… according to researcher and historian Webster Tarpley.
I’ve been following Webster’s arguments for Just Too Weird, his soon-to-be-published unauthorized Mitt Romney bio, by listening to his podcast “World Crisis Radio” for the last few weeks, and he makes a compelling case. He basically argue that Mormonism is antipathetic to American values, and that the LDS has never really ever gotten over the murder of Joseph Smith. Romney, as a Mormon bishop, is “too weird” because he is too closely tied to these shadow values, which Tarpley buttresses by looking closely at Romney’s family tree and the actions of his ancestors.
As much as I cannot bring myself to vote for Obysmal due to his relentless assault on my civil liberties, a Romney presidency would be a disaster (except for the super rich, of course). The one bright spot would be that the so-called Left would awaken from their four year slumber party, and the Obamas would retire to their new palatial Hawaiian resort.
From the Seattle Times.
For all you so-called “progressives” circling the wagons around Obomber to avoid Romney, you might want to consider that if you don’t have the right to say “no” to this unprecedented surveillance, then you are a SLAVE.
What’s the solution, you ask? STOP VOTING.
UPDATE: If you live in the D.C. area, the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) is having an International Drone Summit this Saturday that you might wish to attend.
You could put any candidate’s head on this fish (except maybe for Ron Paul’s) and it would work. Thanks to Mike Rivero over at whatreallyhappened.com for this.