Wednesday, February 14, 2007


As the first Mormon to seek the White House, Mitt Romney has promised a more wholesome presidency if elected. “My family means the world to me, and family values will be the centerpiece of my administration,” he declared. “I know my wives will make terrific first ladies. The three of them are looking forward to working together to redecorate the White House. In fact, they’ve already got their eye on a new chair for the Lincoln bedroom. I said no rococo though.”


Anonymous Anonymous said...

poor mittens...does he really think he can win? i guess he'd look good on a quarter.

7:54 AM  
Blogger Paul said...

Hey moron mormons gave up polygamy over a hundred years ago, Mitt Has one wife, has always had one wife, and will only have one wife. Get your facts streight

10:18 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SERIOUSLY, if I were to do a “line-up” of all the serious presidential candidates (Obama, Edwards, Hillary (or Billary? - j/k) McCain, Giuliani and Romney) here’s my - near best - objective analysis:

Choice: Romney
Believe it or not, in today’s world of tv/media obsession, “being kind to the camera” is a huge plus! And with the indisputable impact and role of the media in the election outcomes, I’d give the edge to Romney. By the way, if you think looks, are not important, then why all the fuss about the phrase: “looks presidential/looks like a president”?

2. INTELLIGENCE based on educational and academic achievements:
Choice: Romney - I’d dare anyone to challenge this one! (For those who do not know about Romney’s educational background, please check it out, it’s all over the ‘Net.)

Choice: Romney. He has more experience, than any other candidate, both in the private and public sectors, which I must add, is an absolute must for a leader, especially of the US being the leader in democracy and capitalism. He was a CEO of a successful venture capital firm and was governor*. He was also asked to help rescue the 2002 Winter Olympics which was a SUCCESS! ($100 million profit). The national debt/deficit needs to be controlled if not eliminated and Romney has the experience to do that.

Choice: Definitely Romney
Need I say more? Integrity, clean, great family, doesn’t smoke or drink, etc., etc.,

Choice: Romney (sorry Obama, Romney has addressed many more varieties of audiences through his private and public experience ). This is an indispensable skill for a president. By the way, I can’t wait for the debates to begin.

Choice: Romney
Need I list them? - ok, Health care, successful business ventures, balanced budgets, Winter Olympics, etc., etc., Through his accomplishments, he has acquired the necessary experience to be effective as president.

Choice: I’ll give the edge to the Senators
But note also, that Romney through his global business experience and deals, as well as being a smart person himself, Romney can easily outdo the senators in certain areas. He is a great communicator and will be an asset in international negotiations. He also has excellent knowledge and understanding of the world (nations and countries).

Edge: Romney
He headed the 2002 Winter Olympics and was in charge of security, especially a few months after 9-11. Romney was also a member of the Homeland Security Advisory Council (HSAC).

No other candidate had the experience of overseeing a huge security force and undertaking as Romney during the Olympics.

Now, all politics and subjectivity aside, based on the above basic and most essential requirements for leadership, and presidential qualifications, who clearly has the advantage to become an effective president?

MITT ROMNEY! (After all the title: “MR President” already has his initials!)

Again, off all the candidates, Romney has the knowledge, skills, experience and character to become the next president.


*Having been the governor of a liberal/democratic state, Romney will, therefore, be the best and effective president if by 2008 (and beyond), the Democrats still have the majority in both houses. Romney will be effective in such a “hostile” and divided environment - a Democrat dominated one! He would say: “been there, done that” (as it was in Massachusetts). Hence, no other candidate has had such an EXECUTIVE experience as Romney.

PS: If religion is the ONLY thing that bothers a person about Romney then one or all of these apply (3 ances):
IgnorANCE, ArrogANCE and IntolerANCE!

10:49 AM  
Blogger The Noosance said...

Hmmm, I guess you've never seen "Big Love" on HBO. Polygamy lives!

11:51 AM  
Blogger Paul said...

If you have actually spoken to real mormons like I have, Rather than leaving your research to HBO you would know that mormons do not practice polygamy. You are thinking of Splinter groups like warren jeffs who are typically grouped together with the mormon crowd but in all actuality have no affiliation whatsoever. If you practice polygamy in the mormon church you are immediatly excommunicated no if ands or buts about it. I have spoken to several mormons that I know about this, and I have also done my own research as objectively as possible, and mormons are by no means perfect but they definately do not practice polygamy

10:39 PM  

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