Not a good neighbor

Just in case you got the deluded notion from our bashing of the Obama administration that Romney was a good choice as a neighbor or President…

Mitt Romney Once Harangued a Neighbor for Smoking Pot, Then Called the Cops by Mike Riggs

Mitt Romney is one uptight sonofabitch, according to his neighbors in La Jolla, Calif., where the GOP presidential nominee is known to be the kind of guy who will bust your chops if he catches you having a brew and a toke on the sand…

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9 Responses to Not a good neighbor

  1. Danas says:

    Mitt is smearing Obama and Obama is smearing Mitt. Third party has a good chance of winning. Or is America still only red and blue, no white?

    • War Vet says:

      Does the 3rd party candidate have chance? Who is worse in all ways (more than just pot and drug wars): Mitt or Obama. If a 3rd party candidate doesn’t have a chance, then its quite possible voting for a 3rd party candidate is a vote for Obama. So, who is the lesser of the two evils? Do we even think a 3rd Party has the chance of gaining the most Electorial College votes? If not and we still vote 3rd Party, we are logically casting two votes: one for our 3rd party hero and one for Obama. What do the polls say about Paul or Johnson?

      • darkcycle says:

        Let me answer your question with a question, War Vet. What makes you believe there will be any difference between either of the two major party candidates?
        For my own part, it became crystal clear about a year into Obama’s term that there was no difference between the policies of Obama and those under Bush. If anything, Obama pushed Bush’s policies even further. We’ve been suckered. This country is run by a small cabal of Banking and Corporate interests and the elections are a dog and pony show to distract and placate us. So as far as I’m can tell, there is not one single reason why I should be concerned which one gets it. I’m hoping to influence policy by helping to send a significant message via my vote for a third party.
        I campaigned for Obama, my wife made endless phone calls for him at Democratic HQ here. I gave him MONEY. I got shit on. No way in hell I’ll support him (or Romney)now.

  2. Common Science says:

    Romney willfully covered the ‘politician with malicious intent’ on camera very succinctly 5 years ago – securing at least one interrogation in the future prohibitionist roundup.

    … or at least to hell – in whatever religion he falls to, when he loses his grip from his gilded mortal coil.

  3. divadab says:

    WHo would Jesus arrest?

    Whose dog would Jesus shoot?

    Whose wife would Jesus truss up and humiliate in front of her children?

    WHose kids would Jesus take and place with strangers?

    All for daring to grow a plant, a gift of God.

    WHich Jesus is Romney worshipping? Anti-Jesus?

  4. Duncan20903 says:


    So far this entire campaign is “vote against the other guy” on both sides of the Demopublican coin. 2008 was special because people were actually voting for something. It’s a goddamn shame that Mr. Obama turned out to be nothing more than a standard issue politician that talked the talk.

    It appears to me that Mr. Johnson is going to be the highest vote getting Libertarian candidate. I admit that I do wonder if we’re going to see some degree of concession to incrementalism in the Libertarian party since Mr. Johnson is the least Libertarian candidate that they’ve ever nominated. It wouldn’t even be out of line to call him a LINO. Ed Clark’s vote total of almost 1 million votes in 1980 is still the record. 1980 also saw John Anderson get 5.7 million votes or 6.6% of the total and Ronald Reagan declare that his 50.7% of the vote was a “mandate” from the voters.,_1980

  5. allan says:

    There was no doubt when I first paid attn to Willard that he is indeed – as this story paints him – an uptight, lily white, puckered prick. I bet he can’t throw a ball worth a damn either… and catching it would have to be a new phenomenon for him.

  6. Servetus says:

    What this really means is that if the Romneys move into your neighborhood, your property values will go down.

    Truly a sad situation for all the innocent Romney neighbors.

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