Wednesday, August 08, 2007

FLIP FLOP MITT EXPLAINS HOW RIDING AROUND IOWA IN A KEWL RV IS PRETTY MUCH LIKE DRIVING A TANK AROUND IRAQ

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There may not be many IEDs but Josh Romney is workin' hard for... his rich pappy

Do you sometimes feel politicians take you for an idiot? If you don't, you are. Let's look at Mr. Empty Suit Politician himself, Flip Flop Mitt Romney, the man who would be president who stands for absolutely nothing at all. As we've mentioned before, Mormon Mitt and his flock have all managed to evade serving in the military-- and are very touchy and aggressive when anyone wants to know why. They never say that military service is for poor people not for multimillionaire Mormons like themselves, but that's what they mean.
Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney on Wednesday defended his five sons' decision not to enlist in the military, saying they're showing their support for the country by "helping me get elected."

Romney, who did not serve in Vietnam due to his Mormon missionary work and a high draft lottery number, was posed the question by an anti-war activist after a speech in which he called for "a surge of support" for U.S. forces in Iraq.

..."The good news is that we have a volunteer Army and that's the way we're going to keep it," Romney told some 200 people gathered in an abbey near the Mississippi River that had been converted into a hotel. "My sons are all adults and they've made decisions about their careers and they've chosen not to serve in the military and active duty and I respect their decision in that regard."

He added: "One of the ways my sons are showing support for our nation is helping me get elected because they think I'd be a great president."

Romney's five sons range in age from 37 to 26 and have worked as real estate developers, sports marketers and advertising executives.

Flip Flop Mitt seemed to equate one of his son's RV tour of Iowa with a tour of duty in Iraq. "I respect that and respect all those and the way they serve this great country." The crowd did not boo him or stone him or lynch him. They were very polite. The woman who asked the question though, when contacted by a journalist mentioned her brother is an Army major who had served in Iraq and wasn't impressed by Romney's slick, disingenyous answer.
"He told me the way his son shows support for our military and our nation is to buy a Winnebago and ride across Iowa and help him get elected."

Did I mention that Flip Flop Mitt and all the little flip flop sons are all gung ho about wars of occupation in Iraq-- just as long as its other peoples' kids fighting in them?

You can also show support for the nation by rolling sod and landscaping in a gated community.

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1 Comments:

At 4:31 AM, Blogger Ken said...

Better keep that RV off Minnesota bridges, or it'll be just like a roadside bomb blast in Iraq.

 

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