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posted on Aug, 1 2012 @ 11:47 PM
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Romney is a creepy crony capitalist Zionist Mormon..need I say more?

A vote for Romney is a vote for the NWO. A vote for Romney is a vote for definite war with Iran.

Everyone below was on Romneys OFFICIAL page.


Michael Chertoff (born November 28, 1953) was the second United States secretary of homeland security under President George W. Bush and co-author of the USA PATRIOT Act.



John F. Lehman, Jr. (born September 14, 1942) is an American investment banker and writer who served as Secretary of the Navy in the Reagan administration and in 2003–04 was a member of the 9/11 Commission.



Michael Vincent Hayden

He was Director of the National Security Agency (NSA) from 1999 to 2005. During his tenure as director, the longest in the history of the agency, he oversaw the controversial NSA surveillance of technological communications between persons in the United States and alleged foreign terrorist groups, which resulted in the NSA warrantless surveillance controversy.

On May 30, 2006 and again the following day at the CIA lobby with President George W. Bush in attendance, Hayden was sworn in as the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency.



Cofer Black

From 2005 until 2008, Black was Vice Chairman of Blackwater USA, a US-based private security firm which is the State Department's biggest security contractor. He had a 28-year career in the Directorate of Operations at the Central Intelligence Agency



Robert Kagan (born September 26, 1958 in Athens, Greece) is an American historian, author and foreign policy commentator at the Brookings Institution. He is a co-founder of the now-defunct neoconservative political organization Project for the New American Century



Meghan O'Sullivan With Stephen Hadley, she is also credited as being one of the original advocates in the White House of the "surge" strategy of 2007 [4]O'Sullivan was the point person in charge of the Afghan war for the White House.



Pierre-Richard Prosper (born 1963 in Denver, Colorado, USA) is an American lawyer, prosecutor and former government official. He served as the second United States Ambassador-at-Large for War Crimes Issues under President George W. Bush from 2001 to 2005



Mitchell Reiss He was also selected to be a White House Fellow and was assigned to the National Security Council, where he worked both for Brent Scowcroft and Colin Powell.



Daniel Samuel Senor, known as Dan Senor (born November 6, 1971), is a Fox News contributor. In the lead-up to the 2003 invasion of Iraq and during the fighting, Senor was a Pentagon and White House advisor based in Doha, Qatar at U.S. Central Command Forward;



Jim Talent, In 2001, Talent worked for Washington lobbying firm, Arent Fox,[14] earning $230,000. During this time Talent was not allowed to directly lobby Congress, and he was not licensed to practice law in Washington, leading some Democratic opponents to accuse the lobbying firm of using his appointment as an illegal conduit to donate toward his upcoming Senate race



Vin Weber He is a member of the Project for the New American Century (PNAC) and was one of the signers of the PNAC Letter sent to US President Bill Clinton dated January 26, 1998, advocating "the removal of Saddam Hussein’s regime from power" along with Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld and 29 other notable Republicans.[3]

Currently, Weber is managing partner of the Washington, D.C. branch of lobbying firm Clark & Weinstock. In 2006, Weber's firm received $360,297 from home mortgage giant Freddie Mac to lobby on their behalf.[3]


All these people are creepy neo-cons
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posted on Aug, 2 2012 @ 12:01 AM
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Cofer Black

From 2005 until 2008, Black was Vice Chairman of Blackwater USA, a US-based private security firm which is the State Department's biggest security contractor. He had a 28-year career in the Directorate of Operations at the Central Intelligence Agency


That is one of the more troubling individuals on that list. The VP of Blackwater aka Xe aka Academi. Exactly how many war crimes were these goons responsible for?

No thanks.



posted on Aug, 2 2012 @ 12:10 AM
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There are other sources.

Mitt Romney's Neocon War Cabinet
(thenation.com)


Romney is loath to mention Bush on the campaign trail, for obvious reasons, but today they sound like ideological soul mates on foreign policy. Listening to Romney, you’d never know that Bush left office bogged down by two unpopular wars that cost America dearly in blood and treasure. Of Romney’s forty identified foreign policy advisers, more than 70 percent worked for Bush. Many hail from the neoconservative wing of the party, were enthusiastic backers of the Iraq War and are proponents of a US or Israeli attack on Iran. Christopher Preble, a foreign policy expert at the Cato Institute, says, “Romney’s likely to be in the mold of George W. Bush when it comes to foreign policy if he were elected.” On some key issues, like Iran, Romney and his team are to the right of Bush. Romney’s embrace of the neoconservative cause—even if done cynically to woo the right—could turn into a policy nightmare if he becomes president.

If we take the candidate at his word, a Romney presidency would move toward war against Iran; closely align Washington with the Israeli right; leave troops in Afghanistan at least until 2014 and refuse to negotiate with the Taliban; reset the Obama administration’s “reset” with Russia; and pursue a Reagan-like military buildup at home. The Washington Monthly dubbed Romney’s foreign policy vision the “more enemies, fewer friends” doctrine, which is chillingly reminiscent of the world Obama inherited from Bush.



And old war dog Colin Powell has nothing to kind to say about Mitt's team of Neocons:

Colin Powell Trashes Mitt Romney's Team Of Foreign Policy Advisers
(huffingtonpost.com)


WASHINGTON -- Former Secretary of State Colin Powell on Wednesday questioned Mitt Romney's choice in foreign policy advisers, saying that some are so right-wing that the advice they give deserves "second thought."

"I don't know who all of his advisers are, but I've seen some of the names and some of them are quite far to the right. And sometimes they might be in a position to make judgments or recommendations to the candidate that should get a second thought," Powell said during an appearance on MSNBC's "Morning Joe."


Romney's team of about 40 foreign policy advisers includes many who hail from the neoconservative wing of the party, according to a May analysis conducted by the The Nation. Many were enthusiastic supporters of the Iraq War, and many are proponents of a U.S. or Israeli attack on Iran.


If anyone should know, it would be Powell. He is calling it like it is. Romney is laying the groundwork for the neocons to start yet another war, and I would hazard a guess that a war with Iran will cost a whole lot more than Iraq and Afghanistan combined. This is just further proof the neocons are out to transfer what wealth America has left into their and their fellow Military Industrial Complex cohorts pockets. The wealthy will get richer, the banks will get richer, the MIC will get richer, and who will pay for it all? You.



posted on Aug, 2 2012 @ 12:17 AM
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Since some members are making a strawman argument against the Web site in the OP, here is another link (from a conservative-leaning site):

Insiders: Mitt Romney's Neocon, Hawkish Advisors on Foreign Policy

Both sites (Addictinginfo and The New American) use the same list from the WSJ article. To see that list you need to pay for the WSJ subscription.

Along with Vice President Cheney's endorsement last week as Governor Romney being the only man qualified to handle the upcoming crisis he foresee's in his head, these names Henry Kissinger, James Baker and George Shultz, Cofer Black,: Eliot Cohen, Condoleezza Rice, and Paula Dobriansky, John Bolton, John Lehman....



posted on Aug, 2 2012 @ 01:01 AM
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Mitt's handlers are the same as Bush's what more can you say? Not that it matters war with Iran is going to happen no matter which puppet wins.It's what the TPTB wants.



posted on Aug, 2 2012 @ 01:56 AM
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If this thread was about "Obama's Communist Regime" it'd have a million flags, and stars by now.



posted on Aug, 2 2012 @ 01:58 AM
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I'll be voting for ABAR in November

Anything But A Republican


Mitt Romney is a dangerous man for the middle class/poor and for the rest of the world.



posted on Aug, 2 2012 @ 02:12 AM
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Originally posted by bjax9er
blah blah blah.

should we name the marxists consulting obama?

haliburtons revenue up 39% under obama.


Exactly, turn off your brain and vote for the suppose liberals
Romney is surrounding himself with, urrr duurrrr



posted on Aug, 2 2012 @ 06:27 AM
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Originally posted by RealSpoke
If this thread was about "Obama's Communist Regime" it'd have a million flags, and stars by now.

Romney isn't going to win. He's almost a has-been at this point.
I refer to him as an 'also ran' or a 'wanted to be'. He's really not of much interest.
If a republican gets in office in 2016 (but with Hillary running in 2016 I doubt it) then
you'd see more jabs at the republican ... just like when Bush43 was in office there were
TONS of threads about how evil Bush was.



posted on Aug, 2 2012 @ 07:01 AM
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Originally posted by RealSpoke
If this thread was about "Obama's Communist Regime" it'd have a million flags, and stars by now.


Who is in power now, and seems like a useless meaningless individual who has done NOTHING to help any situation ?

Tell us about the great policies and "Change We Can Believe In"...as in "even faster change than Bush" too the DARK SIDE.

Point is, he is just as bad of scum as the NEXT guy, and your sarcasm, as usual makes no sense.



posted on Aug, 2 2012 @ 09:59 AM
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Originally posted by RealSpoke
If this thread was about "Obama's Communist Regime" it'd have a million flags, and stars by now.


Yep, I too have noticed the right wing ignore threads like this. I believe it is to keep them off the front page.

Ignore anti right wing threads and spam anti left wing threads.



posted on Aug, 2 2012 @ 10:41 AM
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The NEOCONS are back with Romney!

“They are a scary bunch and dangerous” warned General Colin Powell. “Of Romney’s 24 special foreign advisers 17 served Bush-Cheney” cautioned Rep. Adam Smith.

Remember NEOCONS led America into its $4 trillion fiasco against IRAQ. Soon, NEOCONS will derail this country with a misadventure against IRAN – and Romney will be their servile “sock puppet.”


Video at link below;
Romney Encircled by NEOCONS: US Foreign Policy Outsourced to Israel (July 30, 2012)



posted on Aug, 2 2012 @ 10:48 AM
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I thought that Obama ran Bush's third term. You must mean his fourth term, back to a more conventional Bush term maybe, but still the fourth.



posted on Aug, 2 2012 @ 10:54 AM
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The worst thing about Obama's presidency was keeping in place to many Bush Neocon doctrines, as far as prosecuting the war in the Middle East.

Reverting back to the very team of Neocons who gave us those wars is hardly a step up. It's "Project for the New American Century" all over again (well, they never really left power).



posted on Aug, 2 2012 @ 10:58 AM
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Has anybody stopped to think what Obama will do in his second term or are you all too blind to see this puppet has been put in place to destroy our Republic?

"Tell Vladimir, I will have more flexibility after the election."

I wish people would think on their own a little around here.instead of relying on the DNC mantras.

I hope the mods delete the entire thread instead of just letting the supporters cast their propaganda and then closing discussion so it still appears like the last one.

Here is a list of Obama's boys and girls if you want to bother to see who he surrounds himself with.
Obama's Buddies


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posted on Aug, 2 2012 @ 11:13 AM
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here's some more input:


An Inexperienced Romney and his Neocon Bush Foreign Policy Advisors

Posted by AzBlueMeanie:

One of the things that ought to give anyone pause about Willard "Mittens" Romney is that he has surrounded himself with the Neoconservative war mongers from George W. Bush's presidency who gave us the bogus intelligence for an unnecessary war in Iraq that cost us so much in American lives and treasure. Not to mention set this country on a dark course to illegal torture and rendition as if we are the old Soviet Union.

These guys ought to be on trial for war crimes before a Nuremberg Tribunal-style court, not walking around free to peddle their "American Century" Pax Americana Empire wet dreams to Tea-Publican candidates for president.

Twenty three of Romney's senior advisers served under Bush in some capacity, several serving in key roles in the administration. Here is the full list of Mitt Romney's national security team.

There has been some very good reporting on Romney's Neocon foreign policy advisors recently:

Mitt Romney's Neocon War Cabinet | The Nation
The Romney-Bush mind meld - Salon.com
Mitt Romney's Dangerous Foreign Policy Team: Nostalgic for Bush, Hellbent for War With Iran - Alternet.org


source:
An Inexperienced Romney and his Neocon Bush Foreign Policy Advisors


Mitt Romney is done. He is running on:
- being a multimillionaire who outsourced jobs
- hiding his fortune offshore in tax havens and swiss bank accounts
- using the same team of neocons that drove America into the ground
- being a Wall Street banker looking to ease regulations on banking

Romney's a traitor to everything American principles stand for.



posted on Aug, 2 2012 @ 11:27 AM
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Oh dear god, Kissinger? Seriously...Kissinger? "Military men are dumb stupid animals" Kissinger?
portland.indymedia.org...


In their December 1975 Foreword to "The Final Days", Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein state that the book is based on interviews and re-interviews with 394 people, concentrating on the last 100 days of Nixon's administration. None of the quotes or information in the book is individually footnoted or referenced--they do mention that "we did not accord equal weight to all sources," and that "nothing in this book has been reconstructed without accounts from at least two people."

Authors Woodward and Bernstein also note that "The Final Days" is "the work of four people. Scott Armstrong, a former Senate Watergate Committee investigator, and Al Kamen, a free-lance writer/researcher, assisted us full time in the reporting, research and some of the writing."

Kissinger's quote regarding miltary men comes from Chapter 14, which extensively discusses Al Haig, Kissinger and other Nixon staff advisors' negotiations and differences over national security issues during the 1969-1974 period.

The exact, direct quote marks begin with the word 'dumb' and terminate after the word 'used'.

Here is the FULL KISSINGER QUOTE verbatim from the bottom two lines of page 194 to line 14 of page 195:


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[paragraph]
In Haig's presence, Kissinger referred pointedly to military men as "dumb, stupid animals to be used" as pawns for foreign policy. Kissinger often took up a post outside the doorway to Haig's office and dressed him down in front of the secretaries for alleged acts of incompetence with which Haig was not even remotely involved. Once when the Air Force was authorized to resume bombing of North Vietnam, the planes did not fly on certain days because of bad weather. Kissinger assailed Haig. He complained bitterly that the generals had been screamin for the limits to be taken off but that now their pilots were afraid to go up in a little fog. The country needed generals who could win battles, Kissinger said, not good briefers like Haig.

[paragraph]
On another occasion, when Haig was leaving for a trip to Cambodia to meet with Premier Lon Nol, Kissinger escorted him to a staff car, where reporters and a retinue of aides waited. As Haig bent to get into the automobile, Kissinger stopped him and began polishing the single star on his shoulder. "Al, if you're a good boy, I'll get you another one," he said.
====================

SOURCE:

Bob Woodward & Carl Bernstein
The Final Days
second Touchstone paperback edition (1994)
Chapter 14, pp. 194-195



Seriously, dont these feckers ever die? Why must we be tormented by their parasitic evil minded ways forever?



posted on Aug, 2 2012 @ 11:29 AM
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Obviously, the likes of Kissinger and Cheney feed on the blood of unicorns. Maybe it's just their hatred and desire to rule the world that sustains them. Either that or the Illuminati have an amazing health care plan in place.



posted on Aug, 2 2012 @ 11:43 AM
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Originally posted by pointr97

Originally posted by bjax9er
blah blah blah.

should we name the marxists consulting obama?

haliburtons revenue up 39% under obama.


I'm sorry, but I don't see how Obama is part of this thread.


Or Halliburton??



posted on Aug, 2 2012 @ 12:00 PM
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Originally posted by Blackmarketeer
reply to post by crawdad1914
 


Obviously, the likes of Kissinger and Cheney feed on the blood of unicorns. Maybe it's just their hatred and desire to rule the world that sustains them. Either that or the Illuminati have an amazing health care plan in place.


Probably true.


And on another note, where the hell is Rumsfeld?
How the hell did he not get invited to the party?
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