This is the first election in a while where I’ve seen a big chunk of my Church’s hierarchy throw in so blatantly for one candidate. So, how has the “never mind that social gospel, there’s a gay guy out to ruin your marriage and hand out birth control” thing worked out for the partisan bishops? […]
Tag Archives: Mitt Romney
I can see the problem with these polls. Obviously, they are talking to too many people who will be voting for Barack Obama. They need to take some more time and look for more Mitt Romney voters. They are out there.
Here’s Mitt Romney at the Cinton Global Initiative yesterday: I can actually imagine that guy as a decent president. Not one that I’d vote for necessarily, but one that takes complicated issues seriously. I’m not sure where that guy has been hiding. One thing though: foreign aid can spur private investment. Hmm. So, if our […]
I guess it’s time for me to weigh in fully on this one. I get the conservative argument on the welfare state: dependency is bad for the poor long term, and conservatives hope to free up capital so that businesses will expand and people will be hired, and there won’t be so many poor people. […]
In case you are curious, Frank Antenori is apparently writing for Mitt Romney now: Mother Jones acquired the video and has the whole story.
I heard a bit from a Mitt Romney speech yesterday, and he tackled the critical issue of secret plan to take “In God We Trust” off of our money. This issue is crucial to both our economy and the future of Christianity, since anyone that has read the Gospels knows that Jesus was way into […]
A definition of irony: Mitt Romney decrying alleged cuts to Medicare while introducing Paul Ryan.
I’ve been getting grief from my liberal friends about Lech Wałęsa’s endorsement of Mitt Romney. Some of this is over what he regards as a personal slight from Barack Obama; some of it is because of Wałęsa’s stongly held social conservatism. Solidarność, the labor movement he once headed, doesn’t share Wałęsa’s enthusiasm for Romney. They […]
With Mitt Romney’s gaffes in Britain, I fear what jokes he’ll tell in Warsaw.
Those of you that have ended up on these fundraising e-mail lists are familiar with the shrill nature of these missives. The most minor gaffe is “shocking.” The most minor event is “devastating.” Every bit of news is “stunning.” With that in mind, here is the first paragraph of a fundraising e-mail I got from […]