Saturday, June 11, 2016

KIng of the Cucks says.....Why doesn't he lie down like a dog when they say he is racist and won't release his taxes.....You don't want to get the Sleaze Stream Media upset....#Hillary2016


Brietbart News by ALEX SWOYER10 Jun 2016Washington, DC

Failed 2012 Republican nominee Mitt Romney again put pressure on presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump to release his tax returns.

“He doesn’t pay taxes. He doesn’t have much income. He’s receiving income from unsavory sources. He has ownership in enterprises that are perhaps associated with unsavory enterprises or nations or groups,” Romney stated during an interview on CNN on Friday.

“There’s something in those taxes that’s even worse than shooting someone on Fifth Avenue,” Romney jabbed, referencing a joke Trump made about his supporters not leaving him, even if he shot someone.
“He will follow one excuse after the other to say why he can’t,” Romney added. “And he’ll never release them because there’s something in there that he feels is worse for him than shooting someone on Fifth Avenue.”

Trump has cited an IRS audit as the reason for not releasing his tax returns.
The famed cuckservative standard bearer made no mention of the millions of dollars that the Clinton foundation realized from companies that did business with the State Department during Hillary's tenure as Secretary of State. He made no mention of a $100 million dollar donation to the Clinton Foundation by the Lundin Group a "blood diamond" consortium that in return received a delay in the certification process of "Human Rights" as defined by the US Congress in it's operations in the Congo. The Mormon moralist made no mention of the $16 million dollar fee collected by Bill Clinton from a for profit University. Nor did he mention the appointment of an unqualified contribution bundler and commodity trader to the most top secret foreign intelligence committee in return for campaign contributions. He deemed these things to be irrelevant and instead insisted that we focus on Mr. Trumps tax returns because what might be something there is disqualifying unlike what we already know about Hillary and the Clinton Foundation which is normal and acceptable behavior on both sides of the aisle.
Mr. Romney simply stated that we have to keep "our priorities straight." That voters are children who are having a tantrum and need to be corrected by Daddy. The entire media and the establishment of both parties heartily agree and will be broadcasting the message of this utter failure 24/7 until the mob comes to it's senses.

12 comments:

AllenS said...

LOSER!

Methadras said...

Another person I'm losing respect for. God dammit. This whole release your taxes because you are running for president bullshit needs to end. Fuck that shit, Trump or anyone else is not obligated to you to release a thing. I have zero issues with my taxes and if I ran for any public office I would go tell you to go fuck yourself if you even thought that I should release my taxes. Fuck off assholes.

Third Coast said...

I thought Mitt was a decent person, but the mask is slowly slipping. What's underneath appears to be pretty ugly.

AprilApple said...

Trump should say he'll release his taxes as soon as Obama releases his college transcripts.

Trooper York said...

Trump should release his tax returns when the Clinton foundation releases it's list of contributions.

Methadras said...

AprilApple said...

Trump should say he'll release his taxes as soon as Obama releases his college transcripts.


Or any of his articles, thesis, or papers when he was a senior lecturer at University of Chicago that named him an 'acting' professor of Constitutional Studies. I'd like to see what he's written, but not one of any of his supporters can name a single paper he's written. Not one.

rcocean said...

All Romney is doing is help elect Hillary. His comments about "trickle down racism" will be featured in a million upcoming Democrat attack ads. His "handlers" must have worked all day to come up with his smear on Trump.

It seems that Mitt was stupid enough to release his taxes and now wants Trump to be just as Dumb.

What a loser.

Chip Ahoy said...

One of the necklaces in the Tut exhibit looks exactly like a string of Necco wafers. That was my favorite joke. Because the necklace is right there, 4,000 years old and looks like you can break one off and eat it. And it will be powdery-sweet. Like this family picture. They're ready for their family Easter egg hunt. Adorbs. Superman and his cis-normal family.

"Get all the boys to put on their blue shirt, and all the girls in their pink dress. We're having a family picture and I want it to look united. "

"Aw, Honey, that sounds nice."

edutcher said...

This was a doge by Harry Reid to make Romney look bad, so now they use it against Trump.

Talk about Stockholm Syndrome.

Methadras said...

Another person I'm losing respect for. God dammit.

Have to agree, dude. I thought he was a pretty good man until all this happened.

windbag said...

Trump's reputation as a deal maker makes me think (hope) that he'll use this pressure to counter with demands like have been mentioned, as well as others: Obama's college transcripts, the Clinton Foundation's contributor list, Hillary's medical records, Bill's annual penicillin intake, Hillary's annual Muscatel intake. It'll be disappointing if he doesn't turn the tables on them. I mean, that's what everyone is counting on him doing for the next five months, right?

Synova said...

Romney would have probably been a decent president. Certainly every bit as good a president as Obama and very likely a better president than Obama.

But the thing is this... being practically squeaky clean and having exemplary finances did him no good whatsoever. Romney, who's primary and perhaps *only* real failing was in being extraordinarily boring, was portrayed as a terrifying radical, uber conservative, nascent theocracy imposing, woman hating, lunatic.

And while I'm not at all sure what I think of Trump (is he a just punishment for the nation and viable alternative to Hillary or not?) it's not at all hard to understand his appeal.

And one thing is most certainly and indisputably true... there is no possible way that a Republican candidate, no matter who they are, no matter how amazing, wouldn't be portrayed as a terrifying radical, uber conservative, nascent theocracy imposing, woman hating, lunatic. So at this point... grab that ball and run with it is the only *sane* response.

chickelit said...

Have to agree, dude. I thought he was a pretty good man until all this happened.

Make that three of us. When Romeny ran, I defended him, and ended up voting for him. He's destroying his appeal to a growing number of people.