Skip to comments.PROOF: Mitt Romney Is As Liberal As OBAMA!!! (Oct 23, 2011)
Posted on 04/18/2012 9:55:16 AM PDT by SoConPubbie
Romney backs Obama on abortion, the stimulus, TARP, war time tables, gun control laws, amnesty for illegals, government mandated healthcare.
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|"If we must have an enemy at the head of Government, let it be one whom we can oppose, and for whom we are not responsible, who will not involve our party in the disgrace of his foolish and bad measures." - Alexander Hamilton|
|"We don't intend to turn the Republican Party over to the traitors in the battle just ended. We will have no more of those candidates who are pledged to the same goals as our opposition and who seek our support. Turning the Party over to the so-called moderates wouldnt make any sense at all." -- President Ronald Reagan|
|"A thing moderately good is not so good as it ought to be. Moderation in temper is always a virtue; but moderation in principle is always a vice." - Thomas Paine 1792|
Vote for Obama or Stay Home and things will get better!
“Vote for Obama or Stay Home and things will get better!”
You got it! We’ll resist by voting Obama!!!
Romney = Obama???
That’s like saying pepperoni pizza and chicken-pineapple pizza are pretty much the same thing.
I suspect they rated Romney on what he says (when pandering for the nomination) and NOT what he actually has done when he exercised power.
If you believe he is a far right conservative, I have swamp land you might be interested in buying for your retirement home.
That settles it then Obama - four more years. You sir must want to see the USA go down.
I am very close to leaving for good. (Literally)
I think the two are indistinquishable based on Romney’s record.
Obama will be stopped by Congress. He has already lost their respect as evidenced by Obama not getting a single vote for his budget.
Romney however will have a clear pass by both democrats and establishment republicans.
Romney is a liberal’s best dream. What better plan than to have your opponents leader implement the pro-sodomy, pro-abortion, pro-socialist policies that you wanted implemented.
Yes, Mitt Romney is a liberal, no doubt about that whatsoever.
Barack Hussein Obama is a red communist.
By owning both parties, the establishment cannot lose. Romney and Obama are two sides of the same coin. Like it or not, we will have either Theocratic Communism, or we will have Fascistic Communism.God have mercy!
Oh my gosh you’ve convinced me! Your endless, repetitive posts about how much you hate Mitt Romney have persuaded me to vote for Obama in November. Giving the Muslim Marxist tyrant 4 more years to completely destroy the country will really show those Republican elites! That’ll show ‘em! Yeah, I’m an Obama voter now because Mitt Romney isn’t the perfect conservative candidtate that I dreamed about. I’m proud to join the ranks of malcontent cranks who cant accept reality and vote for the guy we have (not the guy we wish we had) because he’s better than the Muslim Marxist alternative.
Uh...it doesn't show him as a "far right" conservative.
I suspect that you & SoCon have your minds made up - and nothing will penetrate the anti-Romney wall you've erected.
And so it is for you - and oftentimes me - that my tagline exists...
so, are you saying that your socialist is better than their socialist?????? socialist is as socialist does.... baby killers are baby killers.... attacks on the second amendment are attacks on the second amendment... gay marriage advocate is gay marriage advocate..
socialism is the enemy of the country, enemy of the people, enemy of the constitution, and MY enemy.
I will not lend my name in any way shape or form to the progression of socialism.. Period..
How true how true.
Oh you’re right! Thats why voting for Obama makes so much sense. I have to teach those darn Republican elitists that if they aren’t going to nominate the perfect conservative candidate, I will vote for the Marxist to teach them a lesson. Or stay home and not vote, which is just as good as a vote for the Marxist. Your logic is flawless. Being a petulant whiner is absolutely the way to teach those darn elites to do the right thing.
A few of highlights from Romneys record showing just how unfriendly he has been over the years to the ideas the tea party holds dear (links and details further below):
Romney distanced himself from Reagan and Reagans policies
Romney didnt like the Contract with America
Romney led the fight for and implemented health care reform almost identical to ObamaCare
Romney called his beta version of ObamaCare a model for the nation
Romney defended the individual mandate, saying, I like mandates. The mandates work.
Romney supports cap-and-trade on a global basis
Romney worked to regulate greenhouse gas emissions in Massachusetts
Romney got Massachusetts involved in a regional climate change pact
Romney supports ethanol subsidies
Romney wants to increase spending substantially on energy research
Romney opposes the Flat Tax
Romney refused to support the 2003 Bush tax cuts
Romneys claim to not have raised taxes is called mostly myth by Cato Institute
Romney thought Obamas stimulus would accelerate the timing of the start of the recovery
Romney supports TARP
Romney says theres nothing wrong with companies asking for bailouts
Romney supports No Child Left Behind
Romney supports reappointing Ben Bernanke to chairman of the Federal Reserve
Independent? OntheIssues.org is based in Massachusetts. Could be wrong, but I bet it is linked heavily to Romney.
Anyway, an analysis that wrong certainly calls their credibility into question.
More Mitt, More Problems
Romney supports federal involvement in education, long held by constitutional conservatives as a state prerogative, offering his support for the Bush-Kennedy No Child Left Behind law. In a 2008 debate, Romney stated, I supported No Child Left Behind, still do.
Romney ran on raising the minimum wage and putting in place automatic increases by indexing it to inflation.
Romney signed in to law a smoking ban.
Romney thinks its OK for companies to ask for bailouts, stating in a New York Times op-ed about the auto bailout, It is not wrong to ask for government help, but the automakers should come up with a win-win proposition
In April 2009, Romney told The Hill newspaper that: We as Republicans misspeak when we say we dont like regulation. We like modern, up-to-date dynamic regulation that is regularly reviewed, streamlined, modernized and effective.
On Neal Cavuto on January 28 2010, Romney supported the reappointment of Ben Bernanke to chairman of the Federal Reserve.
Romney distanced himself from Reagan. During his Senate debate with Ted Kennedy, Romney made it clear he was not a fan of Ronald Reagan. Kennedy said to Romney, Under your economic program, under the program of Mr. Reagan to which Romney responded, I was an independent during the time of Reagan-Bush. Im not trying to return to Reagan-Bush.
Romney didnt like the Contract with America, saying it is not a good idea to go into a contract like what was organized by the Republican party in Washington laying out a whole series of things which the party said these are the things we are gonna do. I think that’s a mistake.