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Willard, cop impersonator and coward

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I agreed with this--

watched the youtube.

Romney knows how to manage people, apparently--Rand Paul says he's a capable businessman, and he manages in corruption and illegality.

Ron Paul is a doctor and leaves the management up to others, and his campaign shows it--while he teaches those with a love of liberty around the world, votes for liberty and stands by his constitutional principles, in spite of those who work for him--

Romney has ____________?

I wonder. What DOES the man have, besides audacity and an aberrant character?

What does Romney have besides a scary personality? And the ability to make money by questionable means--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

This fake policeman is buying a stairway Heaven?

This fake policeman, so called front runner mitten, hires clandestine front runner known to dump Democratic voter registration forms. Already paid &71 K for their sordid services. Birds of a feather... front run together.

Romney Quietly Hires Consulting Firm With Sordid History Of Destroying Democratic Voter Registration Forms

Republic Report has covered how political money can corrupt government by influencing the actions of elected representatives. But professional hacks can also disrupt democracy by interfering with the voting process itself.

Late last year, Mitt Romney's presidential campaign began paying Nathan Sproul, a political consultant with a long history of destroying Democratic voter registration forms and manipulating ballot initiatives. Sproul, who changed his firm's name from Sproul and Associates to Lincoln Strategies, has received over $70,000 from Romney's campaign. Much of the campaign coverage has focused on the rhetoric of surrogates and the role of high-priced television advertisements. But if Sproul continues to play a role in the campaign, and if his previous work is any guide, his firm may have an impact on key swing states.

ThinkProgress covered Sproul ... through his greatest hits, including evidence... Bush-Cheney 2004 presidential team... during registration drives in 2006:

- In Oregon and Nevada, Lincoln Strategies -- then known as Sproul and Associates -- was investigated for destroying Democratic voter registration forms. The Bush-Cheney 2004 presidential campaign paid Sproul $7.4 million for campaign work. [CNN, 10/14/04; KGW News, 10/13/04; East Valley Tribune, 09/07/06]

- In Nevada, people who registered as Democrats with Lincoln Strategies -- then known as Sproul and Associates -- found their names absent from the voter registration rolls. [Reno Gazette-Journal, 10/29/04]

- During the 2006 midterm elections, Wal-Mart banned Lincoln Strategies for partisan voter registration efforts in Tennessee. The Republican National Committee had hired the firm. [Associated Press, 08/24/06]

- In Arizona, Lincoln Strategies employed a variety of deceptive tactics -- including systematically lying about the bill -- to push a ballot initiative to eviscerate the state's clean elections law. [Salon, 10/21/04]

- Lincoln Strategies, then employed by the Republican Party, was behind efforts to place Ralph Nader on the ballot in states such as Arizona. [American Prospect, 06/25/04] ...

... Former Rep. Chris Cannon (R-UT), during a hearing on voter fraud, admitted that "the difference between ACORN and Sproul is that ACORN doesn't throw away or change registration documents after they have been filled out."

Republic Report reviewed disclosures from the Federal Elections Commission. Sproul's Lincoln Strategy Group has received about $71,391 in payments for "field consulting" and "rent & utilities" by the Romney for President Inc. committee from November 30th through March 2nd of this year....

Neither known to fly on their own power.

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Willard the Mitt: an unhired hand. Caution advised.

You may decide the fate of your country. Just who is runniung this country? You decide.

imitable: capable or worthy of being imitated or copied

immutable: not capable of or susceptible to change


  1. a woman's glove that leaves the fingers uncovered
  2. mitten
  3. a baseball catcher's or first baseman's glove made in the style of a mitten
  4. slang : hand [as in "hired hand"]

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul