Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, and Conservative Economics
Posted in the Minneapolis Forum
#1 Sep 23, 2012
If Mitt Romney were to declare that his plan for Medicare relied on fairy dust, people would laugh. If he said that he was waiting for Supermanliterally Superman, the one with the blue red 'S' and the dangling spit curlto teach America's children, everyone would assume it was a joke. If Romney swore that bug-eyed aliens were central to his foreign policy, it would generate well-deserved snickers.
And if he said any one of these things over and over, if he insisted they were true, if he included them in nearly every speech, proudly repeated them to the press, and made them the centerpiece of his campaign... if he did that, the laughter would turn sour. Surely Romney wouldn't be able to give a speech without being met with derision. He wouldn't make it through an interview without the media tearing into his ridiculous and unworkable plans. He'd be laughed right out of the race.
So when Mitt Romney declares that his economic plan involves reducing taxes on the wealthy as a means of growing the economy... where's the laughter?
Saint Paul, MN
#2 Sep 23, 2012
#3 Sep 24, 2012
Romney is not fit for office. He'd kill the American economy.
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