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Liberty Ballad, 2012

Or, Showdown at Voter’s Booth (to the tune of Liberty Valance) When Willard Mitt Romney rides to town, the womenfolk will hide, they’ll hide When Willard Mitt Romney walks around, some menfolk will abide ’cause the almighty buck is the only law, that Willard’s understood When he’s lootin’ companies straight ‘n fast–he is mighty good. … Continue reading

Its the dishonesty, stupid!
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Its the dishonesty, stupid!

Mitt is totally independent. He was born himself; nursed himself, and never inherited a thing. Not even his genes. Maybe his jeans, that’s all. He actually built himself; out of ear wax and army surplus digital parts. Only thing missing is a heart, and a clear connection from his tongue to his brain. But hey, … Continue reading

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Bill Clinton’s DNC speech triggers revisit of “insanity”; Romney believes.

Comments Thursday night by Pres. Bill Clinton in Charlotte, N.C. have triggered a search for a new definition of insanity. Political insanity at least. Indeed, multiple definitions are emerging. Comments made by Pres. Clinton have crystallized the basis for a new definition. To paraphrase Pres. Clinton, he basically said, Pres. George W. Bush and the … Continue reading

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After the RNC in Tampa, only a single set of footprints remains

The Republicans wrapped up their convention in Tampa last Thursday. It was an impressively successful exercise in alternate reality. Indeed, it often seemed like “Alice in Wonderland.” Let me explain. The beautiful Ann Romney as Alice; Clint Eastwood as an Albert Einstein-inspired Mad Hatter; former Massachusetts governor and GOP nominee Mitt Romney, with his incessantly … Continue reading