Friday, October 19, 2012

Tagg

Tagg Romney,  told a radio station after the debate that he wanted to take a swing at President Obama.



Transcript:
RADIO HOST: I’m gonna ask something I know a lot of people want to know, or at least I do. What it is like for you to hear the President of the United States call your dad a liar. How do you react to that?

TAGG ROMNEY: Uh, you know, uh, well, jump out of your seat, and you want to rush down there to the debate stage and take a swing at him. But you know you can’t do that, because um, well first because there’s a lot of Secret Service between you and him…”

I guess when you raise your children to be perpetual liars, and their major accomplishment in life is to work to get daddy elected, what kind of person do you think you are going to raise?




2 comments:

  1. US election 2012: Mitt Romney 'pushed sons' faces into plates of butter'
    Mitt Romney's sons have described their father's taste for aggressive horseplay, explaining how he enjoyed pushing their heads into plates of butter and wrestling them as children.


    ...the light-hearted anecdotes carried an uncomfortable echo of earlier allegations that Mr Romney had been a bully while at prep school and has a long history of uncaring behaviour.

    Matt Romney, the former Massachusetts governor's second son, told how his father would present his children with a stick of butter, telling them "it's so rotten you have to smell it". When they leaned down he would gleefully shove their faces into the plate.

    Mr Romney apparently repeated the trick recently with one of his grandsons, pushing the shocked child's head into a platter of whipped cream.


    Speaking of their fun loving dad, one son made a surprising revelation:

    "He does like pranks but he doesn't like to get pranked. We've learned that the hard way," Josh said.

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  2. We all know people like that. Those that love to dish it out but can't take it when they are the target of a prank.

    Without exception they are all bullying assholes. I've found that the best way to deal with them is to totally avoid them.

    This is exactly why I would never vote for Romney. It's not about what good things he does 6 out of the 7 days a week.

    It's all about what he might do (and will do) on the 7 day. Including arrogant, vindictive, abusive behavior toward anyone or for the matter any opponent he faces in his term. It's that type of behavior that starts wars or insults our allies.

    Just look at this one single photo and tell me you don't see hate in this mans eyes. http://goo.gl/KWvbv

    This is not the face of a man that should be sitting in the Oval Office.

    Just look what the "Compassionate Conservative" George W. Bush and the neocons (http://goo.gl/IzpAq) managed to do to us and the world from the Oval Office.

    Now imagine this man http://goo.gl/KWvbv with his hand on the button. Being egged on by the neocons (http://goo.gl/IzpAq). Ready willing and able to push the faces of anyone into "geopolitical butter" causing a worldwide "metal down".

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