Monday, July 30, 2012

Romney does not believe in the two state solution with Palestine.

He stated, 

"As you come here and you see the GDP per capita, for instance, in Israel which is about $21,000 dollars, and compare that with the GDP per capita just across the areas managed the Palestinian Authority, which is more like $10,000 per capita, you notice such a dramatically stark difference in economic vitality."

There was such a strong reaction to his words, the White House had to issue a statement reiterating a two state solution. Romney is another George W. Bush, drop bombs and ask questions later.

Not only that, but, he already has plans to solve the economic problems abroad by spending the USA Treasury on new embassies. I don't think so. Bush's Iraq Embassy was a billion dollars, wasn't it? I can't wait to see what his building plans are for Poland, a nuclear missile silo maybe.

I like Tel Aviv. There is nothing wrong with an embassy right where it is. The country of Israel is not that big, access is not a burden from anywhere in the country.

Jersusalem is a explosive issue, he should never have spoke so aggressively about the city. The city belongs to everyone. There are many aspects of Jerusalem that don't provide the theme of capital. It is a city of reverence by religions and it should never be a capital city or a hub of business. It just isn't that type of city. It doesn't lend itself to that dynamic. 

I can't want for Romney to go to the DMZ and make his Axis of Evil speech; it will be a moment to cherish.

Romney is a disaster. He covets every inch of real estate for its market value. NO!

...Hitting the stands Monday, (click here) Newsweek's cover blares: “Romney: The Wimp Factor.” In smaller text, it asks: "Is he just too insecure to be president?"...

I have to agree with Romney, he isn't a wimp. Not at all, he is a puppet. The difference is that Cheney isn't his Vice President. Maybe a Cuban invasion, instead.

Wasn't it Norquist who stated all they (the party) needs is a President that can sign his name. Romney can do that. Not leadership, compliance.

Don't think Romney is simply a signature? A puppet?

Adelson is getting exactly what he is paying for. He has stated there is no limit to his Super Pac spending to get Romney elected. Adelson has plans for Romney and that is exactly what the speech was all about.

...Also present was Sheldon Adelson, (click here) a billionaire casino tycoon and ardent Zionist who has been a singular force in the 2012 presidential race. He and his wife, Miriam, sustained Newt Gingrich's presidential aspirations with more than $16 million in donations to political groups backing the former Speaker of the House, and since Gingrich's exit, Adelson has transferred his support to Romney, with a $10 million donation to the pro-Romney "Restore Our Future" Super PAC....

While accepting a $1 million donation in Israel, Romeny is calling for the elimination of Super Pac monies from campaigns. Romney is a manipulator. If Romney sincerely wants campaign reform whereby ONLY candidate ads run, eliminating Super Pac monies, then he can start RIGHT NOW! He can call for a cessation of all Super Pac Ads and when they stop President Obama can ask for the same thing.

Why should President Obama wait until Romney's Super Pacs stop? For obvious reasons, but, it would clearly demonstrate if Romney is respected and a sincere leader of the party. Will his demands actually end the use of Super Pac ads. Additionally, if Romney is leader of the party today, not simply a figure head, then the obstructive Republicans in the Senate and the divided GOP in the House should come together to enact legislation I am sure President Obama would sign to end the use of outside monies in campaigns. 

Let's go. Romney said no more Super Pac monies. End them and pass legislation. Put the money were the mouth is!