Romney’s record on improving employment, holding taxes down


George Santayana warned people “who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”

Don’t forget this history.  Forward to those you care about.

5 Responses to Romney’s record on improving employment, holding taxes down

  1. […] Well, I suppose you’ll have to contrast with Obama’s record of holding employment down and improving taxes. […]

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  2. TO quote:
    Well, I suppose you’ll have to contrast with Obama’s record of holding employment down and improving taxes. […]

    Well lets see…taxes are lower on the middle class and the poor because of the President.

    And unemployment is down from where it was a the start of 2009 and would be better still if the GOP for once in their pathetic lives would put the country ahead of their desire for power and their desire to punish the people for putting the “Scary black man” in the White house.

    Whereas MIttens wants to continue Shrub’s economic policies and expand on them..which is exactly what got us into this mess in the bloody first place.

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  3. […] Well, I suppose you’ll have to contrast with Obama’s record of holding employment down and improving taxes. […]

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  4. Jim says:

    Yes James. And the Rushbot drones will just go along and keep slouching us toward a “Land of the Dead” society.

    Making money from money is not a sign of leadership, vision or altruism. Making money from making things that are made by people is.

    Mint Romney (or is that Mint Raw-Money) has made his money from money. It’s legal. In some cases, I am sure it was advisable and even ethical. To some extent most of us do it even by virtue of our investments.

    But run a country that way? It only works for the few who live in Fiddler’s Green. The rest are s-o-l.

    Jim

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  5. Well there’s Kaybee Toystores for example.

    KB Toystores was the second oldest toy retailer after FAO Schwartz and the second largest after Toys R’ Us. It was a profitable company with 600+ stores.

    So Mittens and Bain Capital bought it in a debt leverage buyout in which they bought it for $305 million dollars..of which only $18 million of it was in cash..the rest was debt borrowed against the assets of KB Toystores. 16 months after Bain bought it they paid themselves $80 million in dividends and “consulting fees.” Which is a 372% return on their investment. Two years later the company, so loaded with debt and facing increasing competition from the likes of Walmart, filed for bankruptcy. All 600 stores were closed and sold off. Thousands if not tens of thousands of people lost their jobs.

    And Mittens and Bain walked off with an additonal $300+ million dollars in their pockets.

    And the Republicans think we should put Vampire Capitalist Mitt Romney in the White House? Mittens doesn’t know anything about jobs..he only knows how to make himself richer and that’s what we don’t need.

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