January 7, 2012
Just in case it isn't exceedingly obvious to you...
10. Corporations are made of people. To say that this makes corporations equal to people is to commit the fallacy of composition.
9. The Constitution says "We the People," not "We the Corporations."
8. Corporations are clearly soulless, and often corrupt and evil, entities.
7. Corporations can't step into a voting booth.
6. Corporations can't get cancer.
5. Corporations get more tax breaks than actual people. And people are actually forced to pay their taxes.
4. People don't get bailouts from the government after blowing up the economy.
3. Money ISN'T the same thing as speech.
2. Corporations cannot go to jail for their crimes.
1. Corporations cannot be executed for their crimes.
Remember...the Constitution says "We the People," not "We the Corporations."
January 5, 2012
Here's the quote to remember folks:
”I don’t want to make black people’s lives better by giving them somebody else’s money.”
If you want to see him backtrack and deny his comments, click here. Watch his statement below:
January 3, 2012
It was the closest outcome in history. The previous record went to the 1936 primary in South Dakota, which was decided by just 257 votes. There was also very high turnout, with about 117,000 votes cast. Romney took 30,015 votes to Santorum's 30,007.
What does it say about Romney? He couldn't win in Iowa in 2008, and he can't win big now. If he can outspend his opponents by millions but come that close to losing, there is something to be said about the lack of enthusiasm he generates from his supporters. It says a lot if the latest GOP "Flavor of the Week" (AKA "not Romney") can make the race so close. Something tells me this might spell the eventual end of the Romney campaign, like his poor showing in Iowa did last time. But I can't see the future. We'll see, folks.
Ron Paul finished 3rd, Gingrich finished 4th, Rick Perry finished 5th, Bachmann finished 6th, and Jon Hunstman finished 7th. Perry said he'll head back to Texas to reassess his campaign, rather than continue to N.H. We'll wait and see who stays in the race, and who goes.
You can see the full results here.
You can see the full results here.
God could not be reached for comment on why Perry and Bachmann did so poorly.
January 2, 2012
|A disappointed Romney addresses the press.|
"I'm just not crazy enough," he said. "The people have shown us that they want a truly insane candidate, and since the media has been consistently ignoring me, I've decided it is my time to go. We've got to get behind what the people are showing us they want, and that is, according to the latest polls, Ron Paul."
"Believe me, I tried to get the nomination. I flipped. I flopped. I pandered. I told people I was unemployed, even though I'm a millionaire with several mansions. I wear magic underwear, for Pete's sake! Yet I couldn't take the lead from Paul, and I thought that said something, you know? So I am endorsing the craziest one of 'em all, Ron Paul. And it's not just because he's leading the polls."
Everyone knows Iowa picks the nominee and the President accurately. Remember President Pat Robertson? Yeah, me too. It's a smart move on Romney's part. Rumor has it that he might be on the ticket as V.P. You never know, Ron Paul is pretty crazy.
"I think I, I'd accept joining Mr. Paul on the ticket when he gets the nomination," Romney said "but don't get me wrong. I'm not doing this to look good, or to get on the V.P. ticket. I've really changed my mind."
Christine O'Donnell changed her endorsement to follow Romney. “That’s one of the things that I like about him — because he’s been consistent since he changed his mind,” O'Donnell said, "but if he is endorsing Ron Paul, I'll have to agree.
You heard it here first, folks.