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I just finished reading Mitt Romney's plan to save the American economy. It was "deja vu all over again". Imagine you had the opportunity to be president in 1929, just like Herbert Hoover. Only this time you knew what would happen if your policies on "trickle down" economics were implemented. Would you do something a little different?
Not Mitt Romney, who apparently slept through History classes at Harvard. He must have skipped his Political Science courses as well. The man is totally ignorant on the Separation of Powers that is the core of our U.S. Constitution. Romney promises to submit 5 bills to Congress the first day of his so-called presidency.
Note to Romney: Only members of Congress can submit Bills to Congress. You are running for President, remember? President's don't write legislation. They sign or veto it. Maybe you should consider a run for Congress before applying for the "Highest Office in the Land". Then you could submit all the bills to Congress that your little heart desires. Heck, you could submit a new Bill each and every day. Not just on Day 1.
Romney also promises to issue 5 new Executive Orders. Again, I would suggest he read the Constitution, so that he can learn the difference between being a legislature, and being a President. All Executive Orders are unconstitutional. Its part of that American Emperorer complex thingy that Romney seems to have going.
But, I digress. Here are Romney's proposals:
Bill 1: The American Competitiveness Act:
Reduces the corporate income tax rate to 25 percent.
One would hope that the guru of all business gurus would understand why corporations don't pay income taxes. Corporations pay out their profits as dividends to their stockholders. Or they reinvest them back in the company. You would think that one of the most infamous of all corporate raiders would know this my friends.
Since presidents are now writing Bills, might I make a suggestion? How about a Bill that forbids foreign individuals or corporations from owning or investing in American companies? Or one that raises import taxes (Tariffs) high enough to keep out manufactured goods that compete with American owned companies? If President/CongressmanRomney were to submit such a bill, he would lose his support from the Rothschilds and Rockefellers.
Bill 2: The Open Markets Act:
Implements the Colombia, Panama, and South Korea
Free Trade Agreements
With 25% real unemployment in America, I can see why the American worker needs more slave labor to compete against. From what I understand, Columbia's main export to the United States is Cocaine. Panama, I believe is marijuana. Since the Rothschilds, Rockefellers and other Illuminati have grown weary of flying these drugs in illegally through unregistered CIA planes, or muling them across the Mexican border.
Romneyomics sends a strong message to the average American: "Don't Worry, Be Happy."
Bill 3: The Domestic Energy Act:
"More leases on areas already approved for
Note to Romney: If you want more domestic oil production you would have to raise import taxes on oil brought in from other countries. In Utah, the Covenant Oil Field has enough oil to meet U.S. needs for the next 100 years, yet, their are only 18 producing wells. Tax imports and watch domestic oil production skyrocket. Refuse to tax oil imports and watch domestic wells lie vacant, no matter how many leases you hand out.
Also, when international companies like BP, Shell and Exxon, which are owned by the Rothschilds and Rockefellers, monopolize US oil reserves, bad things happen. Like foreign wars of aggression designed to steal other people's oil. Take Libya and Iraq for instance. Slave labor means higher profits for the international monopolies, and less work for Americans.
Bill 4: The Retraining Reform Act:
Make States Responsible for Retraining Unemployed
I can see how this one came about. Romney goes to bed, deeply disturbed by the collapsing economy, suddenly, a voice pierces the night, "Its the Retraining, Stupid!". Forget the fact that the States are already broke from O'Romneycare and other Federal mandates. Forget the fact that they don't have a printing press to manufacture money out of thin air. Forget the fact that this will have zero impact on anything except the voices that swirl around in MItt Romney's empty head.
Bill 5: The Down Payment on Fiscal Sanity Act
Cut spending by 20 billion dollars.
Romney hopes to do this by cutting non-discretionary spending by 5%. For the ill-informed, non-discretionary spending is the government's version of "petty cash". Maybe he should just put one of those little plastic dishes that say "Have a Penny, Leave It. Need a Penny, Take It." in all Federal buildings.
Notice his plan doesn't discuss toxic derivatives, credit-default swaps, sub-prime mortgages or other TAARP. If he were to do so, he would offend his largest campaign donors and bring disrepute to his own company, Bain Capital.
So, there you have it, my friends, the solution to all of America's economic woes. To his credit, Romney looks presidential. He even has that little graying sideburn thingy going on. He should change his campaign slogan to, "Trust me, I have Grayish Sideburns". I wonder if Mitt Romney knows how to spell potato, or that Herbert Hoover is not a vacuum cleaner.
One thing for sure. The guy is definitely good for a laugh or two. I give Ron Paul my full permission to quote from this article in any way he sees fit. At least he knows how to write Congressional Bills that actually matter.