Tag Archives: Mitt Romney

Mittens ‘R’ Us

  I wrote a letter to the editor of the local newspaper expressing my surprise that they haven’t connected the bankruptcy of Toys ‘R’ Us with Mitt Romney, the man who’s poised to become our next senator. Mittens, as I like to … Continue reading

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A state turns its lonely eyes to Mittens

  Mittens wants to be our Senator. Not only that but he’s convinced that we share his enthusiasm. We don’t. However, Mittens does offer a useful representation of our feral elite. Romney is the sort of centrist politician that stands for … Continue reading

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Washington Generals (Part 2)

  How can the Democratic Party effectively oppose Trump and get back into power after they’ve lost over a thousand seats nation-wide since 2008? Oh, I know. Maybe former Vice-President Joe Biden, a Democrat, can show up at a swanky Deer … Continue reading

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Mittens

Mitt Romney is deeply upset with the lack of civility by Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump, and is threatening another run for president if things don’t improve. “Romney himself has become one of Trump’s most vocal detractors inside the party. … Continue reading

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“Corporations are people, my friend,”

Political/economy is who gets what, and who pays the price. We forget this adage at our own peril. The wealthy and the corporations they own have captured our government and are imposing on us the policies that benefit them. Contrary … Continue reading

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The Takers

A People’s History of the United States, by historian Howard Zinn enrages conservatives. For good reason, the controversial retelling of American history depicts an early republic founded on genocide. Former Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels, now President of Purdue University, reflects the sentiment … Continue reading

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The Empire Strikes Back–Continued…

The recent election was quite illuminating in understanding neo-feudalism. There’s always been a tension inherent in the vision of America democracy.   On one hand are the Jeffersonians who see democracy as the natural trajectory. On the other hand, are the … Continue reading

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