should be no income tax.

    Think, for once.

  • Liz

    Santorum supported the individual mandate in 200. No difference between him and Obama. Gingrich supported it in 2009. No difference, I guess. Be fair now.

  • Liz

    In 2004 I mean. Look where Soros puts his money to see what he believes in. Not what his mouth is spewing.

  • http://www.southernwolf.net S. Wolf

    reliapundit #43

    You’re an effin moron, there is not a fricking inch of daylight between Hussein bin Obama and Mitt Individual Mandate Romney.

  • Liz

    Soros understands something many don’t. If a man doesn’t live conservatively in his private life, he can be turned. If a man is a true conservative, a real family man……he is Soros’ enemy.

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    Besides some excellent sound bites, how is he your standard bearer?

    Seems to me his tenure as Speaker and the results should speak for themselves. He forced Clintoon into submitting a balanced budget, did his part to thwart the previous attempt at socialized medicine (remember the 1993 Clintoon health care plan?), and contributed to the breaking of the Democrats’ forty year stranglehold on the House.

    What have the others done?

  • bg

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    Aaron Z. #48 January 30, 2012 at 2:16 pm

    not sure that’s correct, but matters little at any rate, as the MSM is aiding
    and abetting Romney’s attack LIES on Newt Gingrich day in and day out..
    even after they’ve been “proved to be false accusations beyond the shadow
    of a doubt”.. the media pumps the samo smao LIES over the airwaves over
    & over & over again..

    so where is the need to attack Romney??

    they’ll take quick care of him if he’s the only one
    the RNC ‘elite establishment’ has left standing..

    btw, George Soros isn’t saying that for “we the people” benefit, his targeted
    audience are the ‘99% Obama voters’ who are angry with dear leader.. iow:
    a back up plan in case Obama loses, they have Romney.. the” lesser of two
    evils” choice v Newt Gingrich the best of any and all of the choices and then
    some..

    how stupid are we?? verily..

    ==

  • Multitude

    Let me try to defend Mr. Soros (this ought to be fun). As one who is relatively familiar with his thinking, having closely studied four of his works including his rather curious Alchemy of Finance, know a bit of his biography (including having a bit of a feel as to what it may mean to be a born native Esperanto speaker), and been curious at his efforts with Open Society, etc., I think we can understand our political candidates a bit better through a rather insightful observation shared by Soros.

    George is one who may be appropriately regarded to as amoral, opportunistic, somewhat showing occasional retributive post-anarchist inclinations, and yet seems to express a need to be seen as somehow still ethical. Whether this last aspect is done out of a sincere need to be an ethical being, to leave an ethical legacy, or is just a way of inking the waters to confuse the public, I have no insight here.

    But I do believe I have a relatively moderate understanding of his political and economic theories. He correctly understands that the global economic system is a fraud. It’s a scheme employed by privileged elites to further enrich themselves, at the definite expense of others. The way this particular game is constructed, there is no open paradigm. These elites collude to shift fiat currencies around to cover each other’s bets and lootings that go bad. They manipulate not only currencies, but entire nation states, in order to play their game. Eventually though, the game will implode.

    Soros learned how to expose their schemes and make a financial killing doing so. In fact, his run on the British Bank which had been manipulating currencies was something most tea partiers would stand up and cheer. Unfortunately, Soros has aligned himself with progressives, which causes most libertarians and tea partiers great difficulty.

    In Soros’s writings, his experience at a young age, which has been reinforced throughout his life experience, has been that humankind is incapable of self rule. It requires a yoke, a master. This is not an unreasonable perspective; many theorists understand this and constantly complain that quite a few political and economic systems would work great if it wasn’t for the lazy, the ignorant, the stupid and the dishonest.

    Coming into 2012, Soros is probably aware that the inevitable global implosion he’s helped accelerate may go too fast (it will), and rather than create opportunities for progressive intervention at the nation-state level (as Soros, Obama and other progressives have been attempting to do with Egypt, Tunisia, etc.), it will ignite the whole system at once probably in 2014 at the latest. Most political theorists understand that the inevitable outcome is not progressive reform, but totalitarianism. He’s seeing the warning signs already.

    Romney and Obama give the elites stability; Soros, who seems to see himself as a progressive, understand both will cram down controls over a middle class that will soon ignite into open rebellion as soon as the cat’s out of the bag on the extent of the scam the elites and the government have perpetrated. Romney and Obama are about control, as both have been groomed to be servants who follow the direction of the powerful elites. Romney’s not Soros’ choice as he comes from a different faction of elites (more domestic US aligned), but between USA-favored control and a total lack of control with a rogue like Gingrich, Soros will take control of any form, any day.

    He may be right; Gingrich may let it all go crazy just as it all went to hell when Gorbachev couldn’t keep a cap on everything and crazy Yeltsin came into power. (It’s interesting to think of Newt and Yeltsin in the same context). Soros may also be right that the American middle class has lost its right to avoid serfdom; it probably did given the Boomers filling up at the feeding trough these past decades. Actions have consequences.

    So keep it in mind when you vote: Romney may bring slavery, but also ensure stability and order. Newt may avoid that controlled tyranny but may also allow all hell to break loose, or perhaps, lead to an oligarchy much like Russia got following its implosion.

  • bg

    ++

    re: #56 January 30, 2012 at 2:33 pm bg

    like he said.. the only difference between
    the two is people they bring with them..

    ergo..

    maybe a better way to look at it is as a subliminal message back up plan
    created to persuade the targeted audience to vote for Obama v Romney
    (if the nominee) , since there’s little difference, why switch allegiance mid
    stream, stick with the devil you know.. hence, keep the enemy at bay..

    ==

  • bg

    ++

    Multitude #57 January 30, 2012 at 2:33 pm

    drinking the koolaid we much??

    better yet, perhaps you’re just posing as
    Multitude, heh, wouldn’t be the first time..

    ==

  • Aaron Z.

    so where is the need to attack Romney??

    You missed my point. The point is, the Democrats are doing nothing but attacking Romney or claiming–like the despised Soros–that they kinda like him, in order for people to do exactly what LOL did in post 46 and say, “Well, if Soros likes Mitt, then that settles it! I’m voting for Newt!”

    Gingrich’s PAC, the DNC, and AFSCME are running nearly identical ads in Florida. I asked why would the Democrats want Newt to be the nominee?

    Newt’s supporters don’t want to hear the only answer there is, that the Dems think they can beat Newt.

    You may disagree, but we’re talking about what the Dems think. They’re also putting their money where their mouths are by spending millions on ads attacking Romney, not Newt.

  • valerie

    #57 January 30, 2012 at 2:33 pm
    Multitude commented:

    I was with you all the way to the last paragraph.

    I think that Romney is backed by would-be oligarchs, or at least those that want another shot at the trough. Newt doesn’t have that kind of backing, but if he fails while in office they could emerge.

    As for Romney, I am sure he is not happy to receive this “endorsement,” I don’t think it matters one way or the other. George Soros is a creature of money. He plans on making money, regardless of which person or party is in office. He believes he can do that, so he really does not care.

    That does beg the question of what would happen if somebody were elected that demanded more rational government. In that case, he may still be set. Too bad nobody is asking. It might have been instructive.

  • Toddski

    REVERSE PSYCHOLOGY FROM THE MARXIST…..DO YOU REALLY THINK SOROS WOULD TELL YOU WHO HE WANTS TO WIN, YOU IDIOTS……..WAKE THE FREAK UP !

  • Skinner

    #55

    Blacques…

    The VOTERS gave Newt the Speaker position – and he squandered that goodwill and was tossed out – that’s how he governs.

    Obama will only lose is enogh voters are angry with him, and those angry voters out number the welfare queens and kings that will be voting.

    Obama, as President, controls TWO TRILLION DOLLARS OF ENTITLEMENT SPENDING.

    That is delivered to 70 million welfare Americans.

    And he has ONE BILLION DOLLARS to tell them all about it…

    Watch and see the EPIC Get Out The Vote campaign from this expert COMMUNITY ORGANIZER and his handlers.

    It will be an uphill battle to unseat this bastard.

    He only loses if angry voters outnumber the welfare clowns and the even keeled voters that love the guy.

    I am becoming convinced that it will take SIX YEARS OF OBAMA to have a majority of distaste for this guy – more unemployed, higher taxed, two years into Obamacare, no savings, no work, no future folks that have not mentally succumbed to the welfare mindset.

    It’s out of my hands – I will vote against him, I just hope I am in the majority…

    Or perhaps by then Americans like being taken care of and we are all down with Socialism.

    .

  • http://www.southernwolf.net S. Wolf

    Multitude #57

    re Romney may bring slavery, but also ensure stability and order

    No thanks. I will take liberty even chaos over slavery and enforced stability any day. Better no law than cruel law.

  • Sasja

    I think they have that “stability and order” in N Korea. How’s that working out for its people?
    I have to go along with S Wolf. Liberty, even with chaos, is better than slavery.

  • Gus

    Why do I care what George Soros, or whatever his real name thinks. If George Soros died of a massive stroke at this very moment, the world would be a better place.

    God rest his Soul.

  • http://www.southernwolf.net S. Wolf

    re #64

    ‘THE FROGS were living as happy as could be in a marshy swamp that just suited them; they went splashing about caring for nobody and nobody troubling with them. But some of them thought that this was not right, that they should have a king and a proper constitution, so they determined to send up a petition to Jove to give them what they wanted. “Mighty Jove,” they cried, “send unto us a king that will rule over us and keep us in order.” Jove laughed at their croaking, and threw down into the swamp a huge Log, which came down—kerplash—into the swamp. The Frogs were frightened out of their lives by the commotion made in their midst, and all rushed to the bank to look at the horrible monster; but after a time, seeing that it did not move, one or two of the boldest of them ventured out towards the Log, and even dared to touch it; still it did not move. Then the greatest hero of the Frogs jumped upon the Log and commenced dancing up and down upon it, thereupon all the Frogs came and did the same; and for some time the Frygs went about their business every day without taking the slightest notice of their new King Log lying in their midst. But this did not suit them, so they sent another petition to Jove, and said to him, “We want a real king; one that will really rule over us.” Now this made Jove angry, so he sent among them a big Stork that soon set to work gobbling them all up. Then the Frogs repented when too late.
    BETTER NO RULE THAN CRUEL RULE.”’

  • Bozo the Clone

    Soros is being duplicitous (big surprise there).

    There is a single HUGE difference between Romney and Obama:

    Romney being President would cause the economy to surge, while Obama getting re-elected will result in an anemic recovery at best, and possibly an economic collapse.

    Whatever Romney’s flaws, one of them won’t be to deliberately sabotage the economy. You could install a baboon in an Armani suit as President, and if that baboon didn’t get in the way like Obama is, there would be a boom economy in relatively short order. Unleashing the energy sector alone will do most of the job of a major economic recovery. Romney’s all for it; Obama is actually and deliberately against it, and is lying about a committment to gas and oil exploitation.

  • bg

    ++

    Aaron Z. #60 January 30, 2012 at 2:56 pm

    January 30, 2012

    Romney Forces Dominate Florida Airwaves

    [A pro-Mitt Romney ad, which was placed on the Florida television airwaves
    by a group called Restore Our Future, fiercely attacks former House Speaker
    Newt Gingrich.

    Gingrich is assailed in the ad for having “a ton of baggage” in the form of
    ethics violations and for having received consulting payments from Freddie
    Mac. Another ad from the same group rebukes him for supposedly making
    mention of Ronald Reagan’s name too frequently and without merit.

    A stream of negative attack ads costing tens of millions of dollars have
    flooded Florida’s airwaves, and the vast majority of the commercials are
    being financed by a Super PAC that is seeking to lower the poll numbers
    of the former House Speaker.
    ]

    albeit in somewhat more detail.. that is about
    all i have been hearing for several days now..

    ergo, we will have to agree to disagree..

    ==

  • bg
  • Bonanza driver

    Last I checked Romney is a bona fide citizen…Not a quasi-citizen who was “maybe” born in Hawaii but who was the son of a foreign citizen raised in a foreign land. We know where Romney was in life, we don’t have his transcripts but we know he was BYU valedictorian and that he was among a few selected for a double major Business and Law at Harvard. We know he was a successful businessman, he has a resume in the private sector. We know he did not spend years as a street agitator, I mean community organizer. We know that he did not spend a decade voting present as a legislator at the state level, he’s not a career politician. We know he supports free enterprise, not government controlled economies as Hussein believes. The differences could not be more clear…Romney is a Republican of the old school. No, he’s not Reagan but he’s not a closet marxist which is what we have now…

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    The VOTERS gave Newt the Speaker position – and he squandered that goodwill and was tossed out – that’s how he governs.

    Wrong on both counts. First off, it’s not the voters that decide who becomes the Speaker of the House, it’s the House representatives themselves.

    And the loss that was suffered in the ’98 midterms? Five seats in the House. Gingrich resigned even after winning another term in his district. He wasn’t “tossed”.

    Oh, and guess who was part of the effort to force him out in ’97? John Boehner.

  • bg

    ++

    Multitude #57 January 30, 2012 at 2:33 pm

    re: oligarchy

    “a tryanny of the elite”

    more here..

    ==

  • Gary

    BG 28

    re: Rush Limbaugh

    [… Gingrich was only found guilty of one ethics
    violation out of 84 that the Democrats brought.]

    So quick math question. Was Gingrich found guilty of any ethics violations?
    Man when you become an apologist for somebody you just don’t hold back, do you?

  • bg

    ++

    #72 January 30, 2012 at 4:02 pm
    Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    Amen!!

    December 07, 2011

    Newt Was Found Innocent Nearly 13 Years
    Ago – Networks Have Yet To Report It

    December 08, 2011

    Anderson Cooper Buries Gingrich’s Vindication
    of Charges by IRS at End of Critical Story

    December 20, 2011

    Thomas Sowell

    [While the televised debates are what gave Newt Gingrich’s candidacy
    a big boost, concrete accomplishments when in office are the real test.
    Gingrich engineered the first Republican takeover of the House of
    Representatives in 40 years — followed by the first balanced budget
    in 40 years.
    The media called it “the Clinton surplus” but all spending
    bills start in the House of Representatives, and Gingrich was Speaker
    of the House.

    Speaker Gingrich​ also produced some long overdue welfare reforms,
    despite howls from liberals that the poor would be devastated. But
    nobody makes that claim any more.]

    January 18, 2012

    Newt-Goldwater 1976

    [Long before there was a mighty Republican machine running Georgia,
    there was a handful of brash conservatives plotting to lift their tiny,
    financially struggling party so they could end more than a century of
    Democratic dominance.

    Among the chief architects was Newt Gingrich, a West Georgia College
    assistant professor who ran for Congress three times in a blue-collar
    district – twice against an entrenched Talmadge Democratic incumbent
    – before finally winning.

    Gingrich, now a presidential hopeful, traveled West and North Georgia
    during the 1970s and ’80s, preaching the Republican gospel and arguing
    that the GOP had to choose between remaining a silent, permanent
    minority or aggressively taking the fight to Democrats.

    He chose confrontation and played the role of
    provocateur, unwilling to accept second place….

    U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston, R-Savannah, calls Gingrich an “indispensable early trailblazer” for Georgia Republicans. Kingston remembers his college days, when Gingrich came to the University of Georgia to recruit students to get involved in GOP politics.]

    Interview conducted Spring 2001

    Newt Gingrich

    [NEWT GINGRICH: It was personally painful in the sense that you hated to be demonized, but you have to make a decision early on: Are you in the business to achieve change, or are you in the business to be popular? I thought my job was to be the executor of the American people’s will on very specific things — balance the budget, cut taxes, reform welfare, strengthen defense, modernize the House of Representatives.]

    ==

  • bg

    ++

    Gary #74 January 30, 2012 at 4:12 pm

    i’m not the sharpest at math, however, your stupidity
    obviously hurts me more than it does you
    .. *sigh*

    ==

  • Gary

    On the point of Soros

    As so many have already said, Soros is for Soros. Who cares what he said. He has made his billions through misdirection, saying one thing publicly and doing another thing privately.
    In America, if you as a broker purchase a stock and then promote it to your clients so they buy into it and you sell for the profit, that’s illegal.
    Same thing if you short sell and try to steer the stock down. Illegal.

    Soros is just playing a stock manipulation game. We have no reason to believe he is either for or against Romney.

    What’s next? We go to the prison and find some pedophile who says he supports Gingrich and then ask Gingrich to explain it.

    Good grief. Objectivity.

  • Gary

    BG
    I’ll take that to mean you concede point that he was found guilty.

    By the way, if you wantt to own a website, it only costs about $5.00 a month.
    Why do you need to steal this one?

  • Gary

    BG has decided to live on this website day and night and try to browbeat anybody who disagrees with him/her.
    Most people who devote their entire lives to somebody else’s website do so at Facebook.
    BG does it here.

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  • Sasja

    Newt had to fight like the devil to get alot of the republicans to sign on to the Contract With America and the RINO’s, along with the dims, were bound and determined to get him out which they succeeded in doing.

    Money=power=control.

    There are very few on the rep side of the aisle who are true conservatives. Most of us have been napping and have now awakened to this fact. There is, nor was, any conservative movement in Congress until Newt and he was merclessly driven out.

    This is sort of OT

    On Bammycare v Rommycare. Rush read a column by Grace Marie Turner which appeared in the WSJ today. I have linked El Rushbo’s site because I no longer get the Journal. Not for any reason except it wasn’t in the budget this year,

    http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2012/01/30/santorum_was_right_about_romneycare

  • bg

    ++

    [#78 January 30, 2012 at 4:19 pm
    Gary commented:

    BG
    I’ll take that to mean you concede point that he was found guilty.

    By the way, if you wantt to own a website, it only costs about $5.00 a month.
    Why do you need to steal this one?
    #79 January 30, 2012 at 4:21 pm
    Gary commented:

    BG has decided to live on this website day and night and try to browbeat anybody who disagrees with him/her.
    Most people who devote their entire lives to somebody else’s website do so at Facebook.]

    Associated Press
    Sunday, October 11, 1998; Page A13

    Ethics Committee Drops Last of 84 Charges Against Gingrich

    1999 CNN Report On Newt Gingrich’s
    Exoneration By The IRS Over Ethics Charges

    you need help..

    ==

  • Gary

    And for BG
    another quick math lesson.

    80 posts on this thread so far.
    16 of them by BG

    That’s 20% of the posts on this thread all by one person. And it’s the same on thread after thread here at least since last summer.

    Can you say “hijack”?

  • Gary

    Oh yeah?

    Did they refund his 300K too ?

  • Gary

    Gingrich admitted guilt on the charge:

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/politics/govt/leadership/stories/011897.htm

    So now what BG? Is Newt a liar and an idiot too?

  • Gary

    And here’s another fine moment for “Newt ethics”

    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,258001,00.html

    Man BG, first Cain then Gingrich.

    You sure have a thing for men who cheat on their wives.

  • Gary

    I called it on Cain.
    I’m calling it on Newt. He won’t no matter how BG hijacks every thread and tries to browbeat everybody into not arguing back.

    It wasn’t that long ago BG was calling out Jim Hoft on every thread because of his/her perceived anti-Cain/pro-Perry bias.

    I guess now GP and BG are on the same candidate, so it’s okay for him/her to pound us all over the head with wife-cheating, ethics-violating, cap-and-trading, single-mandating, influence-peddling Newt.

    Won’t help though. He’s already fading fast in the polls.

    Can you say “double dip”?

    Let met get off this thread before I BG it for everybody.

  • Sasja

    Man, Gary sure has a thing against bg. Give it a rest.

  • bg

    ++

    ][#83 January 30, 2012 at 4:29 pm
    Gary commented:

    And for BG
    another quick math lesson.

    80 posts on this thread so far.
    16 of them by BG

    That’s 20% of the posts on this thread all by one person. And it’s
    the same on thread after thread here at least since last summer.

    Can you say “hijack”?
    #84 January 30, 2012 at 4:30 pm
    Gary commented:

    Oh yeah?

    Did they refund his 300K too ?]]

    use your EARS,

    God created them to enable us to HEAR/LISTEN..

    ==

  • bg

    ++

    Sasja #88 January 30, 2012 at 4:38 pm

    Gary is one of the usual suspects incognito, they not only hate
    the fact that i never change my id, but practice what i preach..

    you should have seen the flood of anti-bg trolls back in 2004… :roll:

    ==

  • bg

    ++

    re: #90 January 30, 2012 at 4:43 pm bg

    and 2008.. 😯

    ==

  • MassManny

    Romney does not respect the Constitution or parents’ rights in the moral education of their children. See E-books (amazon):
    “How ‘Gay Marriage’ Came to Massachusetts: Gov. Mitt Romney’s Failoure in a Constitutional Crisis”
    and
    “Romney vs. Family Values: His Administration’s Radical Homosexual Programs Targeting Children in Mass.”

  • Aaron Z.

    A stream of negative attack ads costing tens of millions of dollars have flooded Florida’s airwaves, and the vast majority of the commercials are being financed by a Super PAC that is seeking to lower the poll numbers of the former House Speaker.

    That doesn’t address the issue of why Democrats are paying for ads attacking Romney, and other Democrats are saying things clearly calculated to make conservatives support Gingrich.

  • Molon Labe

    #48

    Aaron were you on OJ’s jury?

  • Molon Labe

    Gary:

    The only thing you ever called for was Kool Aid.

  • Molon Labe

    #93

    Aaron:

    Exactly how do you know this. I have never heard ofg an dhimmierat ad you describe, I have seen too many dhimmie mobys pollute this blog.

    And Aaroin, I know trolls and mobys, and you are both.

  • Molon Labe

    #90

    BG Spot on. I have been here for years and Gary hasn’t posted here before. Nor has Aaron.

  • Jim W

    When we pay atttention to anything Soros says, we are hard up. Who knows the motive behind this blabber. If anyone thinks it’s for he good of the GOP, you are sadly mistaken. He has a dog in this hunt and it isn’t Romney. It has NO value.

  • Molon Labe

    Wow I haven’t seen so many lies and distortions and just plain disinformation since Craig and Retarded inflicted themselfs on us. But Gary seems to be one of those particularly ignorant and rabid trolls.

  • Molon Labe

    Romney is a Obama in whiteface. What a joke his supporters are, unless they are looking for a new Obama.

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  • Molon Labe

    #79

    Gary if anyone deserves to be beaten within an inch of his life its you. Seldom has any individual demonstrate such mendacity and aspired to outdo Walter Duranty as you have done.

    What did BG do steal your gerbil or burn your little Red book?

  • bg

    ++

    Aaron Z. #93 January 30, 2012 at 5:13 pm

    prove it, until then your opinions are equal to mine, oh
    wait.. i provided info to back up my opinion, go figure..

    anyways, at any rate, and whatever, got a link??

    thankyouverymuch.. :-)

    ==

  • billy sol

    kinda like there’s isn’t much difference between Vlad Putin, and Obama!

  • Mimi

    I agree:

    Obama=Ind Mandate, TARP, Climate Chg
    Romney=Ind Mandate, TARP, Climate Chg

  • Objective Analysis

    Both Obama and Romney are not NATURAL BORN CITIZENS under Article II, Section 1, Clause 5 of the U.S. Constitution. To be a Natural Born Citizen, you have to be born in one of the 50 states and 1 district of columbia AND born to two American Citizen parents.

    George Romney was born in a Mormon colony in Chihuahua, Mexico, to American citizen parents which bestowed American citizenship upon him (Jus sanguinis). Although a citizen, George Romney was never a “natural born” citizen.

    Obama was supposedly born in Hawaii to one U.S. Citizen parent and one Kenyan National Parent. Neither are Constitutional Eligible to be POTUS.

    That is why Soros and the Obama Media want these two because they want to erode the CONSTITUTIONAL REPUBLIC we have to make a NEW WORLD ORDER.

  • Aaron Z.

    Exactly how do you know this. I have never heard ofg an dhimmierat ad you describe, I have seen too many dhimmie mobys pollute this blog.

    And Aaroin, I know trolls and mobys, and you are both.

    Yes, yes. Of course. If I disagree, I must be a troll and a moby.

    http://tinyurl.com/7pek63y

    This is why it’s important to be informed. The Dems want you to support Gingrich. You have every right to support whomever you want, but you also ought to know that the Dems want you to support Gingrich. Which, apparently, you didn’t know.

    This information isn’t secret. I’ve been hearing for weeks about the DNC and AFSCME ads running against Romney. For some reason this is all news to you. Until people inform themselves, we’re never going get out of the mess we’re in.

  • Aaron Z.

    prove it, until then your opinions are equal to mine, oh
    wait.. i provided info to back up my opinion, go figure..

    You provided links to something that had nothing to do with the point I was making. Apparently you’re unable to do your own research, so here’s a link to the information that’s been out there for weeks:

    http://tinyurl.com/7pek63y

    The Dems are buying ads attacking Romney. That’s a fact. Pelosi is trying to make conservatives rally to Gingrich by claiming she’s going to engage in illegal activity to “expose” him. Soros has given a de facto endorsement of Romney, knowing full well that such an endorsement will make some conservative voters automatically support Gingrich.

    This is all totally transparent. Just because you can’t perceive it doesn’t mean it’s not happening.

  • bg

    ++

    Aaron Z. #108 January 30, 2012 at 7:59 pm

    like i said, we’ll have to agree to disagree, as you hop from one thing
    to another, had enough of the bait & switch until the original point of
    departure gets lost in the shuffle game..

    so do carry on, but you’re going to have to do it w/out ad-libbing spins
    and twists off of my responses, hence, leading us both to nowhere but
    Wasting Time..

    ==

  • Ausonius

    I think dealing with the zealot Newt supporters is almost as bad as dealing with the Paul supporters was a few weeks ago, no facts will interfere with the support.

    If you cannot see through this supposed Soros statement, then you prove my first point.

    I say Newt cannot win a general election. I stand by that and will take my hits if I am wrong (but I doubt I will be).

    Liz #51
    You are utterly incorrect. The story from last week has been demonstrated to be clearly wrong. Here are two sources that will demonstrate that RICK SANTORUM DID NOT support the individual mandate, not in 1994 and never since. In fact, he strongly opposed it. It was some news reporter’s statement, not quoting anyone. There are at least two sources, one was a C-SPAN debate in 1994, the other was a position paper he filled out to a college during that campaign (the were easy enough to find on google). Even Rush made the point today that the story was wrong, and the Rick is the only one in the election (I don’t know if he was counting Paul) who hasn’t supported the idea. Newt was still supporting it in May of 2011 (Meet the Press).

    For all of the complaining about Mitt’s antics, I wonder what they will expect in a general election against barry’s billion dollar ad campaign.

    I don’t like the negative campaigning either when it promotes lies and distortions.

  • bg

    ++

    re: #109 January 30, 2012 at 8:20 pm bg

    re: Aaron Z. #108 January 30, 2012 at 7:59 pm

    fyi: Obama & DNC ads do not = Newt attack ads against
    Mitt.. of which i posted testament to quite the opposite..

    ==

  • Ausonius

    #105 MIMI:
    I would simply add:

    NEWT=Individual mandate, TARP, and Man-made global warming advocate

    It would seem all 3, Obama, Mitt, and Newt have these obviously conservative issues in common.

  • bg

    ++

    Ausonius #110 January 30, 2012 at 8:24 pm

    opinions facts do not make, however.. i’ve a tendency to back mine up
    with facts.. whereas the zealous anti-Gingrich zealots proffer didly but
    for personal attacks against posters to back up theirs, go figure.. :roll:

    ==

  • bg

    ++

    re: [the man-made global watming advocate]

    aah, so you went there again..
    what’s that now, your 86th try??

    ROTF 😆 MBO!!

    bit more here that a third grader could understand here, good luck..

    ==

  • bg

    ++

    re: #114 January 30, 2012 at 8:38 pm bg

    should read:

    Ausonius #110 January 30, 2012 at 8:24 pm

    re: [the man-made global warming advocate]

    aah, so you went there again..
    what’s that now, your 86th try??

    ROTF 😆 MBO!!

    bit more here that a third grader could understand, good luck..

    ==

  • Ausonius

    bg: and here you go again, he supported all of those and you know it, or you are in denial. Specifically, I did have you in mind. I’ve provided sources on all of these, with the references like the Meet the Press interview on May 15, 2011 in which Newt states his support for the individual mandate (a continued support dating at least to 1993). As to the global warming, perhaps it wouldn’t be too much trouble for you to google Newt and Nancy commercial and I’m sure it would take you to an abundance of sights that have archived that.

    When you have no argument, you accuse me of opinion. The FACTS don’t back your side of the argument up though. If you want to say that was something he made a mistake on, I’ld agree, but it doesn’t change the fact that on such a big issue, he was wrong, and that was what, 4 years ago? And do I need to point out that the commercial was calling on action to combat it. Pray tell, what besides an uber-sized power grab was he and queen pelosi calling for?

    I shouldn’t have to offer more, since your sole response is to simply deny that I back mine up with facts, though a 6 year old can probably look up the sources easy enough.

    I know, it is hard to defend your choice of candidate when the facts do not support it. I’ll be kind, both to you and to me fingers, and not continue to list the many other issues with Newt, that can all be backed up as well. And I’m sure there will be more to come, no doubt.

    RICK 2012

  • Molon Labe

    #112

    Are you talking about Newt or Romney?

    Romney is a very, very bad joke. Anyone who says Newt supported some plan had better be able to show that their candidate can’t be tarred with the same brush. Unfortunately Romney has been both sides of every argument. He is unelectable.

  • bg

    ++

    Ausonius #116 January 30, 2012 at 9:01 pm

    Newt & Nancy??

    oh please.. i was posting that video many moons ago, as well as quite
    recently, also why i used to DETEST him, but that was long before i did
    my homework.. aah, so much Time Wasted..

    oh btw..

    the Earth has experienced too numerous to count climate changes, most common narrowed down to GLOBAL WARMING & GLOBAL COOLING since the supposed BIG BANG, go figure..

    that there is global warming is not so much in dispute as to what is causing it.. and while man does not cause global warming, man is responsible for polluting the planet..

    ==

  • bg

    ++

    Ausonius #116 January 30, 2012 at 9:01 pm

    January 23, 2012

    Gingrich’s Freddie Mac records released

    [“As noted under the scope of work section on Page 14, the contract was solely for consulting purposes and not lobbying,” Nancy Desmond, chairwoman and CEO of the Gingrich Group, said in a statement.]

    gee, i wonder why haven’t we heard anything??

    surely if he did something so profoundly evil, it would be spread across
    every journOlist front page and leaking through their clenched lips..not
    to mention what Romney would do with it.. /s/

    ==

  • bg

    ++

    Ausonius #116 January 30, 2012 at 9:01 pm

    i also know about the mandate charge, posted
    my own videos about it several times as well..

    thing is, it’s also presented in snippets ala the proved
    to be ‘fake but accurate’ Newt bashed Reagan tape..

    also not making headlines, so who knows for certain??

    oh well, like i always say, the truth always reveals itself, always..

    there is a God & we are the people, Amen..

    ==

  • AuntieMadder

    #79 January 30, 2012 at 4:21 pm
    Gary commented: “BG has decided to live on this website day and night and try to browbeat anybody who disagrees with him/her.
    Most people who devote their entire lives to somebody else’s website do so at Facebook.
    BG does it here.”

    So? What’s it to you? If the content and quantity of bg’s comment posting bother you so much, I hear it only costs $5.00/month to own a website. Perhaps you should look into it. Then you could promote yourself from unofficial and unauthorized moderator to authorized, official moderator. It’s something to think about.

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  • BlackBush

    No news here. Yes they are both progressives.

  • Thomas Weaver

    George who? For whatever reason, O’Reilly is fascinated by George and Lady Ga Ga. Why? And, for what reason I cannot fathom – but every slow news day O’Reilly reaches out and has a blurb about them on the show.