Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Newbill on GOP Candidates

Romney say what they like toon

Tony Newton
January 24, 2012


Tony Newbill has sent some thoughts on GOP candidates running for the Presidential nomination to face President Barack Hussein Obama in the November 2012 election. I am a bit behind because I noticed that Governor Perry is mentioned; nonetheless the rest is relevant.

JRH 1/24/12

What Ron Paul is advocating seems to be just a vote grabbing

Tony Newbill
Sent: 9-15-11

What Ron Paul is advocating seems to be just a vote grabbing effect rather than sensible policy because the idea is that freedom comes with the Responsibility of the individual to Not be doing things that end up making the person Dependent on the society and all Drug users and Addicts either become wards of the States or are causing their families so much hardship, both emotionally and Financially, both of which goes untold by the families in these addiction situations that it is not a true solution to upholding the rights and Liberties of the people as what Paul is advocating here.

Ron Paul wants to legalize crystal meth 


Ron Paul Explains Why It's OK To Legalize Heroin

RUSH; Ron Paul is going to Destroy the Conservative party.
The Right Scoop -   
 Russian network host boasts of 'money bomb' for Ron Paul
Ahh Comrade RON Paul it’s so good of you to support our efforts to ARM Iran with the BOMB!!!!
RON Paul let Iran have the BOMB
Romney and Perry have supported UN Agenda 21 Policy

By Tony Newbill
Sent: 9/16/2011 12:58 PM

Romney and Perry have supported UN Agenda 21 Policy over the past 10 years of their Governorships and this Threatens the Liberties of the American People and they need to explain what they plan on doing in the future as President regarding their Policies and Influence relating to the United Nations Agenda 21 and ICLEI???

Watch the first 6 minutes of this Video, the gal talks about the Plan of Agenda 21 to LOWER USA Living Standards,

Agenda 21 for lower living standards

Conservative News and Views -

Conservative News and Views -   

We the People need to know what associations does any of the Presidential Candidates have with UN Agenda 21 and ICLEI???   

We the people deserve to know what the Plans are to Change the USA Liberties by these Politicians who seek to be Our New Policy Writers regarding their Involvement in UN Agenda 21 ICLEI and what they want to accomplish with the UN Agenda 21 Policy they are showing their support for in these links! - -  
This is why Obama will Win if Romney is the GOP Nominee!!!!!!
Baggage, you want to talk about baggage!!!!

By Tony Newbill
Sent: 1/14/2012 8:53 AM

With the way Obama has set up the 1% versus 99% Debate class warfare plead; he will win if Romney is the GOP Nominee because of this Stuff, It’s Like a Movie...... Obama will use this stuff against Romney, even Bring up Jack Abramoff and Take it back to the Bush era and Plead to the Voters, "DO YOU WANT TO ELECT ANOTHER BUSH LIKE PRESIDENT and re-live the last 8 years of BUSH?? This will be the Pitch from Obama and he will win!!!!!!!!

Occupying Mitt Romney's Bain with the Organized Crime Kryptonite of eToys:

Tyranny, Cronyism & Corruption - Goldman Sachs Steals/Wins Again:

Corrupt former DE US Attorney is ?assiting? John Wheeler investigation?


Laser Haas Petition for Investigation & Indictment of Goldman Sachs and Mitt R

… Delaware District Court Federal Justice) and/or any other persons now known or currently hidden who did benefit, conspire, collude, Intimidate Victim or Witness (such as Scott Henkin, Jack Abramoff and Jack Abramoff's self proclaimed associate Johann Hamerski who has pursued the demise of the eToys shareholder Robert Alber that did join this whistle blower once the “Smoking Gun” was placed into the public docket) (we have a copy of Congress records documenting that Jack Abramoff’s/ associates did seek to illicitly control the Region 3 US Trustee's office for the sake of guarantee of Scheme to Fix Fees in violation of 18 USC § 155 Fee Fixing) – This, I Steven “LASER” Haas do testify is True.

McCain-2008 Oppo File/Book on Romney

Sent by Tony Newbill
Sent: 1/19/2012 8:38 AM

Common, where is the Truth in Vetting a Presidential Candidate????????????

In 2004, Bain & Co.’s Italian Branch Was Hired By National Iranian Oil Company To Conduct Study On “How To Make The Bureaucratic State Company More Efficient.”

McCain Oppo Dump: Bain Did Business in Iran:

Big Peace link - 


Romney Sat On Board Of Damon Clinical Laboratories, A Bain Capital Portfolio Company Fined Nearly $120 Million In 1996 Due To Medicare Fraud.

The Romney Dossier is truly explosive. An open history of fraud and corruption:

The Romney Dossier is truly explosive. An open history of fraud and corruption:

It’s all in here. What do you think about this Romney Bain Capital doing Business with Iran???

McCain 2008 Oppo File

Page 11 In 2004, Bain Co multi-million dollar contract from National Iranian Oil Company
Romney Book starting to get around .....

Sent by Tony Newbill
Sent: Thu 1/19/2012 8:08 PM

Extensive Mitt Romney opposition file surfaces

By Jeffrey Phelps Denver Conspiracy Examiner
January 19, 2012

A giant 200 page PDF book aimed at exposing Mitt Romney during the 2008 Presidential race, possibly made by the 2008 John McCain for President staff, surfaced on the internet.

The huge timeline of references to Romney’s life and political career, entitled, "The Romney Book" seems to have been designed by John McCain’s ’08 staff to use as a tool against Mitt Romney during the race for the 2008 GOP Presidential nomination.

The well-organized book is broken down into several parts, with topics ranging from foreign and domestic policy, to economic issues, to his business relationships, and even a section spelling out all of Romney’s flip-flopping.

The biggest portion consists of a detailed and heavily sourced exploration of Romney’s evolving positions on social issues (22 pages), economic issues (21 pages) and domestic policy (48 pages).

A 33-page section details his business record at Bain Capital, and 16 pages cover political issues that the authors believed can be exploited against Romney.

The book references many hundreds of news article headlines and statements made by Romney during his political career based on various legislation, political issues, and Romney’s campaigning tactics.

This amazing compilation of very telling Mitt Romney information could very well be a big problem should the establishment’s media be forced to cover this damaging material in any detail.

Although the book seems to be put together by very knowledgeable and credible individuals, rest assured the establishment’s media will do everything in their power to ignore or downplay this information, and/or the information’s credibility.

The book seems to have been anonymously uploaded to the internet a couple months ago but is just now starting to go viral with more than fifty thousand views already in the past 24 hours. An exact copy of that document can be seen for free at this location.

The Romney Book:

Document link [DocStoc] -

Any bets as to how long McCain will continue stumping for Romney?
Romney's Skeletons: His Bain Capital Received Millions in Bailouts

Sent by Tony Newbill
Sent: 1/21/2012 2:47 PM
By Alex Newman  
January 2012 16:24

Newbill Question: How does Romney make the case that He is successful ONLY Private Capital????

GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney is under fire after news reports surfaced showing that his company, Bain Capital, benefited from multiple federal bailouts amounting to well over $50 million. The top-tier Republican candidate has flip-flopped on the issue of whether or not taxpayers should be forced to bail out private firms, but critics have seized on his controversial work at Bain to attack his candidacy from all angles.

The scandal over Romney’s federal bailouts first surged to prominence after a former strategist for the late Sen. Ted Kennedy publicly released an unaired campaign ad — made nearly a decade ago when Romney was running for the Massachusetts Senate seat — exposing a $10-million federal bailout of Bain & Co. while Romney was at the helm. The attack ad, citing a 1994 report in the Boston Globe, noted that Romney worked with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (FDIC) to bamboozle the American people out of money under the guise of “debt forgiveness.”

“Mitt Romney says he saved Bain & Company, but he didn’t tell you that on the day he took over, he had his predecessor fire hundreds of employees, or that the way the company was rescued was with a federal bailout of $10 million,” notes the narrator in Sen. Kennedy’s unreleased ad as pictures of newspaper articles fill the screen. “He and others made $4 million in this deal which cost ordinary people $10 million.”

As if that was not bad enough for one of the GOP front-runners, Reuters recently reported that a steel company taken over by Bain Capital went bankrupt and received another big handout from the government. After the Missouri mill’s approximately 750 employees were fired, a federal insurance agency had to bail out its underfunded pension plan to the tune of almost $45 million. But Bain still made millions in profits on the deal.

“His supporters say the pension gap at the Kansas City mill was an unforeseen consequence of a falling stock market and adverse market conditions,” Reuters reported in the article entitled “Romney's steel skeleton in the Bain closet,” published on January 6. “But records show that the mill's Bain-backed management was confronted several times about the fund's shortfall, which, in the end, required an infusion of funds from the federal Pension Benefits Guarantee Corp.”

Romney opponents from across the political spectrum have seized on the revelations to paint one of the GOP’s leading presidential candidates as a flip-flopping, taxpayer-fleecing insider. “This is more evidence that the so-called ‘fronrunners’ (sic) from the establishment represent more of the status quo that American voters are tired of — people who benefit from government bailouts on the taxpayers’ dime and seek office to help their buddies do the same,” said Jesse Benton, chairman of Rep. Ron Paul’s surging top-tier campaign for the Republican nomination.

Some Romney defenders such as the editors of National Review had recently claimed — inaccurately — that he “never” sought a bailout. But media pundits quickly exposed the error and mocked the neoconservative publication, borrowing a word from the NRO article to label its coverup of Romney’s federal rescues “asinine.”

Other Romney apologists have attacked his critics for exposing Bain Capital’s record. But because the former Massachusetts Governor has made his work at the firm one of the central focuses of his campaign, analysts said closer scrutiny of Romney’s career there should have been expected.

And the criticism is growing quickly. "Put it all together and even Barack Obama is to Mitt’s right on bailouts," wrote conservative commentator John Hawkins in a piece calling Romney the “Bailout King” of American politics. "Is this what conservatives will have to defend in 2012 in the name of 'capitalism' because Mitt Romney’s the nominee?"

On the far Left, critics also assailed Romney for the bailouts. “I can't say that I'm surprised that Mitt Romney and his allies have conveniently forgotten about these bailouts ... but I am a little puzzled about why his Republican rivals haven't brought them up yet,” noted Jed Lewison, a senior editor with the notorious Daily Kos website. “They don't have much — if any — more time.”

Romney has also been heavily criticized by other Republican presidential hopefuls — especially Newt Gingrich, whose campaign may have been permanently derailed with a deluge of accusations about his own skeletons — over Bain Capital’s long track record of eliminating jobs for profit. Free-market advocates have largely steered clear of such attacks, but the term “Vulture Capitalist” is being attached to Romney with increasing frequency even by members of his own party.

In an ironic twist to the GOP race, Romney defended himself from the accusations by comparing his work at Bain to President Obama’s unconstitutional takeover of much of the auto industry. Romney publicly opposed those bailouts at the time, even writing a piece for the New York Times advocating bankruptcy for Detroit. “In the general election I’ll be pointing out that the president took the reins at General Motors and Chrysler — closed factories, closed dealerships, laid off thousands and thousands of workers — he did it to try to save the business,” Romney said in a recent interview on CBS, prompting outrage among conservatives and ridicule from the Left. Even more astounding: A spokesman for the Romney campaign told the New York Times recently that the GOP contender had been advocating the Obama plan all along.

Indeed, at different times, Romney has both supported and opposed various federal bailout schemes of recent years. He was especially vocal with his support for bailing out the big banks. But as with other key issues, it remains unclear what his current position is on unconstitutionally spending tax money to interfere in the market.
Romney's 'Crony Capitalism': Bain's Big Government Subsidies

Sent by Tony Newbill
Sent: 1/22/2012 9:05 AM
January 13, 2012 - 10:30am ET

Newbill’s thoughts:

How does Romney make the case that He is successful ONLY with Private Capital???? Obama will Tear Him a part!!!!!!

We Need a NEW Fresh Leader who can bring a New Plan to the table like NEWT's 15% Flat tax to retool America's Crony Capital Markets and a Zero tax rate for American Industrial manufacturing!!
In recent days Mitt Romney has strenuously defended his tenure at Bain Capital, lauding his former employer as a classic success story of free-market capitalism and lambasting his opponents on the left and right for practicing the “bitter politics of envy.”

In his New Hampshire primary speech, Romney claimed that “President Obama wants to put free enterprise on trial” and “turn America into a European-style entitlement society.” In Romney’s telling, Obama relies on government for his solutions, while Mitt draws his inspiration from the power of the free market. There are winners and losers in the free market, this argument goes, and it’s not the government’s job to determine who they are. At a recent debate, Romney said that government “by and large…gets in the way of creating jobs.”

But a closer look at Bain’s record under Romney reveals that the company relied on the very government subsidies that Romney and Tea Party conservatives routinely denounce as “crony capitalism.” The Los Angeles Times ran a big story yesterday about Bain’s investment in Steel Dynamics, which received $37 million in subsidies and grants to build a new plant in DeKalb County, Indiana. An analyst at the Cato Institute called it “corporate welfare.”

Romney has recently pointed to Steel Dynamics as one of his success stories at Bain, including in a new ad, which contributed to the 100,000 net jobs he’s claimed to have created at the firm (an incorrect figure he’s subsequently had to walk back). He never mentions that government subsidies played a major role in ensuring that success.

Phil Mattera, research director for Good Jobs First, provides a few more examples of the government subsidies Bain received during Romney’s tenure at … READ MORE at The Nation

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