THE SIMPLE LIFE with ‘Redneck’ Jeff Foxworthy & Mitt ‘the Mormon’ Romney

YOU MIGHT BE A MITT-NECK……..

 
“I talked to Romney, and I asked him: ‘Can you fix this?’ He looked at me point blank, and he said ‘Yes, it’s a mess, and I can fix it.‘”  – Jeff Foxworthy
 
 

 
Of late, the Manchurian Mormon Madoff has been posing as as son of the South, trolling around Mississippi and Alabama with redneck caricature and comedian Jeff Foxworthy. Romney’s Southern Strategy thus seems centered around pandering to stereotypes,  professing a love of hunting,  cheesy grits and catfish. It may or may not pay off today. As reported by the Boston Herald ‘Mitt Romney’s grits and catfish goes too far for southern critics.’ Watching the Mormon touring the Southern United States, however, is like watching a foreign tourist in Times Square looking up at the skyscrapers taking pictures.  Romney  looks like a tourist in his own country. Every day presents more opportunities for the Mormon Bishop whose ‘Southern Problem’ is National’ to find a ‘Dukakis moment’ as he makes his ‘weak argument’ to the American people.  Frankly, it is even more painful to listen to Romney talk about his penchant for catfish, cheesy grits and hunting than watching Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie in the Simple Life. Just like Paris, Romney has a southern sidekick in Jeff Foxworthy for good measure. But unlike the two dudes with  mom jeans at least Paris Hilton and her sidekick Nicole Richie had Daisy Dukes on to keep your attention. You might be something worse than a redneck if like Jeff Foxworthy, you prostitute yourself shilling  for a  hollow, barren, political chameleon who is the most fundamentally dishonest man to ever run for the Presidency. Foxworthy and the Mormon Madoff, what a combo. Truth told, he is hardly the only one ’shilling for Romney.’

WHAT ABOUT LARRY THE CABLE GUY?

WHAT ABOUT LARRY THE CABLE GUY?

While  I so do appreciate Foxworthy’s critical endorsement, more discerning voters may want to know what Larry the Cable Guy thinks. Does Larry think that Mitt Romney can ‘git er done’ ,when it comes to the economy?  Today, we are about to see whether the man who talks to voters like we are all a bunch of fifth graders, unable to discern from his ‘limitless dishonesty’ about matters of import, is right. Are  the folks in Alabama or Ole Miss not smarter than a fifth grader?  As skeptic voters head to the polls, will they fall for the Romney Con? Or will they just laugh amongst themselves about who let the dork out?

THE MORMON FACTOR IN THE DEEP SOUTH

THE MORMON FACTOR IN THE DEEP SOUTH

Since the hollow man, famous for his politically expedient, chameleon like manner that allows him to shapeshift from one issue to another, appears to now be opening up across the South, it might be a useful time for the charlatan and former King of Bain to come forth with some honest discussion about his cult.  Regardless of what happens to Romney’s candidacy today in the deep South, as reported in the LA Times, there may be just no getting over Romney and the Mormon factor. Voter’s across this country see Romney’s religion as highly relevant, including apostates of Mormonism who also share the name Romney. The American people from the East to the rural heartland to the South seem a little more than farklempt on Romney’s unusual faith. Romney has served as a high priest in the racist Utah based LDS Mormon Cult, one founded by convicted con-artist and polygamist pedophile Joseph Smith. The folks who he informed of his love for cheesy grits, however, might not be so down with that cheesy shit, in terms of Romney’s Mormonism, especially if Romney details how Jesus intends to return to the promised land in Missouri. Truth is Conservatives may think it is Kansas anyway. After you get done clicking your heels three times saying ‘I want to go back to Kansas‘, maybe they may listen to Romney’s discussion about baptizing Holocaust victims to warm their souls or the relation of black people to Satan.

Park Romney, an apostate of the LDS Mormon Church, in discussing whether Mitt Romney’s religion is a fair campaign issue stated:

I think the notion that a candidate’s religion should not be considered and weighed thoughtfully by his constituents is absurd. I think that journalists who promote this naïve and simple minded notion as “appropriate” do a great disservice to important public dialogue that should be promoted and not discouraged. Clearly, the arbitrary and dogmatic rejection of a candidate for superficial religious reasons is equally absurd. Unfortunately, as is so often the case in our society, we tend toward the oversimplification of most issues that leads us to unreasonable dogmatic extremes on either side of the polemic debates. Mitt Romney’s Mormon faith is absolutely an issue. The relevance of this was seen in his flip flop on the subject of a woman’s right to choose as he moved from a gubernatorial race to a national bid for the presidency. He explains away his flip flop on this issue with his story of an epiphany on the subject of the right of the unborn child. This is a religious epiphany that is consistent with the prevailing religious pressure on the subject asserted by the leadership of the Mormon Church. There will be denials of this. Don’t be fooled. Imagine a Mormon president in the 80’s who might have been confronted with the question of the Equal Rights amendment to the Constitution. The Mormon Church decided that the question of this amendment was a “moral issue” and therefore felt that every member was obliged to follow the counsel of the Church in aggressively opposing this amendment. A considerable backlash resulted and I am sure the Mormon Church will be more circumspect in declaring publically its position on public policy in the future. However, the proposition 8 campaign in opposition to same sex marriage in California was heavily supported by the Mormon Church and considerable pressure was imposed on members to “take a position” by not so thinly veiled “unofficial” edicts of the Church. Once known, conformity with the Church’s position on a moral subject is thereafter considered a matter of worthiness for members of the Church. How anyone can argue that the relevance of this should be overlooked, is beyond me. It is an ignorant and unreasonable argument. Of course it matters. Mitt Romney is an active High Priest of the Mormon Church. This matters a lot! We are talking about a Church whose former prophet, Joseph Smith, declared himself King, and ordered the destruction of a private printing enterprise that was about to publish revelations about his personal indiscretions. We are talking about a Church known to have a significant history of serious political aspirations. This is NOT irrelevant. It should be concerning. At the same time… it is not all that matters. The Church supports many important and essential American values. It’s a complicated subject. Over-simplifying it does everyone a disservice.
Rick Santorum is shattering Mitt Romney’s inevitability argument.
The mainstream media subjects Roman Catholic Presidential candidate, Rick Santorum to endless questions about his Christian faith but Romney, a former Bishop in the Utah based LDS Mormon Cult, one that practices mind control on its adherents, gets off with basically some lame equivocation that he is sort of just another Christian, and that  questions about his faith should be directed to a Church leader.  But therein lies the rub, Romney is a church leader.  Now, if a Catholic priest or a Jewish rabbi were running for President, I suspect that he too might be asked whether and what role his Church would have in his administration. Mormonism is as Christian as Islam is a Judeo faith like Judaism.
Rick Santorum is shattering Mitt Romney’s inevitability argument.
It does not matter whether you are Christian or not, Romney is an objective fraudster and con-artist, just like the convicted con-artist and polygamist pedophile Joseph Smith, who founded a cult that has more present day apostates in 12 Step Recovery Programs, like drug addicts and alcoholics than any other faith. So many ex-Mormons are simply hoping to overcome the spiritual indoctrination of a predatory spiritual corporatist fraud that preys on its people. Some even believe that Romney should denounce the Mormon Church and its racist teachings, otherwise he is unfit for the White House.

 

ROMNEY – A HOLLOW MAN NEEDS FILLING

In the end, it may not be necessary. The man has every conceivable advantage one could ever hope for or imagine: extreme wealth, looks, education, connections — Wall Street, the media illuminati and the RNC establishment in his corner. Yet, despite all that Romney still cannot close the deal. What gives? You think a man who had four more years to work on all his short comings rather than sit around waiting to be anointed as the chosen one, might have used some of his $250-300 million dollars in wealth to say take a Dale Carnegie course, maybe read the book, ‘How to Win Friends & Influence People’ or retain consultant, author and activisit Naomi Wolf to teach him how to resemble an actual human being rather than an android or alien pod, right?. The hollow man should have recognized sooner that he need some filling.
Rick Santorum is shattering Mitt Romney’s inevitability argument.
Romney’s marginal victories in Ohio and Michigan while outspending his opponents 12-1, were akin to Tom Brady’sNew England Patriots winning in over time vs. the champions of a Pop Warner Youth Football League. Romney is an aspiring billionaire with Wall Street, RNC establishment, DC establishment and the media illuminati in his corner running against a weak and fractured field that is so severely under financed, bordering on bankruptcy. Santorum is running on fumes, a wing and livin’ on a prayer. Romney has a special skill in making the common man feel more….common.
Rick Santorum is shattering Mitt Romney’s inevitability argument.
What is frightening is to consider what would have happened to Mitt if someone actually had the resources to wage a campaign against him? The illuminati keep pushing this soul less, duplicitous, shape-shifter forward down the throats of American citizens. Even as voters are  gagging the Romney machine moves on.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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