Thursday, March 03, 2016

Messages to Mitt

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix


Published on Feb 23, 2016
Mitt Romney: “Donald Trump has shown an extraordinary ability to understand how our economy works and to create jobs, he has done it in Nevada and across the country. He is one of the few people who stood up and said China has taken jobs from Americans. We believe in free trade but we have to have a President to stand up and not allow people to cheat, day in and day out.”

Donald Trump’s political vision


Anonymous said...

Mitt wants to run again...maybe he,Bloomberg,Trump should all run under the new political party
---the VIP party (Very Insufferable People).

Anonymous said...

Jerry pdx
The media is up to it's usual games with serial killers, working overtime to make sure that the public perceives that serial killing is a white man's game. I spotted this headline on AOL, a white "serial killer" named Michael Elijah Adams was arrested about 5 years ago. A couple of things immediately jumped out at me when I read the article. First off, he's some kind of "enforcer", or member of a gang called "The Freight Train Riders of America", a criminal gang of transients that prey on other transients, stealing and killing. If a black man has killed multiple people over an extended period of time and is a member of a gang, he is not considered a serial killer. Why then is a white man considered one? Some of Mr. Adams crimes seem to have been done for thrill motives and were gruesome but I've read about black gangsters committing gruesome crimes, and often kill people who are not involved in gang activity, yet as far as the media and police are concerned they still don't fall under the category of serial killer.
The other thing is that there have been very few white serial killers apprehended in the last decade or so, around 70% have been black men and a certain percentage asian/hispanic but I've yet to see a mainstream headline article detailing the heinous crimes about any black serial killer. I've seen a few headlines about sentences being handed out but never stories that go into lurid detail about what they've done, they just say that such and such (black) serial killer was sentenced to another 80 yrs. and the story then disappears. I'm not sure how I missed this guy's story, maybe he didn't get as much attention as the usual white serial killer does, though it may be that they didn't realize until recently that he killed as many as he did, the kind of victims he had weren't the kind that are easily tracked. Loosk like the media is making up for it though, dredging up his story and pasting it as a headlines helps obscure the massive wave of black serial killers in the US.

I'm still mulling over putting him on the serial killer list but I don't think I really can do that with so many black gangster killers, who fit a similar profile, being omitted.