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Romney Ridiculed Helping Hurricane Victims

You can’t make this stuff up. No matter what you do MSNBC will find a way to slant news. Intolerant haters of anything not left.

“A presidential candidate who gives $$ MILLIONS $$ of dollars a year to charity does a storm relief event in Ohio, and an MSNBC anchor is disgusted by it because the Red Cross would prefer people donating cash.”

The Mormons are WORLD FAMOUS for disaster preparedness with it being part of every Mormon family’s duty to have survival kits in their homes and cars. Homes usually have enough canned food and water to last the family a month, but three months of being self sufficient is part of their way of life.

MSNBC Ridicules Romney for Collecting Food and Supplies for Sandy Victims:

corrupt media is corrupt…

It is outrageous, but the only good thing that will come from an Obama second term (assuming there is one) is the fact the corrupt media will have 4 more years to marinate in their own filth like the swine they are, speeding up the changing of the guard.

New Media will see its day, and journalism will have some integrity once again.

[quote]conservativedog wrote:
You can’t make this stuff up. No matter what you do MSNBC will find a way to slant news. Intolerant haters of anything not left.

“A presidential candidate who gives $$ MILLIONS $$ of dollars a year to charity does a storm relief event in Ohio, and an MSNBC anchor is disgusted by it because the Red Cross would prefer people donating cash.”

The Mormons are WORLD FAMOUS for disaster preparedness with it being part of every Mormon family’s duty to have survival kits in their homes and cars. Homes usually have enough canned food and water to last the family a month, but three months of being self sufficient is part of their way of life.

MSNBC Ridicules Romney for Collecting Food and Supplies for Sandy Victims:

Don’t be shocked my friend. This is how the MSLM reelects Obama. They make Obama look Presidential during the storm and drive Romney down for trying to help. Their desired result Obama wins the election.

As I’ve said over and over again it is difficult to beat a sitting President when the media is in his hip pocket.

Thank God that shit is over soon.

LOL…that was awesome.

And every Dem will defend MSNBC as being ABSOLUTELY right.

In that video they say Obama is being compassionate by stating that the Red Cross is doing their job. Also, they say that by going to visit the site of the destruction he is very compassionate and shows a true difference between the candidates. I’m pretty sure it is the president’s job to go to the site. So you’re telling me that Romney, by holding a food drive isn’t being compassionate and trying to help the American people. These people are disgusting. Not one time do they say Romney’s food drive, although going against guidelines, is compassionate and a beneficial to the victims. Idiots…

the difference between Obama and Romney? Obama tells people to go to the government website for help, except the people who might need help have no electricity, Romney rolls up his sleeves and gets stuff done.

But if there are no evil rich who will give the Red Cross the cash they need? I hope MSNBC reporters hold their breath counting on donations from AlGore or Biden.

[quote]cwill1973 wrote:
But if there are no evil rich who will give the Red Cross the cash they need? I hope MSNBC reporters hold their breath counting on donations from AlGore or Biden.[/quote]

What about John Kerry, I mean the left didn’t care when the out of touch milionarie ran on tehir ticket.

[quote]countingbeans wrote:

[quote]cwill1973 wrote:
But if there are no evil rich who will give the Red Cross the cash they need? I hope MSNBC reporters hold their breath counting on donations from AlGore or Biden.[/quote]

What about John Kerry, I mean the left didn’t care when the out of touch milionarie ran on tehir ticket.[/quote]

I read an article during the summer that mentioned that very thing. Romney was mentioned as being “rich” or a “millionaire” something like 200 times over a given period of days by the corrupt MSLM. During that same time period in 2004 they mentioned John Kerry as being wealthy under 10 times.

And…that’s why it’s difficult to beat a sitting president who has the media on his side. I know you’re all sick of me saying this but trust me what Romney is trying to do is NOT going to be easy. And this Hurricane makes it even more difficult.

Hey Andrea Mitchell, wish your investigative ‘journalism’ extended to Benghazi. The biased media argument is now over. As their most prominent critic here, I declare Zeb the victor.

[quote]countingbeans wrote:

[quote]cwill1973 wrote:
But if there are no evil rich who will give the Red Cross the cash they need? I hope MSNBC reporters hold their breath counting on donations from AlGore or Biden.[/quote]

What about John Kerry, I mean the left didn’t care when the out of touch milionarie ran on tehir ticket.[/quote]

What??? Don’t you remember the media crying about how Kerry married into the Heinz fortune who made their money off the backs of their abused and downtrodden ketchup factory workers?

[quote]cwill1973 wrote:

[quote]countingbeans wrote:

[quote]cwill1973 wrote:
But if there are no evil rich who will give the Red Cross the cash they need? I hope MSNBC reporters hold their breath counting on donations from AlGore or Biden.[/quote]

What about John Kerry, I mean the left didn’t care when the out of touch milionarie ran on tehir ticket.[/quote]

What??? Don’t you remember the media crying about how Kerry married into the Heinz fortune who made their money off the backs of their abused and downtrodden ketchup factory workers?[/quote]

Not really no. I also don’t remember the left hating him for his money or saying he didn’t earn his money, you know, because a blue tie makes him super different than Romney.

I mean, picking him to be Mitt in debate prep was such a slap in the face to the entire fucking party, and no one, not one comedian or writer of influence used the best fodder given to them in ages…

I was sad.

[quote]stefan128 wrote:
In that video they say Obama is being compassionate by stating that the Red Cross is doing their job. Also, they say that by going to visit the site of the destruction he is very compassionate and shows a true difference between the candidates. I’m pretty sure it is the president’s job to go to the site. So you’re telling me that Romney, by holding a food drive isn’t being compassionate and trying to help the American people. These people are disgusting. Not one time do they say Romney’s food drive, although going against guidelines, is compassionate and a beneficial to the victims. Idiots…[/quote]

What guidelines does it go against? When I didn’t have $10 to give, I’d bring stuff I already owned to supply drives. Many people do this and Red Cross sees it as a secondary, but an absolutely valid method of helping them out in their mission to give relief to victims.

[quote]countingbeans wrote:

[quote]cwill1973 wrote:

[quote]countingbeans wrote:

[quote]cwill1973 wrote:
But if there are no evil rich who will give the Red Cross the cash they need? I hope MSNBC reporters hold their breath counting on donations from AlGore or Biden.[/quote]

What about John Kerry, I mean the left didn’t care when the out of touch milionarie ran on tehir ticket.[/quote]

What??? Don’t you remember the media crying about how Kerry married into the Heinz fortune who made their money off the backs of their abused and downtrodden ketchup factory workers?[/quote]

Not really no. I also don’t remember the left hating him for his money or saying he didn’t earn his money, you know, because a blue tie makes him super different than Romney.

I mean, picking him to be Mitt in debate prep was such a slap in the face to the entire fucking party, and no one, not one comedian or writer of influence used the best fodder given to them in ages…

I was sad.[/quote]

Well, Kerry was a Vietnam vet you know. Anyway, using tax payer money in highly efficient government programs designed to help the poor is far more beneficial than some rich person directly contributing to a relief fund.

[quote]cwill1973 wrote:
Anyway, using tax payer money in highly efficient government programs designed to help the poor is far more beneficial than some rich person directly contributing to a relief fund.
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LOL…like hell it is.

[quote]cwill1973 wrote:

Well, Kerry was a Vietnam vet you know.[/quote]

I’m not sure what that has anything to do with the left suddenly changing their minds about rich people running for president.

[quote] Anyway, using tax payer money in highly efficient government programs designed to help the poor is far more beneficial than some rich person directly contributing to a relief fund.
[/quote]

You’re saying that the government is better than private charity?

Is that what you are saying? Really?

And just in case that is what you are saying, which programs are “highly efficient” at helping the poor?

[quote]countingbeans wrote:

[quote]cwill1973 wrote:

Well, Kerry was a Vietnam vet you know.[/quote]

I’m not sure what that has anything to do with the left suddenly changing their minds about rich people running for president.

[quote] Anyway, using tax payer money in highly efficient government programs designed to help the poor is far more beneficial than some rich person directly contributing to a relief fund.
[/quote]

You’re saying that the government is better than private charity?

Is that what you are saying? Really?

And just in case that is what you are saying, which programs are “highly efficient” at helping the poor? [/quote]

I’m just messing with you. I guess my sarcasm didn’t come across as well as I imagined it would.

[quote]cwill1973 wrote:

[quote]countingbeans wrote:

[quote]cwill1973 wrote:

Well, Kerry was a Vietnam vet you know.[/quote]

I’m not sure what that has anything to do with the left suddenly changing their minds about rich people running for president.

[quote] Anyway, using tax payer money in highly efficient government programs designed to help the poor is far more beneficial than some rich person directly contributing to a relief fund.
[/quote]

You’re saying that the government is better than private charity?

Is that what you are saying? Really?

And just in case that is what you are saying, which programs are “highly efficient” at helping the poor? [/quote]

I’m just messing with you. I guess my sarcasm didn’t come across as well as I imagined it would.
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It’s difficult to relay sarcasm in writing.

[quote]cwill1973 wrote:

[quote]countingbeans wrote:

[quote]cwill1973 wrote:

Well, Kerry was a Vietnam vet you know.[/quote]

I’m not sure what that has anything to do with the left suddenly changing their minds about rich people running for president.

[quote] Anyway, using tax payer money in highly efficient government programs designed to help the poor is far more beneficial than some rich person directly contributing to a relief fund.
[/quote]

You’re saying that the government is better than private charity?

Is that what you are saying? Really?

And just in case that is what you are saying, which programs are “highly efficient” at helping the poor? [/quote]

I’m just messing with you. I guess my sarcasm didn’t come across as well as I imagined it would.
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Well played in that case.

haha. I’ll be honest, I was flabbergasted here. Because based on your MSNBC post I though we were on the same page, and I wasn’t sure you were foolin or not.