Sunday Dumbfuckery: Romney Would Win Popular Vote In Rematch Against Obama: CNN Poll. Yeah, When Snowballs Exist In Hell.


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Romney would win popular vote in rematch against Obama: CNN poll

 

By Jessica Chasmar The Washington Times

Former presidential nominee Mitt Romney would win the popular vote if a rematch of the 2012 election against President Obama were held today, a CNN/ORC poll has revealed.

 

According to the poll, if the 2012 election were held again today, Romney would receive 53% of the popular vote, and Mr. Obama would receive 44%, CNN reported. Obama beat Romney 51%-47% in the actual election.

 

The poll said, however, that the former Massachusetts governor would lose against Hillary Clinton by double digits in a hypothetical election.

 

Mrs. Clinton would earn 55% of the vote, with Mr. Romney at 42%.

 

“Politically speaking, there is an interesting group of people who would not vote for Obama but would pick Clinton over Romney,” said CNN Polling Director Keating Holland. “It turns out that nearly seven in ten of them are women, and 56% are independents.”

 

The poll also indicated that Mrs. Clinton’s controversial remarks she made on her book tour, in which she said she and husband Bill Clinton were “dead broke” when they left the White House, may have hurt her image.

 

The number that says that Mrs. Clinton shares their values dropped from 56% in March to 51% now, and the number that says she cares about people dropped from 56% to 53%, CNN reported.

 

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This is what happens when dumbasses are allowed to own a major network, and those dumbasses are TeaTardedRepubliCANT Pseudo-Freudian, Psycho-Sexual,
Pro-caucasian, Pro-Racist, Anti-LGBTQA1, Anti-Feminist, Reich Wing GOPretender Conselfishservative, NRA-Gun Loving, Nut Bag, bottom feeding,
racist, ass backwards, white supremacists, Koch Brothers & A.L.E.C. controlled morons, greedy, wealthy, caucasian, special interest groups,
asshole Party Members.

Ain’t no muthafuckin way in the fires of holy hell UnFitt Lyin Mitt Romney can win an election for feces sweeper in an elephant parade.

Thats all mine, I made it up.

 

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Willard “Mitt” Romney & Bain Capital Sued for RICO in Federal Court


 

By Jueseppi B.

Racketeering Romney Lawsuit Becomes Official November 6th, ironically the one year anniversary of Romney's loss in his run for President.

Racketeering Romney Lawsuit Becomes Official November 6th, 2013, ironically the one year anniversary of Romney’s loss in his run for President.

 

From The Daily KOS:

Romney Sued for RICO in Fed Court: eToys Deal.

 

This will be interesting to follow. Stephen Haas, eToys executive charged with liquidating assets discovered multiple frauds committed by eToys attorney’s for creditors and debtors. Denotes multiple cases of perjury and other frauds. (CLICK ON ORANGE PARTS for more details)

 

Los Angeles – Steven (“Laser”) Haas owns Collateral Logistics, Inc., (“CLI”) locally. Haas sued Mitt Romney for $100 million today for Racketeering in the Central Federal District Court in Los Angeles at 3:47 pm. The case was assigned to the Honorable District Justice Stephen V. Wilson presiding; and Magistrate Justice Alicia G. Rosenberg to hear discovery motions.

 

This is the official Press Release:

Romney Sued for RICO in Fed Court

Goldman Sachs and Bain Capital are Co-Defendants

Also named in the lawsuit as “Defendants” are Goldman Sachs (who took eToys public and is accused of fraud), Bain Capital (that bought Kay Bee Toys in 2000) and Michael Glazer (CEO of Stage Stores and Kay Bee who worked with Bain/ Kay Bee to buy eToys) and Barry Gold (who worked as director’s assistant at Stage Stores and then became a post-bankruptcy petition President/CEO of eToys in May 2001. Plus Paul Traub is named (who confessed in 2005 that he was secretly Barry Gold’s partner). Mr. Traub was also partners with fraudster Marc Dreier and named by the Federal Receiver over Tom Petters Ponzi as “controller” thereof.

 

Steven (“Laser”) Haas  is actually answering questions on the Democratic Underground
comment stream right now.  He is explaining the details.

 

And let us NOT forget the New York times reported Equity Firm collusion, naming Bain Capital.  There is proof that Bain, Goldman, and others rig the game.

 

Equity Firms Like Bain Collude According to NYTimes

 

RETAIL COMPETITION IS BEING MURDERED IN AMERICA.  These colluding behemoths will take this show on the road and murder retail competition throughout the world until they are stopped.

And BAIN Capital is listed in the impending court case.

 

In Bain’s biggest acquisition, the $32.1 billion purchase of the hospital giant HCA in 2006, competitors agreed privately to “stand down” and not bid on the company as part of an understanding with Bain to divvy up companies targeted for leveraged buyouts, according to internal e-mails.

 

A must read:  The case FOURTH AMENDED CLASS ACTION COMPLAINT FOR VIOLATIONS OF THE FEDERAL ANTITRUST LAWS – CIVIL ACTION NO.: 07-12388-EFH

 

Also from the NY Times:

Equity Firms Like Bain Are Depicted as Colluding

 

E-Mails Cited to Back Lawsuit’s Claim That Equity Firms Colluded on Big Deals

 

ARTICLES ABOUT BAIN CAPITAL

 

From Rolling Stones:

Greed and Debt: The True Story of Mitt Romney and Bain Capital

 

On Mitt Romney, Bain Capital and Private Equity

 

The Federal Bailout That Saved Mitt Romney

 

The Scam Wall Street Learned From the Mafia

 

I offer the above because I think it is relevant to Mr. Haas’ case.

 

Back to Stephen Haas case.

 

You will find some more details here:

 

Meet the Man Who Has Been Battling Romney and Bain’s Bankruptcy Fraud for 12 Years

As an eToys executive, Haas had a legal and fiduciary responsibility to report his discoveries to eToys estate managers and lawyers, and instead of gratitude for doing his job well, he was asked to betray his client for the sake of his future in the liquidation business.

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As an officer of the court, and 18 USC § 4 – Misprision of felony, Mr. Haas, having knowledge of the commission of a felony had a duty, as soon as possible, to make known the same to some judge or other person in civil authority and if he failed to do so, he risked being fined or imprisoned not more than three years, or both. Haas fulfilled his legal duty and reported the malfeasance to the proper authorities.

Affidavit of Stephen (Laser) Haas Aug 3, 2012

That is when they offered me an $850,000 bribe and I told them no! This caused a panic in their ranks, because I reported the bribe to the Delaware Department of Justice. Who informed this laymanthat it was not really a bribe – until accepted. (
Nice Try)! 

In the meantime, they conspired to Obstruct and Destroy Evidence. http://petters-fraud.com/…

I wonder if the Mainstream Media will pick this up?  Will teflon Mitt and Bain Capital avoid prosecution?You can follow dkos member LASER HAAS here.

 

UPDATE:  NOVEMBER 6, 2013

Racketeering Romney Lawsuit Becomes Official November 6th, ironically the one year anniversay of Romney’s loss in his run for President.

 

It is now OFFICIAL

- the Racketeering Lawsuit of Laser Haas v Mitt Romney is going forward.

 

Thank you The Daily KOS

 

 

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Couldn’t happen to a nicer guy. Curious that the main stream media missed this “news.”

 

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Maybe The GOPretenders Should Read This: How You Lost On 11/06/2012


By Jueseppi B.

 

 

 

Reposted from:

News and Views from the Left-Progressive Wing of the Coalition that elected Obama, formerly ‘Progressives for Obama,’ now pushing forward!

 

By Tim Dickinson 


Progressive America Rising via Rolling Stone

 

President Barack Obama has won re-election – his lease on the White House renewed by a multicultural, center-left coalition that ought to give GOP consultants nightmares, producing an electoral college landslide that surprised everyone not named Nate Silver. (The Five Thirty Eight guru’s reputation is as golden this morning as SuperPAC kingpin Karl Rove’s is tarnished.)

 

With four more years, Obama can now cement his historic legacy, fully implementing Obamacare, the most ambitious renegotiation of the American social contract since the 1960s. The president broke ground on his second term with an electrifying acceptance speech that recalled the best of 2008’s candidate Obama, and 2004’s convention Obama.

 

He hit again on the touchstone of his presidency, his belief “that while each of us will pursue our own individual dreams, we are an American family and we rise or fall together as one nation and as one people.”

 

This race wasn’t close. Obama secured a convincing win of the popular vote. And from his 2008 state-by-state haul, he surrendered only Indiana (which was never truly in play) and North Carolina (a surprise squeaker) to Mitt Romney.

 

Every other swing state – Nevada, Colorado, Iowa, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Virginia and New Hampshire – tipped again into Obama’s victory column. When counting is complete, Florida, too, appears poised to go blue.

 

In the end, Obama’s dedicated campaign volunteers proved themselves worth far more than anything the GOP’s moneymen could buy. Voters rebuked the mendacious Romney and his villainous platform to lard the rich and destroy the social safety net.

 

How did team Obama defeat Romney? Here, the six keys to victory:

 

1) The Turnout Machine I reported on Obama’s re-vamped get-out-the-vote machine this spring, previewing the technology that would enable the campaign to network its GOTV operations far beyond campaign offices and into the garages and dorm rooms of its supporters.

 

At the time, campaign manager Jim Messina and field director Jeremy Bird were making an early, unprecedented investment in the ground game – and that bet paid off like gangbusters. In a contest that couldn’t compare to 2008’s electricity, the 2012 Obama campaign reproduced – through brute force, dedication and will – a turnout in the swing states that in some cases bested the campaign’s remarkable performance of four years ago.

 

Yes, Obama lost North Carolina. But his final tally there was actually 35,000 votes greater than when he won the state in 2008.

 

 

2) Younger Voters Sorry, Boomer Nation: President Obama owes his second term to Generation Y. Voters under 30 turned out in greater numbers than senior citizens and broke for Obama over Romney 60-37. Gen X wasn’t too shabby, either: Voters 30 to 44 gave Obama a 7 point edge. (Romney, on the other hand, won convincingly among voters 45 and older.)

 

The numbers in Florida are particularly striking. According to exit polling, the Obama campaign not only improved turnout among the under-30 set there, it ran up the margin, too: Young Floridians broke 67-31 for Obama, better than the 61-37 margin over McCain in 2008.

 

 

3) The Latino Vote With 4 million more registered voters in 2012 than in 2008, Latinos accounted for one in every ten voters in 2012, and these voters broke for Obama by an epic 71-27 split nationally. That is almost exactly the margin Bill Clinton hung on Bob Dole in 1996, when there were only half as many Hispanic votes.

 

Messina told me earlier in the campaign that he was “obsessed” with the Latino vote, and that reproducing Clinton’s numbers against Romney this year would mean Game Over for the Republican. He was absolutely right – particularly in Colorado, where the split was even more lopsided: 75-23, up from 61-38.

 

 

4) African-Americans The historic turnout of African-Americans from 2008 held steady in 2012 at 13 percent of the electorate, nationwide. And the Obama campaign actually managed to increase black turnout in pivotal states like Virginia, where one in five voters was African American. Romney earned only 5 percent of that vote, compared to the 8 percent won by John McCain.

 

 

5) Ohio Working Stiffs Call it the “Let Detroit Go Bankrupt” factor. In Ohio, where the auto industry employs one in eight workers, Obama actually gained ground – 2 points – among high-school educated voters without college degrees, about a quarter of the state’s electorate. Compare that to Wisconsin, where Obama lost 6 points among this cohort. Or North Carolina, where the drop off was 11 points.

 

 

6) All the Single Ladies Romney was haunted by a yawning gender gap, particularly among unmarried women, who accounted for 23 percent of voters (up three points from 2008). While Romney himself took awkward pains to reach out to female voters, he was yoked to his running mate’s moves to redefine rape, and to the GOP’s broader agenda to limit access to not only abortion but birth control.

 

Obama took this voting bloc by a 67-31 margin, nationally, and by nearly identical tallies in Ohio and Paul Ryan’s home state of Wisconsin. The intersection of race and gender was especially powerful for the president in states like North Carolina, where black women accounted for 14 percent of the electorate – and 99 out of 100 voted to defeat Mitt Romney.

 

 

Now the real question is simply this….will the TeaTardedRepubliCANTS learn anything from this ass-whoooooooping?

 

I guess, not a single thing, judging from their continued alliance to the 1% and their refusal to acknowledge the 99%, in all the election day loss blaming. I for one, hope, pray and wish The TeaTardedRepubliCANT Pseudo-Freudian Psycho-Sexual  Secret-Whore Pro-caucasian Pro-Racist Anti-LGBT Anti-Feminist  Reich Wing GOPretender Conselfishservative NRA-Gun Loving Nut Bag racist caucasian Party never figures it out.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lyin UnFitt Mitt Romney To President And First Lady Obama: “Start Packing”


By Jueseppi B.

 

 

 

 

This is the epitome of irony, comedy and Karma all rolled into one neat video package…..

 

Mitt Romney – “Start Packing”……

 

 

This some funny shit right here…..

 

 

 

 

Published on Apr 17, 2012

Mitt Romney rebuts Democrats‘ claims about his tax plan

 

 

 

I just thought you might be a little bit jonesing for some Lyin UnFitt Mitt thoughts & ideas:

 

 

BETHEL PARK, Pa. (AP) — Mitt Romney sought to inoculate himself Tuesday against Democratic charges that he favors the rich, saying his as yet-to-be disclosed tax plans will not benefit the well-to-do at the expense of others.

 

 

“I’m going to keep the burden on the upper-income people the same as it is today,” the Republican presidential nominee-in-waiting said as he campaigned across Pennsylvania on Tax Day. “I know Democrats will say it day in and day out, ‘They are for tax cuts for the rich,’ he said, mimicking his rivals. “No,'” he added firmly.

 

 

By contrast, Romney said Obama wants to raise taxes, a step the Republican said would hamper job creation. Unlike Romney and most Republicans, the president wants to allow existing Bush-era tax cuts to expire at the end of the year for those at upper incomes.

 

 

As he sought to parry the inevitable Democratic accusations, Romney also tackled a second, if unspoken concern, a perception that he has difficulty establishing rapport with middle-class voters. To that end, his campaign arranged an outdoor event in a Pittsburgh suburb at which the wealthy former businessman-turned-politician and eight area residents sat amicably around a picnic table and talked about economic issues.

 

 

There was one fleeting moment of awkwardness, when Romney guessed that a plate of cookies set out on the table were from “a local 7-Eleven bakery or whatever,” instead of a local firm, Bethel Bakery.

 

 

But Jason Thomas, one of the participants, later told reporters: “I thought he was likable person … I will personally go on record and say he doesn’t seem out of touch. He was asking us what our concerns were and we tried our best to represent our concerns, the concerns for our children, and a lot of our friends and family as well.”

 

 

Freed of the last vestiges of a challenge for the Republican presidential nomination, Romney is now able to campaign around the country as the nominee of his party with only passing concern for upcoming primary states.

 

 

His itinerary this week runs from Pennsylvania, one of several primary states on April 24, to Arizona, where he will speak to a nationwide gathering of Republican officials. Along the way he has stops in North Carolina, to deliver a “prebuttal” to Obama’s Democratic National Convention acceptance speech, and Ohio, a perennial battleground in presidential elections.

 

 

In yet another indication that the party is leaving the nomination campaign behind, Romney drew endorsements during the day from the two top Republican leaders in Congress, House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio, and Sen. Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, the minority leader.

 

 

Romney so far has provided only a few details of the ambitious program of tax reform he says he will propose if he wins the White House.

 

 

He favors extending all the Bush-era tax cuts that are set to expire at the end of the year, and has said he wants to cut rates an additional 20 percent across the board.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please sign the petition to tell Congress to Pass The American Jobs Act!!

 

 

Pass Obama’s Jobs Bill .The American JobsAct.It Has Been Blocked By The House GOP Long Enough

 

 

The American People Need Jobs. So The American People Need Congress To Pass Obama’s Jobs Bill. The American Jobs Act Has Been Blocked By House Republicans For Way To Long. This Bill Would Put Americans Back To Work. So Pass This Bill And Put Americans Back To Work.

 

 

We ALL can have a wonderful, happy & safe Holiday Season if we ALL have jobs.

 

 

 

America has never been about what can be done for us. It’s about what can be done by us, together, through the hard and frustrating but necessary work of self-government. That’s the principle we were founded on.”

 

President Barack Obama, November 7, 2012~

 

 

“Disagree Intelligently, Use The Facts & Truth™”

 

It’s A Mandate…..Stupid.


By Jueseppi B.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Obama Won, Get Over It

 

Susan Milligan is a political and foreign affairs writer and contributed to a biography of the late Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, Last Lion: The Fall and Rise of Ted Kennedy.

 

One would think that with re-election—by an Electoral College landslide, notably—people would finally accept that President Barack Obama is the leader of the country. But still, despite the failed efforts of the birthers and Donald Trump and everyone else who just couldn’t imagine that a majority of voters said Obama should be president, the efforts to discredit Obama persist.

 

 

Almost immediately after Obama was re-elected (becoming only the fifth president in U.S. history to win a majority, and not just a plurality, of the popular vote twice), the self-anointed realists declared that Obama had no “mandate.” Never mind those 332 Electoral College votes, never mind the fact that he managed to win re-election despite residual racism and a general unhappiness with the slowness of the economic recovery.

 

 

It was deemed that because Obama won by just three percentage points in the popular vote, that he somehow had no right to assume he had earned the authority to lead. This argument is especially remarkable when one considers the comments made by disgraced former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, who said after the GOP had taken majorities in both chambers under President George Bush that since the Republicans controlled the White House, the House, and the Senate, “we control the agenda.” Not much room there for cross-party compromise.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In remarks on the Senate floor, the top Republican in that chamber argues against a mandate for President Barack Obama after his reelection last week.

 

 

 

“In politics, there is always a temptation among those who win office to think they have a mandate to do what they will,” McConnell will say, according to prepared remarks. “But it’s important to remember that in this case the voters also re-elected a Republican-controlled House last week, and a closely divided Senate. And in a government of three equal branches, that’s hardly irrelevant. Most people may focus on the White House, but the fact is, the government is organized no differently today than it was after the Republican wave of 2010.”

 

 

The top Senate Republican contends that Americans are “wary” of what Obama might do in a second term. “Look out across the heartland, and you’ll see vast regions of the country wary of the President’s vision for the future. The country is sharply divided about the right path forward.  If the President wants to unite America, as he has always claimed to, if he truly realizes that he was elected to represent all of its citizens, not just the ones who voted to give him a second term last Tuesday … then he’ll seek the common ground he avoided so strenuously in his first term. That’s his task. That’s the duty that comes with being President.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mitch McConnell is a fool, an idiot, a moron and a flaming racist ass. That’s a fact. 332 electoral votes for POTUS Obama against 206 electoral votes for Willard Romney.

 
States Carried: POTUS Obama-26 + D.C.  Romney-24

 
Popular vote totals: 62,307,405 (50.6%) Votes for POTUS Obama……..58,938,376 (47.8%) Votes for Willard Romney.

 

 

Thats a mandate all day long…..Stupid.

 

 

Turns Out Romney Is the 47 Percent Candidate

 

John Nichols

 

The 2012 election produced more than its share of ironic results, but there is one that will stand above all others: Mitt Romney is the candidate of 47 percent of the American electorate.

 

As the long count of ballots cast in last Tuesday’s presidential election nears completion, Barack Obama’s popular-vote margin over Romney continues to expand. The Democratic president’s percentage of the vote has been steadily rising. As this has happened, his Republican challenger’s percentage has fallen.

 

Whereas on election night conservative commentators could speak of the finish to the long and bitter campaign as “almost a tie,” Obama now has a 3.4 million popular-vote, and 50.57 percent of the total.

 

Romney has drifted down to… 47.84 percent.

 

President Obama Friday claimed an election mandate to raise the richest Americans’ taxes before across-the-board hikes push the country back into recession next year.

 

“I’m not wedded to every detail of my plan. I’m open to compromise,” Obama said in the East Room of the White House.

 

“But I refuse to accept any approach that isn’t balanced. I am not going to ask students and seniors and middle-class families to pay down the entire deficit while people like me making over $250,000 aren’t asked to pay a dime more in taxes,” he said.

 

America has never been about what can be done for us. It’s about what can be done by us, together, through the hard and frustrating but necessary work of self-government. That’s the principle we were founded on.

 

~ President Barack Obama, November 7, 2012~

 

 

Sounds like a mandate to me.

 

Let’s not forget…..It’s Still Barack’s House.

 

“Disagree Intelligently, Use The Facts & Truth™”

 

 

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