Mitt Romney Bought Endorsements

by 1389 on January 22, 2012

in 1389 (blog admin), 2010 US Elections, 2012 US Elections, corruption, RINOs, Tea Party

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Mitt Romney’s organization contributed to GOP candidates in 2010 to buy their endorsements in the 2012 GOP primaries. That means everyone who ran in 2010 as a Tea Party candidate and then endorsed Mitt Romney in the 2012 primaries is a sellout, a political prostitute, a turncoat, and a fraud.

And that’s just the beginning.

Not Romney

(h/t: no2liberals)

Uploaded by on Jan 17, 2012


If you still support Mitt after watching this, you should be stripped of your right to vote.

Conservatives will not vote for this FRAUD. Anyone who thinks that the FRAUD that is Willard “Mitt” Romney is a Conservative, is ignorant. TEA Partiers who ever supported this FRAUD should be embarrassed by their support of him. You are not a TEA Partier if you vote for Mitt.

Mitt should not be president. Ever. No matter how bad he wants to be.

Ann Barnhardt is the gal in the video. She was the driving force behind the making of this video.
Here’s the link to her original video: Barnhardt – Romney Go Home (41,175 views as of right now.)
Ann Barnhardt’s YouTube Channel:
Ann’s Blog:
About Ann:
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Romney vs. Romney on Campaign Finance Reform
Report: Short-Lived Firm Dissolves After $1 Million Pro-Romney Donation…
Firm gives $1 million to pro-Romney group, then dissolves
35 Romney endorsers received contributions first…
2 more fake companies donated millions to Romney…
2 Utah companies donate $1 million apiece to Romney PAC…
“WhichMitt” YouTube channel
(19 videos of Romney’s flip-flops over the years)
Sarah Palin’s Indianola, IA speech – full transcript:…
Get to Know Mitt Romney
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The OMG Cat
Bizkit the Sleep Walking Dog

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1 Richard January 22, 2012 at 1:17 am

I’m not a big Romney fan and I hope Gingrich beats him, but nonetheless, what’s the point? Romney’s not conservative enough so Republicans are going to vote for Obama? If Romney emerges as the GOP candidate, I’d still support him over the Big O and so will most Republicans and a lot of disaffected Democrats and independents.

2 CzechRebel January 22, 2012 at 5:24 pm


Your point is well taken; however, you remind me of a joke that goes back to the 1950s, as a man gets off the stage after making a great speech in a senate race:

Supporter: That was such a great speech, you will have the vote of every thinking man in the state!

Candidate for Senate: That is not good enough! I need a majority!

You and many other Americans would vote for the lesser of the two evils. But many will simply stay home or vote third party. Why? If Obama is reelected, the conservative Republicans will have another chance in four years. If Romney is elected, no Republican will challenge him in 2016. By 2020, Romney will have given the GOP a bad name for four or perhaps eight years. It may well be an automatic Democratic victory in 2o20. (How old will you be in 2024? Well, a lot older than you will be in 2016! And don’t forget the damage done by moderate Republican Herbert Hoover, leading to five consecutive liberal Democratic presidential victories!)

Now, some people will even vote for Obama to get to a conservative in 2016 and to “teach the Republican Party a lesson.” Sounds weird? I spoke to an Illinois conservative once, who had backed ultra-leftist Paul Simon in 1984 in order to get rid of the flip-flopping, moderate-to-slightly conservative Senator, Chuck Percy. He not only voted for Simon, but also sent money and put up several large Simon signs on his property. He was absolutely disappointed to discover that Paul Simon was a man of his word and a true-believing leftist that would have made Vladamir Lenin proud. The man explained, “Simon said he was a liberal, but I didn’t believe him because these politicians always lie. How could I know he was telling the truth?” 😯

For now, let’s forget about people who will not vote, vote third party, or go against the Republican because he is not conservative enough. To win, the Republicans must “energize the base.” Just getting them to vote for the Republican nominee won’t get the job done. They will need people who will get their friends to vote, send small contributions, put up yard signs, write letters to editors, volunteer for phone banks, go door to door and the like. Trust me, they won’t put out for “the lesser of two evils.” Obama will have a billion bucks to spend. Come the first Wednesday in November, the media will be out there telling us what a “genius” our first black president was.

The Republicans have one sure loser in Romney and three guys who could actually win in the race and, of course, several other candidates who could pop up and get the nomination in a brokered convention. We have been down this road before. The Republicans tried to appease the moderates with Ford in 1976, Dole in 1996 and McCain in 2008. They all lost. In 1968 moderate Nixon won, as did moderate Bush I in 1988; however, both did serious damage to the Republican Party, and both ended up being roundly despised. Moderate Romney will be another lose-lose for the Republicans. Either Romney loses to Obama or Romney wins and he does irreparable damage to the Republican Party.

1389 recommends expatriating should we be facing a Romney-Obama election. I prefer secession; we have 50 separate countries, all of which could do better without the Washington, D.C. dictatorship interfering with our lives. We would like to hear your solution; however, we are way too far down the road to hell to just wait it out for the next conservative.

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3 no2liberals January 22, 2012 at 10:12 pm

Count me among those who will never cast a vote for Mittens.
He was vetted four years ago and was found lacking. He lost to the candidate that lost to Obama, for Heaven’s Sake.

I have snarled at the false construct that Mittens was the inevitable nominee and that he was the most electable.

Knowing what I knew about him before this campaign made him a repugnant choice, knowing what I know about him now and his nefarious Super PAC makes him a thoroughly despicable choice to me now.

In the past, when the GOP could rightly assume I would vote for whomever they selected as the candidate, I could console myself with the knowledge that I wasn’t really voting for the establishment choice, I was voting against the Democrat.
I can’t even do that if Mittens gets the nomination. I’ll still cast my votes down ticket and hope we can hold the House and gain the Senate. If Mittens is the nominee, not only do we deserve having Obama for another four years, we are too stupid to survive as a nation.

4 1389 January 22, 2012 at 10:32 pm


Thanks again for letting us know about this video!

5 CzechRebel January 22, 2012 at 10:45 pm


I really don’t want to consider myself part of the same people who would be stupid enough, or evil enough, to vote for O’Bozo. I don’t see much difference between people who would vote for Mittens Flip-Flop.

If it is O’Bozo versus Flip-Flop, count me out.

6 no2liberals January 23, 2012 at 5:37 am


It was my pleasure and good timing. I was in the middle of watching it, with an abundance of steam exiting my ears, when I got your e-blast and responded.


Mittens is the worst kind of politician, in my view. No core values at all.
Some want to rationalize that he could be made to govern from the right, since he is so compliant to the wishes of his constituents, but I call BS. He is unreliable on any given issue, which makes him as dangerous as the rigid ideologue we have now. He has already stated he would keep the good parts of ObamaCare(whatever they are…he didn’t say) and get rid of the bad parts(?).


7 Macker January 23, 2012 at 11:29 am


8 William Dorich January 23, 2012 at 12:05 pm

Not until Jesus Christ appears on a ballot will we have a perfect candidate.
While I have not supported Mitt in the past my goal is to get rid of Obama and the health care bill he shoved down our throats, but it seems the American public continues to seek perfection in a candidate that will never happen. Every candidate that runs for political office has baggage and has flaws including Newt, Santorum and Paul. Are we seeking perfection, or a strong enough candidate to defeat Obama? I have held my nose when voting for the presidency now 4 times … this election will be no different. It always comes down to the lesser of two evils.

We also have to remember that the Dems had full control of the House and Senate and here we are 3 years later without a budget. Do we all have amnesia that when the Republicans had control of the House, Senate and the presidency that they screw things up royally? If the Tea Party has any steam left in that movement we have to hold politicans’ feet to the fire to perform, not feather their own nest.

9 Incognito January 23, 2012 at 1:59 pm

another 4 years of Obama and this country will have nothing left. I think people need to take that into consideration when they are voting, even if they hate who the eventual GOP nominee is.

The same ‘I refuse to vote for McCain’ attitude got Obama in for 4 years of hell.

10 1389 January 23, 2012 at 2:04 pm

@Incognito and @William Dorich:

Right now, we are in the primaries, and this may be our only chance to stop this latest attempt by the Republican elites to foist a worthless and corrupt candidate on us.

11 CzechRebel January 23, 2012 at 2:13 pm


Nominate Romney and we can add USH to the modern lexicon of alphabet soup. The outcome of the election will not matter, it will be the United States of Hell.

12 Sulli159 January 30, 2012 at 6:26 am


You’re absolutly right; there is no way I would ever vote for Romney. My first is that as a Christian I have studied the cults and know that the Morman agenda is and always has been attemps to takeover the government through the election process. And Mitt is in the Morman heirachy and a Temple graduate.

He is a wolf in sheep’s clothing and actually a ultra liberal not only his Romney care but passed one of most restricted gun control in the states and done too many flips just to pacify and clear the conscience of the “anybody but obama” supporters.

Right now for me is Santorum or Newt or nobody or I will only vote for the Senate and Governors.

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