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Mitt Romney Allegedly Lied in Court to Screw Over Friend's Wife

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posted on Oct, 26 2012 @ 06:46 AM
Lying is a prerequisite for leadership. Together with his overall 'Bush-like' bumbling incompetency, it makes Romney a good candidate for the US presidency...

"We live in a country in which a person cannot get elected president if he
openly doubts the existence of heaven and hell. This is truly remarkable,
given that there is no other body of "knowledge" that we
require our political leaders to master. Even a hairstylist must pass a
licensing exam before plying his trade in the United States, and yet
those given the power to make war and national policy?those whose
decisions will inevitably affect human life for generations?are not
expected to know anything in particular before setting to work. They
do not have to be political scientists, economists, or even lawyers;
they need not have studied international relations, military history,
resource management, civil engineering, or any other field of knowledge
that might be brought to bear in the governance of a modern
superpower; they need only be expert fund-raisers, comport themselves
well on television, and be indulgent of certain myths. In our
next presidential election, an actor who reads his Bible would almost
certainly defeat a rocket scientist who does not. Could there be any
clearer indication that we are allowing unreason and otherworldliness
to govern our affairs?
" -Sam Harris

posted on Oct, 26 2012 @ 08:45 AM
reply to post by SassyCass

All he did was give his opinion on the value of Staples stock. Did he lie? Perhaps, but that will never be proven.

posted on Oct, 26 2012 @ 11:14 AM
President Barack Obama has already taken a

position on this topic: The President will
NOT call

him out on the issue.

Some things are just too sacred to defile...

even for the Oval Office.

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