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

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

Hat Top Greg

Get news like this in your Facebook News Feed,
Gateway Pundit

Facebook Comments

Disqus Comments

  • 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


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


  • bg


    “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 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.

  • Pingback: Why I Don’t Want Romney « For What It's Worth . . .()

  • 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


    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.

  • bg


    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.”