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Here is an item for the consideration of genuine conservatives and also those potential voters out there who are not enamored of any of the candidates, republican or democrat.

I have seen Mr. Romney portrayed as an astute and able businessman, conversant with the business world and better able to create jobs than any of the other candidates. Mr. Romney himself is especially vocal about these “qualities” and “talents” of his.

Now I have read a few pieces about the man, especially his association with the Bain Corporation. For those of you who have no knowledge of the working lexicon of the business world I will share what little I have and now looks like a good time for it.

A genuine businessman or woman builds a business. With talent,  good ideas, good ethics and good people skills. They either do this from the ground up, as in starting a business, or they take over from a retiring family member or fellow board person. In the latter case, other members of the board elect them to their position of leadership because they have shown abilities that will help the business to grow.

Then there are the “sharks” of the business world. They keep their eyes open for businesses that are not failing, bankrupt or in otherwise bad shape but are good, viable, going concerns that may have a vulnerability somewhere in their stock management that will allow what good business people all recognize as a “hostile takeover.” That means the new owners are not interested in running the business as is but are looking to sell off any liquifiable assets, fire a good portion of the people and make an instant cash killing in a short time. These particular types of sharks are known as “Corporate Raiders.”

Now, go back and reread some of the articles concerning Mr. Romney’s talents as used by the Bain Corporation. Mr. Wannabe President Romney is the textbook definition of the Corporate Raider. Do some research, it won’t hurt you. See if you can find out how many of the businesses Bain “restructured” were going bankrupt. You can’t make a large cash killing off of a bankrupt concern, creditors have first claim to all the assets. These predators of the business world only kill off the healthy.

How would you like him for President?

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“Perception is reality.” I came across this asinine statement in an article I read the other day and thought I would share it with you. It gives us a clear and focused look into the non-mind of many people passing for mature adults today. This is not so much a statement as it is wishful thinking on the part of those who feel they are in control of our media. And it is dangerous to let these self involved imbeciles feel comfortable with it. I guess they never heard the old adage about the man convinced against his will.

Perception as reality is, of course, blatantly untrue. Reality is reality. It does not depend on the individuals refusal to recognize or admit it. But the premise  does do this–it makes liberal left adherents in the media feel very comfortable about the lies they tell. What we really need right now are some newspaper and online articles  challenging the totally untrue notion that Mitt Romney, a practising closet case supposedly from Massachusetts, is the “number one choice of conservatives”  based on polls. What these degenerates do is go to their local gay bars and ask three denizens thereof who they want for president and then print the answers in bold black type as the latest political “news” from the conservative party.

Really People, these idiots mean seriously to foist a homosexual off on to us in the name of Republican Conservatism. They see the way the country is trending against them and they really feel that by posting enough lies about their pet RINO CINO in the papers and online news services that they will get their own twisted way with the majority of us.

Personally, I am going to back Mr. Gingrich. The leftist liberal element is portraying him as “stumbling”, “struggling”, yaddah yaddah yaddah. They have planted people on his campaign staff–witness the recent trouble he’s had with his scheduling. They bill him as a long-term insider in D. C. politics as if this were a bad thing. Right now, it is not. In order to deal with the threat these degenerates pose we will need someone who knows the ropes. These people are extremely aggressive, organized, and have a huge amount of PR savvy at their disposal.

Keep your eyes on how they portray Mr. Gingrich in the press. Of all the candidates in the field right now, he is the one they fear most. They will attempt to portray him as incapable of winning against Obama. Mostly, because they don’t want him to win.

Think about that.

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