Given Romney's experience at Bain Capital, few were expecting Romney to be such an aggressively anti-corporate welfare presidential candidate. But upon close examination of his candidacy, we find he is the greatest anti-corporate welfare presidential candidate since William Jennings Bryan!
How did I arrive at this conclusion you ask. Read between the lines.
Did not Romney say: "Corporations are people".
Did not Romney say: "[T]here are 47 percent who are with him [Obama], who are dependent upon government, who believe that they are victims, who believe the government has a responsibility to care for them.... [M]y job is not to worry about those people. I'll never convince them they should take personal responsibility and care for their lives."
Romney is clearly talking about corporations, I mean people, like Exxon, Bank of America, General Electric, Chevron, Boeing, and Citigroup who have received tax refunds and bailouts from the Federal government, while not paying a penny in taxes. Talk about welfare queens that live off the work of janitors and farmers who have to pay payroll taxes.
What you don't believe me? Romney wouldn't go after these welfare queens you say.
The only way you could be right is if politicians don't follow the logical conclusions of their premises... Oh wait.
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