Thursday, May 31, 2012

Friday, May 25, 2012


“The Bain model is to go in at a very low price, borrow an immense amount of money, pay Bain an immense amount of money and leave. I’ll let you decide if that’s really good capitalism. I think that’s exploitation.”
Newt Gingrich
 “There is something inherently wrong when getting rich off failure and sticking it to someone else is how you do your business. I happen to think that that is indefensible.”
Rick Perry
"Bain Capital engages in vulture capitalism"
Rick Perry

Mitt Romney...a candidate you can be proud of...wake up America. He knows much more about laying off workers and eliminating jobs than he does building an economy and creating jobs. He has already shown he is a liar....Mitt Romney, the more you know, the less you will want to vote for him.

Saturday, May 19, 2012


[Romney] has Swiss bank accounts, Cayman Island accounts, owns shares of Goldman Sachs while it forecloses on Florida and is himself a stockholder in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac while he tries to think the rest of us are too stupid to put the dots together and understand what this is all about." -- Newt Gingrich

So how does Newt now go about (being the loyal party leader that he is) endorsing someone like Mitt Romney, who he knows is an absolute piece of shit? Obviously if he does campaign for Mitt, he will be forced to lie and tap dance to an extent he could win America's Most Talented, or whatever that crappy show is. It's a shame, because in my opinion, deep down inside...really deep, deep, deep down inside...I think Gingrich is a fairly decent man with a modicum of integrity (for a guy who cheats on every woman he hooks up with---in good health or not). Play the game, Newt. Play the game...and try not to show the public every time you say something decent about your candidate, the fact that you throw up a little in your mouth while doing it. Welcome to political prostitution and you be his ho, dude. You be his ho.
And that is the world...the "World According to Kimba." Thanks for reading!


Saturday, May 12, 2012


In 2007, he appeared to support the right of same-sex couples to adopt, saying “obviously, that’s their right.”

But in 2011, a Romney spokesman said that same-sex adoption “should be assessed on a state-by-state basis.”

May 8, 2012: after President Obama’s endorsement of marriage equality was an admission that he was “fine” with same-sex couples adopting children, saying, “that’s something that people have a right to do.”

Two days later: "Actually, I think all states but one allow gay adoption. So that’s a position which has been decided by most of the state legislatures, including the one in my state some time ago. So I simply acknowledge the fact that gay adoption is legal in all states but one."

People want to know where Governor Romney stands on the issues...but he refuses to sit still and take one stand on anything....todays proclimation is tomorrows clarification...and tomorrows denial. What a schmuck....he is as phony as any politician could possibly be. A vote for him is a ......well who the hell knows what a vote for him would be....I guess it would mean one thing one day, and completely another the next.

Not only can you not count on him to back up anything he proclaims, he doesn't even check what he adoption is not "legal in all states but one." Do a fact check once in a while.....pretend what you say matters....because it is going to re-elect the President. Where does the GOP get these idiot candidates....they had a world class candidate in Jon Huntsman....but he couldn't get any traction, even among three buffoons like Santorum, Gingrich and Mitt Flopney.

Sunday, May 6, 2012


"Governor Romney doesn't seem to get it.....maximizing (corporate) profits by whatever means necessary, be it through layoffs, downsizing, outsourcing, tax avoidance or union busting might not always be good for the average American worker, or the American economy."

"Why else would he want to spend trillions more to increase the tax cuts on our wealthiest Americans while raising taxes on 18 million working families? All the while stopping regulating the reckless behavior on Wall Street that helped crash the economy in the first place...they seem to think the same bad ideas will lead to a different result.....or maybe they are hoping we won't remember the last time we tried it their way. Well, I'm here to tell you, we were there, we remember and we are not going back...we are going forward."

Barack Obama

Saturday, May 5, 2012


No new ground here....regular readers are well aware of my stances on previous measures to adopt "sin" taxes on legal behaviors. They are inherently discriminatory and thus,  unconstitutional. Well, California is at it again with their proposition 29, which will impose an additional $1 tax on each pack of cigarettes, and an equivalent tax increase on all other tobacco products.

Surprisingly, I do not see a measure to increase taxes on alcohol (for alcoholism cessation studies), saturated fat (for obesity research), use of petroleum (to fund green initiatives) or any other measure taxing behavior unhealthful to us, but legal none-the-less.

Discrimination is discrimination, and this measure must be stopped. Please vote no on proposition 29, regardless of how you personally feel towards smoking. This is not about smoking per se, it is about individual rights and unfair harassment by groups with hidden agendas. read the proposition, if enacted, they  will not even have to spend the windfall revenue in this country. no on proposition schmuck...number 29.