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Willard Mitt Romney
"The American people will never knowingly adopt Socialism. But under the name of 'liberalism'
they will adopt every fragment of the Socialist program, until one day America will be a
Socialist nation, without knowing how it happened."
Norman Thomas (1884-1968) six time U.S. Presidential candidate for the Socialist Party of
America. Norman Thomas and Gus Hall, the U.S. Communist Party Candidates, both quit
American politics, agreeing that the Republican and Democratic parties had adopted every plank
of the Communist/Socialist party and they no longer had an alternate party platform on which to
Willard Mitt Romney was born in 1947 in Detroit, Michigan to former Governor of Michigan,
George W. Romney and his wife, Lenore Romney. He was raised in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
and attended Brigham Young University.
When Willard was a sophomore in high school he participated in the campaign for his father's
first term as Governor of Michigan. CFR member George Romney was reelected twice and Mitt
even worked for him as an intern. He went to the 1964 Republican National Convention when
his moderate father battled conservative Barry Goldwater for the party nomination over issues of
civil rights and ideological extremism. The family ended up supporting Lyndon Baines Johnson
for president.
Willard got his Juris Doctor/Master of Business Administration degrees from Harvard Law
School and Harvard Business School. In 1966, Mitt left for France as a Mormon missionary
which is a traditional duty of sons of Mormons. This was the first time Mitt was living a life of
deprivation. With the rules of no drinking or smoking, he failed to gain many converts in France.
The French Catholics are wine loving people and prove especially resistant to a religion that
prohibits alcohol. His missionary years were not the best esteem builders, yet he still holds a
great fondness for France.
Romney entered into management consulting and had a position at Bain and Company. He
eventually served as it's CEO and led it out of a financial crisis. He was the founder too of a
spinoff company Bain Capital, a profitable equity investment firm. He had an excellent record of
success with clients like Monsanto Company, Burlington Industries, and Corning Incorporated.
Of course Monsanto is responsible for the majority of GMO seeds and foods in our nation today.
He won the election for Governor of Massachusetts in 2002, but only served one term. The state
was in financial peril and had a projected $3 billion shortfall. The reason it was in peril is like all
states, the politicians overspend and then expect the taxpayers to make up the difference.
Unexpected revenue came in from a previously enacted capital gains tax increase and $500
million in federal grants which decreased the deficit to $1.2 to 1.5 billion. Through some budget
manipulating and cuts in state aid to cities and towns, and major cuts to universities which
increased the tuition by 63% over four years, as well as his vetoing many items, although all
were overridden by the Democrat majority legislature, he managed to bring in more to the
Massachusetts treasury. What Romney really did to fix the budget was what most Governors,
both left and right do. They raise taxes on the people of the state. He raised fees for marriage,
driver's, and gun licenses. He increased the state gasoline fee by 2 cents per gallon and he closed
tax loopholes that caused businesses to pay more taxes. This brought in $541 million to the
coffers, but created financial hardships on businesses in Massachusetts.
Romney Care
Of course this all didn't last long with the adoption of the socialist universal health care mandate
Willard gave Massachusetts. He promised it wouldn't raise taxes, but incorporated a new payroll
tax. He also pushed for incorporating an individual mandate at the state level. His past rival Ted
Kennedy (he ran against Kennedy for Senator in 1994), who had pushed universal health
coverage for years became a close friend of Romney's and helped push the state's Democrats into
voting for it along with the Republicans.
With Romney Care all residents of the state are required to buy health insurance or face
escalating tax penalties such as the loss of their personal income tax exemptions. This is, in
effect a tax on their very existence in the state of Massachusetts! The most draconian sections of
the bill that would put burdens on businesses were vetoed by Romney, but the Democrat
legislature overrode them all. Romney Care also finances abortion with a $50 dollar co-pay. This
entire bill was endorsed by Marxists Hillary Clinton, Teddy Kennedy and of course Planned
Parenthood who has now helped murder 56 million American babies in the womb with help of
plans like Romney Care.
At the same time Massachusetts also created a new state entitlement that was already trembling
on the verge of bankruptcy inside of a year. It is called Commonwealth Care, it uses a sliding
income scale to subsidize coverage for everyone under 300% of the federal poverty level, or
about $63,000 for a family of four. In 2008, the year's appropriation for Commonwealth Care
was $472 million, but officials have asked for an add-on that will bring it to $625 million. For
2009, Governor Deval Patrick requested $869 million but conceded that even that huge figure is
too low. Over the coming decade, the expected overruns float in as much as $4 billion over
budget. So, despite Romney's getting the state out of the red with new fees and taxes, he turned
around and gave the state a huge new bureaucracy that now has it near bankruptcy.
Romney on Abortion
1994 - Romney stated, "I believe abortion should be safe and legal in this country.
2001 - While campaigning in Utah, Romney said, "I am not pro-choice."
2002 - While in Massachusetts, Romney quipped, "I will preserve and protect a woman's right to
2004 - Romney again magically became pro-life.
2005 - Once again in liberal Massachusetts, Romney spoke these words, "I am actually
committed to my promise to maintain the status quo with regards to laws related to abortion and
choice. He even exempted Catholic and Christian hospitals from refusing the morning-after pill
in case of rape.
Not only does Romney not advocate a ban on embryonic research, he actually supports
government funding for the lethal use of the tiniest children for research, demonstrating the
falsity of both his conversion and his account of it. And yet many pro-family "leaders" have
chosen to ignore the truth, and believe lies.
Now on the campaign trail again, he's saying he's pro-life, but let's look at his record.
After he claimed a pro-life conversion, Willard Mitt Romney
• authorized tax-funded surgical elective abortion two years after he claimed he was pro-life.
• advocated grisly research on embryos after he claimed a pro-life conversion.
• nominated a pro-abort Democrat judge after he claimed a pro-life conversion.
• gave Planned Parenthood a permanent seat on a state board after he claimed a pro- life
• bragged that he would continue to defend abortion "rights" after he claimed a pro-life
His record is absolutely shocking and in another campaign speech he stated he is personally prolife, but doesn't want to push his personal religious beliefs on society. So, society's cultural
decline and the murder of 56 million innocent babies shouldn't have any commentary from the
religious sidelines?
To top it off, the Pro-Life Family Movement discredits themselves again and again. Many
conservatives repeat his false claim of being pro-life including Ann Coulter, saying "Romney
governed as a pro-lifer." Jordan Sekulow through his father's organization, ACLJ (American
Center for Law and Justice) wrote, "Governor Romney would and still could make a great
candidate." Jay Sekulow is a CNP member. Tony Perkins (CNP) at the Family Research Council
says Romney is, "solidly conservative across the board," and a Focus Action Candidate
Commentary video from Focus on the Family(CNP) shockingly agrees with Romney that, "on
the social issues we are so similar." Remember, these groups are members of the secretive
Council for National Policy and nearly all are UN-NGO's. As UN-non governmental
organizations, they must agree with the planks of the Marxist UN to get NGO status.
These groups and people say all this of a man who
• funded abortion statewide through taxpayer monies
• opposed a Massachusetts Defense of Marriage Constitutional amendment
• said homosexuals should be allowed in the boy scouts
• officially celebrated "Gay-Straight Youth Pride Day"
• sat on the board of directors for a leading purveyor of pornography without opposing the
corporation's exploitation of women
• instituted homosexual marriage
• was ahead of Barack Obama in promoting government controlled health care.
Willard Mitt Romney states, "On every piece of legislation, I came down on the side of life."
Gay Rights and Marriage
When Romney ran against Ted Kennedy for Senator in 1994, he wrote a letter to the Log Cabin
Republicans stating, "We must make equality for gays and lesbians a mainstream concern."
Romney also stated in 2002 that "All citizens deserve equal rights, regardless of their sexual
orientation." Willard said that domestic partnership status should be recognized in a way that
includes the potential for health benefits and rights of survivorship. Most companies today give
health benefits to homosexual partners. One of the first was the conservative company of
Colorado, Coors Beer while their backyard neighbor and fellow Council for National Policy
member James Dobson of Focus on the Family railed against one of the airlines for giving health
benefits to homosexual partners.
Romney also supported hate crimes legislation during his campaign for governor. In 2002,
Romney also opposed a Massachusetts constitutional amendment that would have banned samesex marriage and domestic partnerships because the amendment would have prohibited domestic
partnership benefits for gays and lesbians.
• supported Bill Clinton's "Don't ask, don't tell" and thinks it worked and shouldn't be changed.
• boosted funding for homosexual "education" starting in kindergarten
• opposes a ban on homosexual scoutmasters
• forced Catholic Charities, the nation's #1 adoption and foster care service to place children with
same sex couples even though he was under no legal obligation to do so.
• passed over Republican lawyers for three quarters of the 36 judicial vacancies he faced and
nominated two open homosexuals.
• supports passage at the state level of the Employment non-discrimination Act which would
force churches and other religious organizations to hire homosexuals and transvestites or face
criminal fines and prosecution.
Global Warming/Climate Change and Cap and Trade
On CBS with Katy Couric in February, 2009, Romney said this, "I think the risks of climate
change are real. And that you're seeing real climate change. And I think human activity is
contributing to it. I would develop within this country sources of energy which would allow us to
be free of foreign oil. But sources that don't emit CO2."
"I believe the world is getting warmer, and I believe that humans have contributed to that," he
told a crowd of about 200 at a town hall meeting in Manchester, New Hampshire."
Romney supports regulation of greenhouse gas emissions, primarily through voluntary measure.
He would eliminate "dirty" coal power plants even at the cost of losing jobs because he believes
coal plants kill people.
Illegal Aliens and Amnesty
Although Romney says he's against amnesty for illegal aliens, he also says, "I don't believe in
rounding up 11 million people and forcing them at gunpoint from our country." (Willard, it's
probably more like 40 or 50 million people here illegally and according to FBI statistics they
murder 25 American citizens per day!) Willard says he would like to see illegal immigrants
register with the government, pay taxes, and apply for citizenship. What? How about entering the
country the way all our ancestors did? How about coming into this country legally? Does Willard
have any idea of how many "other types" are crossing the border so easily?
Romney supported the infamous, No Child Left Behind, as well as the federal government's
involvement in education. See Charlotte Iserbyt's article. He approved efforts in Massachusetts to
REQUIRE parents in poorly performing schools to attend parental education classes. He also is
for Charter Schools. See education expert, Char Iserbyt's article on Charter Schools.
Second Amendment
Willard Romney has stated in past campaigns that he is a proponent of gun control and fully
supports a ban on assault weapons. He enacted a ban in Massachusetts on many so called
"military style assault weapons." Romney stated, "These guns are not made for recreation or selfdefense. They are instruments of destruction with the sole purpose of hunting down and killing
people." Sorry Willard, but you don't know squat about firearms, nor do you understand that the
second amendment is the very teeth of the Bill of Rights. And you don't even own a gun!
In 1994, Willard also supported the Brady Bill. The Center for Handgun Violence which is Sarah
Brady's organization, is responsible for countless lawsuits against manufacturers and various
state firearm laws. They are rabid anti-gunners, as obviously is Willard Mitt Romney.
Sustainable Development and Agenda 21
In 2004, as part of Willard's goal to adopt a strategic approach to "land protection" in
Massachusetts, he launched a plan to help cities and towns adopt "smart growth" policies that
foster sustainable development. He stated that he wanted a more coordinated approach to "land
conservation," involving housing, environmental and transportation agencies.
As I mentioned in my previous article on Newt Gingrich, federal or state land grabs under the
guise of sustainability are wholly unconstitutional. However, once again, elimination of land by
the federal or state governments when it belongs to the people, is fully a plank of the communist
Obviously Willard Mitt Romney is no conservative. His stances on issues are tainted with
communist tenets, and I've only covered a few of them. Why then do people who claim to be
"conservatives" and "Christians," like Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, Ann Coulter, Hugh
Hewitt, Mark DeMoss, Richard Land, Stu Epperson, Jay Sekulow, Jim Dobson, Tom Minnery,
and Tony Perkins, claim that he's a conservative?
Sadly, we are dealing with many false friends of the constitution and what I call "controlled"
opposition to the communist agenda.
The above facts regarding Romney's platforms change depending upon which group he is
speaking to and whether they're liberal or conservative. However, his actions in Massachusetts as
governor speak volumes about what Romney really stands for and it's certainly not the
constitution...more like the communist agenda.
We've many other candidates, many with far less communist tenets than Newt or Willard, but
none that are really solid true constitutionalists. We'll discuss them in the next article.
Proverbs 12:20 - Deceit is in the heart of them that imagine evil: but to the counselors of peace is
Romney's surprising environmental leanings
Chris Woodward - OneNewsNow - 6/8/2011 3:55:00 AM
Mitt Romney may disagree with Barack Obama's economic policies, but one environmental
science expert says the former Massachusetts governor and current GOP presidential candidate
may not differ that much from the current president when it comes to global warming.
Speaking recently in New Hampshire, Romney said, "I believe the world is getting warmer, and I
believe that humans have contributed to that." He later added it is important for the nation to
reduce emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases.
Steve Milloy, author and publisher of, admits the announcement took him by
"After the failure of cap and trade, and after 'ClimateGate,' he's still a believer in global warming.
And worse, he thinks that something needs to be done about it," Milloy notes.
And he points out that Romney's latest statement does not bode well for the prospect of him
reining in the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and its "economy-killing" regulations if
"Because cap and trade failed, the Obama administration is having EPA regulate greenhouse
gases. The EPA is just a job destruction machine and greenhouse gas regulations are a means of
killing jobs," Milloy contends. "We need to be growing our economy; we need to be developing
our energy resources."
But as Milloy points out, Romney is not the only Republican presidential candidate who believes
in global warming or has shown support for emissions cuts, as Newt Gingrich and Tim
Pawlenty have respectively stood for such in the past.
The publisher adds that Minnesota's Michele Bachmann might be good
candidate, but he wants to hear more from the congresswoman if she decides to run -- and more
from Herman Cain, who recently made his presidential campaign official.
Romney applauded by Al Gore on climate change
By Alex Pappas--The Daily Caller 4:42 PM 06/15/2011
This isn’t the endorsement Mitt Romney needs right now.
Liberal Al Gore took to his blog Wednesday to applaud the former Massachusetts governor for
his stance on climate change.
“Good for Mitt Romney,” Gore, the former Democratic vice president, wrote about the
Republican seeking the White House in 2012.
He continued: “While other Republicans are running from the truth, he is sticking to his guns in
the face of the anti-science wing of the Republican Party.”
Gore went on to reference a Washington Post story that said Romney during a town hall meeting
last week “stuck to the position he has held for many years — that he believes the world is
getting warmer and that humans are contributing to it.”
Read more:
June 5, 2011
Mitt Romney's global warming blunder
Jack Rudd
Mitt Romney panders again, while another climate scientist rediscovers his own integrity
Romney: "I believe the world is getting warmer, and I believe that humans have contributed to
"It's important for us to reduce our emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases that may be
significant contributors."
If Mitt is paying attention, he can't possibly believe this. Not when former climate alarmists are
coming clean, as this scientist is:
"The whole idea that carbon dioxide is the main cause of the recent global warming is based on
a guess that was proved false by empirical evidence during the 1990s. But the gravy train was
too big, with too many jobs, industries, trading profits, political careers, and the possibility of
world government and total control riding on the outcome. So rather than admit they were
wrong, the governments, and their tame climate scientists, now outrageously maintain the fiction
that carbon dioxide is a dangerous pollutant
Hat tip: Hot Air
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The Huffington Post is playing it with the headline, “He Ad-Mitts It.” During a campaign stop
in New Hampshire on Friday, Mitt Romney tackled the topic of climate change using language
that won’t win him many fans in some skeptical corners of the conservative movement:
“I believe the world is getting warmer, and I believe that humans have contributed to that,” he
told a crowd of about 200 at a town hall meeting in Manchester, New Hampshire.
“It’s important for us to reduce our emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases that may be
significant contributors.”
National Journal points out that this isn’t a first time admission, however, though they call the
comments “notable”:
It’s far from the first time Romney has said he thinks man is contributing to climate change. In
his 2010 book No Apology: The Case for American Greatness, the former Massachusetts
governor wrote he thought man was contributing to global warming, saying the melting polar ice
caps are “hard to ignore.”
Even as conservative disbelief in climate change science hardens, it‘s notable Romney isn’t
backing down from an unpopular decision.
In the book, he also questioned how much of the warming is man-made while outlining several
alternate theories about the causes of the rising temperatures, such as cyclical temperature cycles.
He also emphasized his opposition to “unilateral U.S. cap-and-trade mandates.”
This clip from WMUR-TV doesn’t include the climate change discussion. You can hear his
comments on spending and health care. And a quip about Obama that may indicate that Dan
Rather is writing Romney’s jokes:
Update: Commenters over at feisty Weasel Zippers are not too impressed with Romney climate
claims. And now New York Magazine is not too impressed with WZ comments! Follow the
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