Mitt (NO NOTHING) Romney - Another Ge...

Mitt (NO NOTHING) Romney - Another George W. Bush

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Pale Rider

Somerset, KY

#1 Jul 26, 2012
Another George W. Bush - Mitt (No-Nothing Romney

Just look out the back side of Number 10 Downing Street

From criticising the biggest sporting event Britain has held in over 40 years, to "looking out of the backside of 10 Downing Street", Mitt Romney's first foreign trip of his presidential candidacy hasn't gone quite as well as he might have hoped. As the former Massachusetts governor continues to gaffe his way across London, here's a round-up of Romney's red-facers. So far.

On the Olympics:'There are a few things that are disconcerting'
On Wednesday, the day he arrived in London, Romney was interviewed by NBC's Brian Williams. In a softball warm-up question, Williams asked Romney about his wife's horse, Rafalca, which will be in competition in the dressage, and whether Britain looked ready to host the Olympics. Easy, surely? Not for Romney.

"There are a few things that were disconcerting," Romney said of the event which has been 15 years in the planning and is expected to cost over £9bn.

"The stories about the private security firm not having enough people, the supposed strike of the immigration and customs officials – that obviously is not something which is encouraging."

It put a bit of a dampener on Romney's meeting with David Cameron on Thursday. "We are holding an Olympic Games in one of the busiest, most active, bustling cities anywhere in the world," the prime minister said, pointedly. "Of course it's easier if you hold an Olympic Games in the middle of nowhere." (Romney ran the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake Ciy, Utah.)

Red-face rating: 8/10. Take that, Romney! Now get that horse out of my sight.

On Ed Miliband:'Mr Leader'
On to a meeting with the leader of the opposition Labour party, Ed Miliband – a man often criticised for being awkward and lacking a common touch. They should have got on famously. But Romney seemed to forget Miliband's name. "Like you, Mr Leader, I look forward to our conversations this morning," Romney said.

But he reeled it right back in, British-style, with some spontaneous patter about the weather.("Could not be better. Fortunately the sunshine is out. The warmth is here.") And Miliband's team smoothed it over, recognising that American politicians often refer to each other by their titles.

You're not in North Korea now, mate.

The Geiger counter of Olympo-mania is going to go zoink! Off the scale! People are coming from around the world, and they're seeing us, and they're seeing the greatest country on Earth, aren't they? There are some people who are coming from around the world who don't yet know about all the preparations we've done to get London ready in the last seven years. I hear there's a guy called Mitt Romney who wants to know whether we're ready. Are we ready?

Time to go home?

Way to go Mitt Romney, you are an embarrassment to Amerca. Another George W. Bush. This is the "Olympic" authority. Only people like the Doofus Gang are stupid enough to vote for this Republican Mistake.
Rooster Cogburn

Scottsville, KY

#2 Jul 27, 2012
Pale Rider wrote:
Another George W. Bush - Mitt (No-Nothing Romney
Just look out the back side of Number 10 Downing Street
From criticising the biggest sporting event Britain has held in over 40 years, to "looking out of the backside of 10 Downing Street", Mitt Romney's first foreign trip of his presidential candidacy hasn't gone quite as well as he might have hoped. As the former Massachusetts governor continues to gaffe his way across London, here's a round-up of Romney's red-facers. So far.
On the Olympics:'There are a few things that are disconcerting'
On Wednesday, the day he arrived in London, Romney was interviewed by NBC's Brian Williams. In a softball warm-up question, Williams asked Romney about his wife's horse, Rafalca, which will be in competition in the dressage, and whether Britain looked ready to host the Olympics. Easy, surely? Not for Romney.
"There are a few things that were disconcerting," Romney said of the event which has been 15 years in the planning and is expected to cost over £9bn.
"The stories about the private security firm not having enough people, the supposed strike of the immigration and customs officials – that obviously is not something which is encouraging."
It put a bit of a dampener on Romney's meeting with David Cameron on Thursday. "We are holding an Olympic Games in one of the busiest, most active, bustling cities anywhere in the world," the prime minister said, pointedly. "Of course it's easier if you hold an Olympic Games in the middle of nowhere." (Romney ran the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake Ciy, Utah.)
Red-face rating: 8/10. Take that, Romney! Now get that horse out of my sight.
On Ed Miliband:'Mr Leader'
On to a meeting with the leader of the opposition Labour party, Ed Miliband – a man often criticised for being awkward and lacking a common touch. They should have got on famously. But Romney seemed to forget Miliband's name. "Like you, Mr Leader, I look forward to our conversations this morning," Romney said.
But he reeled it right back in, British-style, with some spontaneous patter about the weather.("Could not be better. Fortunately the sunshine is out. The warmth is here.") And Miliband's team smoothed it over, recognising that American politicians often refer to each other by their titles.
You're not in North Korea now, mate.
The Geiger counter of Olympo-mania is going to go zoink! Off the scale! People are coming from around the world, and they're seeing us, and they're seeing the greatest country on Earth, aren't they? There are some people who are coming from around the world who don't yet know about all the preparations we've done to get London ready in the last seven years. I hear there's a guy called Mitt Romney who wants to know whether we're ready. Are we ready?
Time to go home?
Way to go Mitt Romney, you are an embarrassment to Amerca. Another George W. Bush. This is the "Olympic" authority. Only people like the Doofus Gang are stupid enough to vote for this Republican Mistake.
"Pale Illiterate" refers to Mitt Romney as a (No Nothing)

Pale, folks who apparently --KNOW Nothing-- themselves ought not call others names implying they are stupid.

We'll give you the benefit of the doubt this time. We think you really do "know" better.

But let's just treat this as a "teachable moment". That's what Obama would do.

Look at these definitions Pale. Perhaps it will help to cure your confusion.

1.know -- to understand from experience or attainment.

2.no -- a negative used to express dissent, denial, or refual in response to a question or request.

(definitions from dictionary.com )

I hope that was helpful, Pale.

There's no need to thank me. I enjoy helping others. Glad to be of service.
Pale Rider

AOL

#4 Jul 29, 2012
1. Harry Truman 8.4 million
2. Dwight Eisenhower 3.5 million
3. John F. Kennedy 3.6 million
4. Lyndon Johnson 11.9 million
5. Richard Nixon 9.4 million
6. Gerald Ford 1.8 million
7. Jimmy Carter 10.5 million
8. Ronald Reagan 16.0 million
9. George H.W. Bush 2.5 million
11. George W. Bush 3.0 million
10.Bill Clinton 23.1 million

The Republicans can't create jobs, let's face the facts. Rooster absolutely loves this recorded proof.

Harry Truman 8.4 million
John F. Kennedy 3.6 million
Lyndon Johnson 11.9 million
Jimmy Carter 10.5 million
Bill Clinton 23.1 million
__________
Total = 57.5

Isn't this pitiful? We hear all of the time from Republicans about Ronald Reagan. He was an out of control spender. He raised taxes 7 of his eight years in office.

Dwight Eisenhower 3.5 million
Richard Nixon 9.4 million
Gerald Ford 1.8 million
Ronald Reagan 16.0 million
George H.W. Bush 2.5 million
George W. Bush 3.0 million
__________
Total = 36.2

If we add up all of the Republicans except Ronald Reagan. Total = 20.2 Million

If we subtract the Republican Jobs from the Democrats

Democrats 57.5
Republicans 36.2
_____
Total = 21.3 More Jobs
- 20.2
______
1.1 Million

The Democrats Created within 1.1 million of having as many jobs as these slugs did in 28 years

Dwight Eisenhower 3.5 million
Richard Nixon 9.4 million
Gerald Ford 1.8 million
George H.W. Bush 2.5 million
George W. Bush 3.0 million
__________

Total = 20.2 Million

William Jefferson Clinton 23.1 Created 2.9 million more jobs then these 5 slugs did in 28 years.

Dwight Eisenhower 3.5 million
Richard Nixon 9.4 million
Gerald Ford 1.8 million
George H.W. Bush 2.5 million
George W. Bush 3.0 million
__________
The Slug Presidents = 28 years = 20.2 Million Jobs

Here is where Rooster hits the roof with his damn lies, and changes the subject, Come on Rooster, you damn Republican windbag. This isn't about Obama, he hasn't completed his four years yet. Besides George W. Bush messed up all of his eight years. It will take eight to 30 years to fix the Bush mistakes.

Thanks for asking for this Rooster, thank you very much.
Rooster Cogburn

Scottsville, KY

#5 Jul 30, 2012
Oh Pale Dear,

Did you see this?

David Maraniss, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Barack Obama: The Story, is getting testy.

And it is not hard to understand why.

The Washington Post diva spent the last four years on his career book, released it in the heart of a heated re-election season, got the kind of exposure a Kardashian would envy....

....and now finds the book heading for the remainder racks weeks after its release.

As of this writing, the book ranks --1,696-- on Amazon's bestseller list.

Seems as though no one wants to read this SH*T (about Barack Obama).

By contrast, Edward Klein's unfriendly Obama tome, The Amateur....

.... has outsold just every book this summer not centered on female bondage.

It has spent weeks on top of New York Times top-ten list, and --now ranks 55-- on Amazon despite being out a month longer than The Story.

Seems like everyone wants to read the "real story" about Obama.

Do you not think, considering the contrast between the public acceptance of these two very different books -- that this might might have political implications?

Perhaps this tells us something about the public mood towards Barack Obama that we aren't picking up in the polls.

Perhaps people aren't "liking" him as much as we've been led to believe.

Time will tell. We'll know in less than 100 days.
Pale Rider

AOL

#6 Jul 30, 2012
Rooster do you live on this planet? People don't give a damn about someones book. This is what voters like to read:

Isn't this pitiful?

Dwight Eisenhower 3.5 million
Richard Nixon 9.4 million
Gerald Ford 1.8 million
Ronald Reagan 16.0 million
George H.W. Bush 2.5 million
George W. Bush 3.0 million
__________
Total = 36.2
Rooster Cogburn

Scottsville, KY

#7 Jul 30, 2012
Pale Rider wrote:
Rooster do you live on this planet? People don't give a damn about someones book. This is what voters like to read:
Isn't this pitiful?
Dwight Eisenhower 3.5 million
Richard Nixon 9.4 million
Gerald Ford 1.8 million
Ronald Reagan 16.0 million
George H.W. Bush 2.5 million
George W. Bush 3.0 million
__________
Total = 36.2
No one likes to read the crap you write anymore Pale.

What has happened to you? You just copy and paste utter nonsense.

I'm embarassed for you. You aren't writing, composing anything anymore. Remember how you used to trash "Dee Lay" for copying and pasting?

I know you can do much better. Lay off the booze, pull your head out and post something worth reading.
Pale Rider

AOL

#8 Jul 31, 2012
This is what voters like to read:
Isn't this pitiful?
Dwight Eisenhower 3.5 million
Richard Nixon 9.4 million
Gerald Ford 1.8 million
Ronald Reagan 16.0 million
George H.W. Bush 2.5 million
George W. Bush 3.0 million
__________
Total = 36.2

This is your Republicans at work bean head. You love it Rooster and so do I. Wait until I compile the spending record of the Republicans. Another fine record, you will love to read.
Rooster Cogburn

Scottsville, KY

#9 Jul 31, 2012
Pale Rider wrote:
This is what voters like to read:
Isn't this pitiful?
Dwight Eisenhower 3.5 million
Richard Nixon 9.4 million
Gerald Ford 1.8 million
Ronald Reagan 16.0 million
George H.W. Bush 2.5 million
George W. Bush 3.0 million
__________
Total = 36.2
This is your Republicans at work bean head. You love it Rooster and so do I. Wait until I compile the spending record of the Republicans. Another fine record, you will love to read.
As I've stated before, Pale has nothing worthwhile to say.

No one proves that better than Pale.
Pale Rider

AOL

#11 Aug 3, 2012
Pale Rider wrote:
1. Harry Truman 8.4 million
2. Dwight Eisenhower 3.5 million
3. John F. Kennedy 3.6 million
4. Lyndon Johnson 11.9 million
5. Richard Nixon 9.4 million
6. Gerald Ford 1.8 million
7. Jimmy Carter 10.5 million
8. Ronald Reagan 16.0 million
9. George H.W. Bush 2.5 million
11. George W. Bush 3.0 million
10.Bill Clinton 23.1 million
The Republicans can't create jobs, let's face the facts. Rooster absolutely loves this recorded proof.
Harry Truman 8.4 million
John F. Kennedy 3.6 million
Lyndon Johnson 11.9 million
Jimmy Carter 10.5 million
Bill Clinton 23.1 million
__________
Total = 57.5
Isn't this pitiful? We hear all of the time from Republicans about Ronald Reagan. He was an out of control spender. He raised taxes 7 of his eight years in office.
Dwight Eisenhower 3.5 million
Richard Nixon 9.4 million
Gerald Ford 1.8 million
Ronald Reagan 16.0 million
George H.W. Bush 2.5 million
George W. Bush 3.0 million
__________
Total = 36.2
If we add up all of the Republicans except Ronald Reagan. Total = 20.2 Million
If we subtract the Republican Jobs from the Democrats
Democrats 57.5
Republicans 36.2
_____
Total = 21.3 More Jobs
- 20.2
______
1.1 Million
The Democrats Created within 1.1 million of having as many jobs as these slugs did in 28 years
Dwight Eisenhower 3.5 million
Richard Nixon 9.4 million
Gerald Ford 1.8 million
George H.W. Bush 2.5 million
George W. Bush 3.0 million
__________
Total = 20.2 Million
William Jefferson Clinton 23.1 Created 2.9 million more jobs then these 5 slugs did in 28 years.
Dwight Eisenhower 3.5 million
Richard Nixon 9.4 million
Gerald Ford 1.8 million
George H.W. Bush 2.5 million
George W. Bush 3.0 million
__________
The Slug Presidents = 28 years = 20.2 Million Jobs
Here is where Rooster hits the roof with his damn lies, and changes the subject, Come on Rooster, you damn Republican windbag. This isn't about Obama, he hasn't completed his four years yet. Besides George W. Bush messed up all of his eight years. It will take eight to 30 years to fix the Bush mistakes.
Thanks for asking for this Rooster, thank you very much.
The Worst President - Liar

http://www.youtube.com/watch ...

Bush FAILED HUNT for Osama - HE IGNORED - He doesn't matter. Tell that to the familes that lost loved ones in the WTC George W. Bush.

http://www.youtube.com/watch ...

Fool Me Once

http://www.youtube.com/watch ...

What The DooFus GANG UNDERSTAND BEST

http://www.youtube.com/watch ...

DooFUS GaNg EnJoY

http://www.youtube.com/watch ...

George Bush is Loved

http://www.youtube.com/watch ...
Pale Rider

AOL

#13 Aug 4, 2012
Pale Rider wrote:
<quoted text>
The Worst President - Liar
http://www.youtube.com/watch ...
Bush FAILED HUNT for Osama - HE IGNORED - He doesn't matter. Tell that to the familes that lost loved ones in the WTC George W. Bush.
http://www.youtube.com/watch ...
Fool Me Once
http://www.youtube.com/watch ...
What The DooFus GANG UNDERSTAND BEST
http://www.youtube.com/watch ...
DooFUS GaNg EnJoY
http://www.youtube.com/watch ...
George Bush is Loved
http://www.youtube.com/watch ...
Americans Still Blame Bush More Than Obama for Bad Economy
A staggering amout of people still blame George W. Bush. I have been saying this for a long time. The polls prove I am right.

Still, 68% of Americans say former President Bush should be given a great deal or a moderate amount of blame for the nation's economic woes -- substantially more than say the same about Obama.
Lies and more lies looser.

Harry Truman 8.4 million
John F. Kennedy 3.6 million
Lyndon Johnson 11.9 million
Jimmy Carter 10.5 million
Bill Clinton 23.1 million
__________

Total = 57.5 Million jobs by the Democrats

Dwight Eisenhower 3.5 million
Richard Nixon 9.4 million
Gerald Ford 1.8 million
Ronald Reagan 16.0 million
George H.W. Bush 2.5 million
George W. Bush 3.0 million
__________

Total = 36.2 Million jobs by the Republicans = this is WEAK

The Worst President - Liar

http://www.youtube.com/watch ...

Bush FAILED HUNT for Osama - HE IGNORED - He doesn't matter. Tell that to the familes that lost loved ones in the WTC George W. Bush.

http://www.youtube.com/watch ...

Fool Me Once

http://www.youtube.com/watch ...

What The DooFus GANG UNDERSTAND BEST

http://www.youtube.com/watch ...

DooFUS GaNg EnJoY

http://www.youtube.com/watch ...

George Bush is Loved

http://www.youtube.com/watch ...

It's all Bush's fault.

That's where most Americans still put the blame for our economic problems, even though it's been more than three years since George W. Bush left office.

A new Gallup Poll shows 68% of those surveyed say the former president deserves either a great deal or a moderate amount of blame. Thirty-one percent say he deserves not much or no blame at all.

Compare that to the man who has actually been steering the ship for the last three-plus years.

Fifty-two percent say President Obama deserves the blame for America's economic troubles. Forty-eight percent say he's not to blame.

The relative economic blame given to the two leaders is virtually the same as September 2011.

As is usually the case, there's a partisan divide here, although Republicans are more willing to blame Bush than Democrats are willing to blame President Obama.

As for independents, they are substantially more likely to blame Bush than Obama.

With the economy the top issue for November, all this is very good news for President Obama.

Even though Americans have more negative than positive views of the economy – and the direction it's headed – people are more likely to blame the president's predecessor.

It kind of makes you wonder at what point President Obama will own this nation's problems.

Meanwhile all this comes on the heels of another poll that showed President Bush as the least popular living ex-president.

Mitt Romney may want to keep this in mind as he selects his running mate. Several of his potential vice presidents have close ties to Bush, including folks like Rob Portman, Mitch Daniels and, of course, Jeb Bush.
Obama 2012

AOL

#15 Sep 29, 2012
Rooster Cogburn wrote:
<quoted text>
"Pale Illiterate" refers to Mitt Romney as a (No Nothing)
Pale, folks who apparently --KNOW Nothing-- themselves ought not call others names implying they are stupid.
We'll give you the benefit of the doubt this time. We think you really do "know" better.
But let's just treat this as a "teachable moment". That's what Obama would do.
Look at these definitions Pale. Perhaps it will help to cure your confusion.
1.know -- to understand from experience or attainment.
2.no -- a negative used to express dissent, denial, or refual in response to a question or request.
(definitions from dictionary.com )
I hope that was helpful, Pale.
There's no need to thank me. I enjoy helping others. Glad to be of service.
Mitt Romney in race of his Life,

All Polls Have Him Behind

Reap What You Sow.

Obama 2012

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