Monday, September 3, 2012

Are Mormons Christians?

Are Mormons Christians? Joel Osteen says "Yes!"

 Are Mormons Christians? Mormonism vs Christianity

Christians Are Not Authorized To Vote For Mormons

Mitt Romney: Should Christians vote for a Mormon?

Mike Huckabee said what?!?! RNC 2012
 Published on Aug 31, 2012 by CoJ35
Response video to Huckabee quote; "I care far less about where Romney takes his family to church then where he takes this country."

Exclusive: Huckabee Caught on Tape
 Uploaded by gmcflugalson on Dec 21, 2007
It seems that Huckabee's claim that his Mormons believe that Satan and the Devil are brothers wasn't such an off-the-cuff, innocent question after all. The issue is not the question itself (nobody cares what Mormons believe about Jesus and the Devil), the allegation is that Huckabee's comment wasn't so "innocent" and "born of genuine ignorance" as he claimed (and the video tries to show). Mike has a pattern of deception when it comes to responding to gaffs and mistakes. Take a look at a few of his other less than truthful responses:­tion-on-mormonism-not-quite/

Mike Huckabee Evangelicals and Mitt Romney

Funny Mormon VS. Christian Debate - Jesus And Satan Are Brothers in Mormonism
This mormon will not tell you the honest straightforward truth, unless you know what he believes and drags what he believes out of him - its not biblical what mormons believe, I guess thats why they do it...

Frontline: Mormonism vs. Christianity

Are Mormons Christian? Perry, Cain & Bachmann on Mitt Romney
 Uploaded by TheYoungTurks on Oct 10, 2011
2012 Republican Presidential candidate and Texas Governor Rick Perry supporter pastor Robert Jeffress referred to the Mormon religion as a cult. The Young Turks host Cenk Uygur breaks down the reaction from Herman Cain and Michelle Bachmann.

Is Mormonism Christian? The Bible

Mormon vs christian - in a nutshell

Atheist Vs. Christian: Is America a Christian Nation?

Wolves in Sheep Clothing? Mormonism? Christian?

Are Mormons Christians?

Mormon Righteousness vs Jesus´ Righteousness

Why Mormonism is not Christianity

Are mormons christian? 2 of 2

Are Mormons Really Christians?

Mormonism Disproved in less than 3 minutes!

The Book of Mormon Disproved in Less Than 1 Minute

Disproving Mormonism in 80 seconds

Examination of the Book of Abraham Facsimiles

Recent LDS Polygamy Revealed - Temple-practice

Mitt Romney's Mormon Faith an 'Issue' Again

Evangelical Preacher: A Vote for Romney Is a Vote for Satan

Mitt Romney Belongs To A Mormon Cult Says Perry Supporter Texas Evangelical Leader Robert

Mrs. Betty Bowers: Less is Mormon!

BANNED: Mitt Romney's Mormon Problem Explained

Jesse Ventura: Mitt Romney's Mormon Underwear "Ridiculous"

MSNBC's O'Donnell on Romney's "Mormon Problem": How Moronism Was "Invented"

Mormon Question Sparks Tense Moment During Mitt Romney Town Hall

MSNBC Attacks Mitt Romney & Mormonism 4/5/12

Bill Maher on Mitt Romney's Mormon religion

Mitt Romney Gets Ass Handed to Him by Gay Veteran in New Hampshire

Real Time - Bill Maher on Mit Romney's Mormonism

Mitt Romney is a Mormon!

Mormonism Debunked (Under 2 mins)

 Bill Maher exposes Mormon religion

Funny Mormon vs Christian Debate - Book of Mormon Evidence?

DNA vs Book of Mormon

Are mormons christians?

Friday, January 13, 2012

Gingrich Urges PAC to Fix Any Errors in Anti- Romney Film

Gingrich Urges PAC to Fix Any Errors in Anti- Romney Film

January 13, 2012, 2:46 PM EST

"Mitt Romney Kills Jobs". The mantra of the "creative-destruction", preached best by Charles G. Koch, is that increasing productivity per worker decreases the number of employees required to make more profits. If your goal is to increase profits, then you have to destroy jobs -- it is the core of that religion.

The president gets the credit or blame for all jobs: When Staples creates 80 jobs, then the president gets credit for that. When Staples drives out Mom & Pop stores on Main Street selling office supplies, or copy shop, or computers, or office furniture, the president gets the blame.

Liars like Romney tell only the one part of the story that gives them credit while ducking the blame for what they did.

Romney's religion is ENVY. He doesn't want more money that he can't spend in a lifetime. He wants you to be jealous of the money he can't spend in a lifetime. He doesn't understand that most people do not want to be sociopaths no matter how much money come with it. Most people do not want to be mean-spirited, destroying other peoples lives just to collect "points" in a game.

Yes, people would like to have life be a bit better, to have some nicer things, to have more choices and more freedom to get what they want -- pursuit of happiness is the purpose of life for lots of people. Destroying others happiness just because you can is satanic. Most people do not envy satanic people. Mitt Romney has cloistered himself with satanic people too long. 96% of the public is not satanic and not sociopathic, anti-social. Only 4% are antisocial personality disordered whom thinks others envy them.

Thursday, January 12, 2012

When Mitt Romney Came to Town (VIDEO)

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Friday, June 17, 2011



It is not about VOTER FRAUD, where Romney is registered to vote, it is about TAX FRAUD. Massachusetts has a high personal income tax, and New Hampshire has none. Romney is registered to vote in Massachusetts, so where did he pay his state taxes for two years? This is a man who directed Damon Clinical Laboratories during the time when it racked up $35,000,000 in CRIMINAL FINES for MEDICARE FRAUD, plus subsequently had to make $87,000,000 in restitution for fraudulent billing. He was previously investigated for voter fraud about paying state (resident) taxes in Utah instead of Massachusetts when he was running the winter Olympics, but skated by paying late fees to Massachusetts and saying "oops". Don't let this guy pay late fees and be a presidential candidate -- he has a pattern of fraud in his history. Make him show his state tax payments that match his voter registration address. Make him pay with PRISON time if he violated laws. Either it is CRIMINAL VOTER FRAUD, or CRIMINAL TAX FRAUD, or neither. Make him show the paperwork NOW, before he skates away with late fees.

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Mitt Romney Medicare Fraud

Mitt Romney's 'Jobs Record' Is A Sham

June 02, 2011 9:02 am ET 


New York Times Articles

Corning Will Plead Guilty to Medicare Fraud

Published: October 10, 1996

In the one of the biggest Medicare fraud settlements involving a clinical laboratory company, Corning Inc. agreed yesterday in Boston to plead guilty to Federal fraud charges and pay $119 million in criminal fines and civil penalties.

The Government said the settlement covered ''literally millions of fraudulent claims'' at Damon Clinical Laboratories Inc., which Corning acquired in 1993. Corning said the claims involved marketing and billing practices at the laboratories before Corning acquired them.

Like a number of other laboratory companies, Damon admitted to billing Federal Government agencies for blood tests that were not considered medically necessary but were performed along with legitimate tests requested by physicians. The United States Attorney's office in Boston said Damon, formerly based in Needham, Mass., had agreed to plead guilty to charges of conspiring to defraud the Federal Health Care Financing Administration. Damon agreed to pay a criminal fine of $35.3 million and to pay back $83.7 million to Federal health programs.

Oct. 9, 1996 -- Damon Clinical Laboratories Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Corning Inc., has agreed to pay $119 million in criminal and civil fines to settle a case involving two whistleblower lawsuits and criminal charges. The whistleblowers and the government charged that the company had submitted false claims to Medicare and other federal insurance programs for laboratory tests that were not ordered and were not medically necessary.

Damon agreed to pay a criminal fine of $35.3 million and to pay the government $83.7 million to settle the whistleblower lawsuits.

Top 100 Corporate Criminals of the 1990s

13) Damon Clinical Laboratories, Inc.
Type of Crime: Fraud
Criminal Fine: $35.2 million  

Stage Stores emerges from bankruptcy

Stage Stores emerges from bankruptcy

So Mitt Romney's BAIN CAPITAL captured Stage Stores, forced them to buy 240 stores to look good on paper, pumped the stock up to record levels, pulled out their management fees and sent Stage Stores into bankruptcy. When Stage Stores used bankruptcy to shuck 52 cents on every dollar it owed, and dumped the 249 stores it never needed in the first place, it came out of bankruptcy while it's stockholders went into personal bankruptcy for believing the pump-and-dump stock scheme.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

The Misery of Mitt Romney

Credit: Boston Globe/New York Times
Ten years ago, George W. Bush was sworn in as America's first MBA President. Now, Mitt Romney wants to be the second. Two years after President Bush completed the worst economic record since Herbert Hoover, Romney the perpetual White House hopeful declared, "I spent my career in the private sector. I know how jobs are created and how jobs are lost." Especially, it turns out, the part about how jobs are lost.

Addressing New Hampshire Republicans Saturday, Governor Romney decried the state of the U.S. economy. "This is the Obama Misery Index, he said, "and it is at a record high. It's going to take more than new rhetoric to put Americans back to work--it's going to take a new president." In a Boston Herald op-ed Tuesday, Mitt regurgitated both his Obama Misery Index and "I know a thing or two about how jobs are created and how they are lost" talking points. At CPAC last month, Romney was clear about who that new president should be:
If I decide to run for President, it won't take me two years to wake up to the job crisis threatening America. And I won't be asking Tim Geithner how the economy works-or Larry Summers how to start a business.
If Mitt's line sounds familiar, it should. In his latest incarnation, the man Michael Kinsley deemed "the most transparent candidate" is once again campaigning to be America's CEO.

On the stump in Florida three years ago, Romney made the case that his Harvard MBA, his tenure at Bain, his Salt Lake Olympics experience and his stewardship of Massachusetts made him uniquely qualified him to lead during tough economic times. The multimillionaire venture capitalist told Florida voters:
"I know how America works because I spent my life in the real economy...I won't need a briefing on how the economy works. I've been there. I know how the economy works."
Days earlier, Romney offered the reader's digest version of his resume:
"I've spent my life, 25 the world of business. I know why jobs come and go."
As his record shows, Mitt Romney is all too familiar with why jobs go - out of state, out of the country or just go altogether.
In 1994, Romney's career as a vulture capitalist boomeranged against him in his Senate race against Ted Kennedy. The tale of SCM, a northern Indiana-based stationery company purchased by Ampad, a firm owned by Romney and a group of investors, came to dominate the campaign. As the New York Times recounted, in that instance in the vulture capitalist label was well-earned in the subsequent crackdown on the workers there:
Management has shed 41 of 265 blue-collar jobs, cut wages, tripled some workers' health insurance payments, abolished most of their seniority rights and junked the prior management's union contract, which had two years to run.
Romney's record in Massachusetts also loses some its luster upon closer inspection. While his campaign this week boasted of creating 57,600 jobs during Romney's tenure from 2003 to 2007, Northeastern University economist Andrew Sum pointed out that Massachusetts' performance lagged well behind the national average. As Reuters reported:
"The state lagged the U.S. average during that period in job creation, economic growth and wage increases.
As a strict labor market economist looking at the record, Massachusetts did very poorly during the Romney years, he [Sum] said. "On every measure you've got, the state was a substantial under-performer."
Two weeks ago, the New York Post, surely no friend of Democrats, documented Mitt Romney's career as a vulture capitalist. As John Kosman detailed, Romney didn't merely produce a "spotty jobs record" when he ran Bain Capital. During a time when he retained a controlling stake, his company reaped huge paydays on investments in firms that later went belly up.

For example, the leveraged buyout of medical testing company Dade Behring by Bain and Goldman Sachs in 1994 was followed eight years later by Dade's failure in 2002. But not until Bain Capital had extracted a rich reward:
Bain reduced Dade's research and development spending to 6 to 7 percent of sales, while its peers allocated between 10 and 15 percent. Dade in June 1999 used the savings as part of the basis to borrow $421 million. Dade then turned around and used $365 million from the loan to buy shares from its owners, giving them a 4.3 times return on their investment.
Bain's slash and burn business model didn't end there. As Kosman explained in the Post:
Bain in 1988 put $5 million down to buy Stage Stores, and in the mid-'90s took it public, collecting $100 million from stock offerings. Stage filed for bankruptcy in 2000.
Bain in 1992 bought American Pad & Paper (AMPAD), investing $5 million, and collected $100 million from dividends. The business filed for bankruptcy in 2000.
Bain in 1993 invested $60 million when buying GS Industries, and received $65 million from dividends. GS filed for bankruptcy in 2001.
Bain in 1997 invested $46 million when buying Details, and made $93 million from stock offerings. The company filed for bankruptcy in 2003.
Of course, Romney's tenure at Bain also produced some big wins - and job gains - at firms like Staples and Domino's Pizza. But as it turns out, Romney's old employer was also creating jobs in Iran.

That revelation came to light four years ago in the run up to Romney's failed 2008 bid for the Republican nomination. His pathetic 24-hour crusade for disinvestment from Iran lasted just as long as it took the press to uncover Bain's business connections with Tehran.

Following the lead of once and future Israeli Prime Minister (and one-time colleague at Boston Consulting Group) Benjamin Netanyahu, Romney began his grandstanding on Iranian disinvestment by targeting the Democratic-controlled states of New York and Massachusetts. On February 22, 2007, Romney sent letters to then New York Governor Eliot Spitzer, Senators Chuck Schumer and Hillary Clinton as well as state comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli urging a policy of "strategic disinvestment from companies linked to the Iranian regime."

As it turns out, scrutiny begins at home. As the AP detailed, Romney's former employer (Bain and Co.) and the company he founded (Bain Capital) had links to very recent Iranian business deals. Caught flat-footed by his hypocrisy that took the AP less than a day to uncover, Romney feebly responded that his crusade didn't apply to him:
"This is something for now-forward. I wouldn't begin to say that people who, in the past, have been doing business with Iran, are subject to the same scrutiny as that which is going on from a prospective basis."
As Chuck Todd and his NBC News colleagues suggested Monday, the "now-forward" Romney 3.0 launched this weekend in New Hampshire looks a lot like the buggy 1.0 version. After his flip-flopping failure as a hard right social conservative in 2008 and comic retreat from his signature achievement on health care, Mitt Romney is returning to his political roots as a proven business leader. Unfortunately for Romney, Americans have already seen this picture and already know how it ends.

Mitt Romney may want to be the Second MBA President. But Americans still haven't recovered from the first one.

UPDATE: The DNC responded to Romney's latest attack with a catalog of Mitt's dismal record of job creation in Massachusetts and job destruction at Bain. In a nutshell, "Romney's private sector career consisted of profiting off of laying off thousands of workers. Romney's job creation record in Massachusetts was one of the worst in the country."