Nothin wrong with havin a few coins in the ol pocket now is there, guvnah?

Now listen here, Mitt Romney would just like to say, it is awfully unsporting of Barack Obama to go jaunting about on his campaign trail rousing mischief among the rabble and inciting their passions until they are envious of Mittens’ lovely piles of money. MANNERS. The correct way to address this dirty business of the wealth gap is NOT to go around discussing other peoples’ money in company, BARACK OBAMA, but instead, says Mitt Romney, to “talk about those things in quiet rooms.”

From an interview on NBC via WaPo:

MATT LAUER: Are there no fair questions about the distribution of wealth without it being seen as envy, though?

ROMNEY: I think it’s fine to talk about those things in quiet rooms and discussions about tax policy and the like. But the president has made it part of his campaign rally. Everywhere he goes we hear him talking about millionaires and billionaires and executives and Wall Street. It’s a very envy-oriented, attack-oriented approach and I think it will fail.

Oh, Mitt Romney, he is the dearest soul an opposition researcher could have ever wished for. [WaPo]

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  • Barb

    In quiet rooms where the poor people and those you are about to give the pink slip to can't hear you.

    • We put him in a quiet room having to have private conversations with all the people he's ALREADY fucked over and… that should keep him busy till 2017 or so.

    • MzNicky

      In quiet rooms no one can hear you scream.

    • C_R_Eature

      "It's been a Quiet Week at Lake Job-begone…"

    • Yeah, I bet ol' Willard is ready for a quiet room where he can count his money and ponder those golden tablets Jesus left in a creek in Pennsylvania {isn't that right?…I'm not too up on my LDS lore)..

      Put Willard in a "quiet room", Huntsman in a safe room (with some weed?) and the rest of them in a padded cell.

    • SwanSwanH

      In the conservatory.

      • user-of-owls

        'With a rope' would be a nice touch.

        • Boojum_Reborn

          Willard the rat in a quiet room with a rope?

    • DrOzarkZ.Hellbender

      You can have an "outplacement" firm fire them quietly by webcam. That's the civilized thing to do. Even better, just have them watch a video.

    • flamingpdog

      Speaking of Mitt and pink slips

      WARNING: NSFSB (Sentient Beings)

    • Rosie_Scenario

      Can we also stop discussing religion and politics at the dinner table? That can be so awkward. Emily Post does not approve.

  • nounverb911

    Just finally admit that you're a rich bastard already and maybe we might almost have some respect for you.

    But don't count on it.

    • Who among us isn't a rich bastard? But most of us didn't make hundreds of millions of dollars by destroying the livelihoods of little people, by destroying good paying union jobs and replacing them with minimum wage clerical and delivery jobs.

    • Fox n Fiends

      He needs to admit that he's an Aristocrat.

  • MrFizzy

    That ain't all he's doing in quiet rooms. Look at those soft white mormon hands – perfect for an alcohol-free wanking session. Wonder what he's looking at – a portrait of Salmon P. Chase?

    • nounverb911

      Only his magic undies know for sure.

    • Tundra Grifter


      More likely a small, oval engraved green portrait of Woodrow Wilson.

  • memzilla

    Mitt couldn't be more out of touch with the 99% if he had been implanted by the blood funnel of an Aliens crab larva and come bursting out of the stomach of Uncle Pennywise.

    • Loaded_Pants

      Thank you for this. I had been worrying that I was getting too much sleep lately.

    • Sue4466

      You saying he wasn't?

    • Oh, sweet jezus, what IS that toothy thing?

    • IceCreamEmpress

      He's like a character from "They Live"!

  • Blueb4sunrise

    Quiet Room
    Safe Room
    Panic room

    • nounverb911

      Safe word.

      • Blueb4sunrise


      • emmelemm

        Green Balloons.

        • Thanks man, you saved me a bunch of trouble.

      • Boojum_Reborn


    • Guppy

      Back room

      • flamingpdog

        Back door.

        Oh, sorry, we're talking about Mitt, not Marcus.

    • user-of-owls

      Hey, wait a minute bub. You're not that NaderKucinichPaulAndFuckAll guy, are you?

      • Blueb4sunrise

        In any case, no, I don't think so…or another joke has zoomed right past me.

        • SorosBot

          Was an anti-semitic
          conspiracy theorist,
          and spammer,
          who used to annoy th
          e Wonkette while writing
          in strange, haiku-ish

          • Wonketz was not his only haunt. Dood was ALL OVER teh InterNetz.

      • SorosBot

        I think he(?) was finally banhammered a month or two ago; either that or he(?) got bored with spamming us and left.

        • The latter, I think, he hasn't been seen at any of his other haunts of late, either.

    • iburl

      Padded Room

    • Clean Room
      Bunny Suit

    • paris biltong

      He wants to give this matter a restroom.

  • Biff

    Biff approves.

    • user-of-owls

      Tone it down already.

    • So, apparently, does Biff's chicken.

  • jakegittes

    He's no elitist. Nah. No way.

  • WinterOuthouse

    Talk dirty to me

  • JackObin

    Is this asshole's name actually Mitt? If it is, he has no excuse not drinking.

    • WinterOuthouse

      This asshole is actually a Willard

      • nounverb911

        Just like the rat?

        • Biff

          Yes, but not the one Michael Jackson sang the love song to.

        • Wait, Willard was the guy who trained the rats to fight for him, right?

          • SorosBot

            Yes, the one played by Crispen Glover.

            (in the remake).

        • Well, A rat. A rat named Willard Marriott. Yes, THAT Marriott. A great friend and fellow Mormon/Millionaire of Mitt's dad, the former governor. How they got Mitt out of Willard, only they know.

          • Rosie_Scenario

            Wow! So his nickname could have been "Mario" instead of Mitt, except tthat it sounds Eye-talian. Can't have that and Mittens it was.

      • MissTaken

        Wow, you all went to Willard the Rat King. I generally think of Willard Scott and have a strange urge for Smuckers.

    • Not_So_Much

      Only because his family thought 'cunt' was too common.

    • No, his first name is actually Willard. Which, if you're over 25 years old, you probably remember was a movie about a rat. Most fitting.

    • Negropolis

      Some backstory…Mitt was actually named after J. William Marriott, founder of Marriott, of course, and his dad's cousin Milt "Mitt" Romney, a pro-football player mostly with Da Bears.

  • noodlesalad

    So this is what happens when you combine Donald Trump's love for his employees with Marie Antoinette's compassion for the public. Let them eat fudge, Mittens. Let them eat fudge.

    • tealsheart

      Not a pretty picture: The GOP and Fudge

  • shh. keep it down, mitt is trying to take a shit (on you)

    • trickle down!

    • tealsheart

      Mitt rhymes with a lot of shit because Mitt is full of it.

      No lie

  • rocktonsam

    We know how Mittens feels about the green and pink.

    I'm curious to hear how he feels about the browns

    • Negropolis

      Isn't there some story that when the Mormon president declared that blacks were to be folded into the church family, that he was driving his car, pulled it over to the side of the road, and praised the Lord? Maybe I heard it wrong, but even if I heard it right, I call bullshit. Mitt driving himself? Yeah, right.

  • If Romney wants the election process to be held in hushed tones, he'll have to pull the plug on his buddy Rush. Anywhere his voice is heard is NOT a quiet room.

  • smashedinhat

    Dr. Zoidberg: How do I look?
    Bender: Like whale barf.
    Dr. Zoidberg: Then the illusion is complete.

    • Tundra Grifter


    • emmelemm

      Reminds me of one of my favorite (for no particular reason) quotes of all time:

      Paul Winfield: "How do I look?"
      Lance Henriksen: "Like shit, boss."

  • GuanoFaucet

    I really wish all discussion of Mitt Romney took place in quiet rooms so I wouldn't have to hear another word about that dumbfuck asshole.

    • This should have way more thumbs up.

    • Dudleydidwrong

      When I think of a quiet room for Mitt I think of a mortuary.

    • SorosBot

      I see Mitt in a smokey room, smells of whine and cheap perfume, he goes on and on and on (he's boring)….

  • Radiotherapy

    In quiet rooms, laughing and tinkling champagne glasses and lighting cigars with $100 bills.
    Shhh, Mr. President, you stupid n***er, keep it on the down low about the economic inequality of the last 30 years.

    • Why did you get the banhammer on another thread today? Dare I ask?

  • Beetagger

    My god, check out the sausage fingers on that guy! Glad he became a billionaire asshole instead of a proctologist.

    • Radiotherapy

      Either way he's full of shit.

    • Fare la Volpe

      Medical degrees require Daddy's checkbook and actual work ethic. Mitt just has the former.

    • Bonghits4Jesus

      Two thumbs up, wayyyyy up!

  • memzilla

    ‘‘When a man tells you that he got rich through hard work, ask him: ‘whose?’’’ – Don Marquis

  • io9k9s

    Of course, "Your just jealous"' is the passive-aggressive's 2nd favorite defense, just behind the "I am rubber you are glue"

    • Fare la Volpe

      I used to moderate a website that allowed its members to post naked pictures of themselves for other members to gawk and swoon over (What's that? Is that the sound of you judging me? Didn't think so).

      The minute a camwhore responded to criticism with "You just hate me cuz you're jealous," we dropped an instant banhammer. Someone needs to tell Mittens that if he's going to show his wittle pee pee in public and dance for pennies, he has to play by the rules like all the other whores.

      • *Judging* you? How 'bout hitting you up for the, um, employer in question?

        • SorosBot

          That sounds like a dream job, assuming you moderated the posts of your preferred gender.

          • Srsly. I so want to be a porn site Webmeister.

        • Fare la Volpe

          Papa Bear! *running tackle hug*

          I didn't get to thank you for the New Year wishes. How were your own festitivies? Hopefully your night was filled with lots of kisses and/or porn. I know mine was full of one.

          • Hey, Foxy!! (hugs the li'l cutie)

            I'm glad you had a porn-filled NY, darlin'. (wink) Wut?

  • He's rich enough that he didn't have to make his kids sing and dance.

  • memzilla

    Funny how the Entitled Class, like Mitt, calls the benefits everyone else gets "Entitlements" and wants to cut them to the bone.

    Call the munniez of the Entitled Class "Vulture Capitalism," and you're a socialist muslin anti-murrican nazi communist.

    • yyyaz

      And I, for one, am proud of it, too. Until my kids have to bury me on their nickel, anyway. Damned conscience.

  • Rotundo_

    It's always amusing to see the wealthy calling for decorum and civility. Usually it's after shafting someone badly enough to make them pick up a pitchfork and have a somewhat less than decorous and civil conversation about living wages or a place to live and food to eat. It's why they get a little testy when confronted about it in a direct manner. They are usually good enough students of history to remember the French solution to these sorts of issues. The truly stupid ones usually don't and are a little more boorish about the conversation with their so called inferiors.

    • LesBontemps

      The French Solution: Guillotines in Lafayette Square. How very appropos.

      • I don't know about Lafayette Square, but luckily Zuccotti Park is sloped in such a way that all the heads will simply roll into a big pile along Church street. Clean up couldn't be easier. Those #OWS folks really have everything all figured out.

        • Negropolis

          Better yet, we should hang the heads from the George Washington Bridge for good measure.

  • SoBeach

    It's okay to talk about it. As long as it's just us rich and powerful talking. For goodness sake, we don't want to upset the rabble. You know how they get.

    • WhatTheHolyHeck

      The last thing he'd want to do is waste his beautiful mind on something like that.

  • YouBetcha

    OK, but what does this have to do with magic underwears?

  • LesBontemps

    I think it’s fine to talk about those things in quiet rooms and discussions about tax policy and the like. But the president has made it part of his campaign rally.

    And we just can't have the masses involved in that sort of discussion. Because if they actually heard what was said in those quiet rooms, there would be a run on pitchforks, torches and stout rope.

    Hey … business plan!

    • Pithaughn

      And of course, remind the 1% that most bullets can only kill one person at most. While even a below average pitchfork has thousands of deadly thrusts in its lifetime.
      psst… that is why the masses always win.

  • MzNicky

    "quiet rooms"? Like, "the baby's nursery"? "classrooms where children are taking their achievement tests"? "padded cells"? Maybe he meant "smoke-filled rooms" and just got confused?

  • GuanoFaucet

    So long as we can bring along some pitchforks and torches, I'm ok with having these discussions in a quiet room.

  • raygotaway

    That's funny, I thought Matt Lauer's contract stipulated he only
    had to interview douchebags in the summer months.

  • MzNicky

    At first glance, I thought the guy in that picture was Regis Philbin.

    • flamingpdog

      Nah, Regis has more class.

  • Crank_Tango

    No matter what a stripper tells you, there is no sex in the champagne room.

    • SorosBot

      As Chris Rock taught us all.

  • He's so … dignified, isn't he? Kirsten?

    • Negropolis

      And, also very distinguished.

  • JoeHoya

    Such discussions should be reserved for quiet rooms — preferably over brandy and cigars.

  • DonnyKerabotsos

    Of course, Mitt. In quiet rooms.

    Quiet rooms with polished Italian marble floors covered by thick and tasteful hand-woven Persian carpets. Quiet rooms with gleaming mahogany paneling, and enormous leather sofas and high fresco ceilings. Quiet rooms with massive hand made stained glass windows. Quiet rooms with uniformed servants presenting rare single malt scotch in hand carved crystal on engraved silver trays. Quiet rooms where the air is scented with the aroma of handmade Cuban cigars. Quiet rooms where the insiders and the connected conduct sleazy financial transactions worth millions with a wink and an nod. But not with a smile.

    But above all, quietly. Because anything else would just be vulgar.

    • WinterOuthouse

      Mitt? Mitt is that you?

    • Gunner Asch

      THAT's the new look in the living room I was searching for! Now I don't have to save up to buy that copy of Martha Stewart's Living for ideas.

    • Wealthgasm!!

    • RavenRant

      Dammit! Now I am envious.

    • Negropolis

      Holy effing scat! I am not even exaggerating at all when I call this the comment of the year thus far. Brilliant. And, I haven't even noticed you around here.

      But above all, quietly. Because anything else would just be vulgar.

      I nearly fainted from the quality of the snark. You just completely deconstructed this fake motherfucker in a single paragraph. Well played, good sir. Well played.

    • io9k9s

      your comment just made my day…

    • Toomush_Infer

      Thanks! Now I know how to decorate my cardboard box…

  • BZ1

    to talk in a quiet room, harumphf, methinks, the lady doth protests too much …

  • Callyson

    Other topics Mittens thinks should only be discussed in quiet rooms:
    His record at Bain Capital
    His tax returns
    His position on birth control
    His reason for wanting to be president

    • The magic properties of his underwear.

    • How he keeps his hair looking so darn fabulous.

  • sharethegrief

    Mitt's kids were conceived in a quiet room.

  • BigDumbRedDog

    Talking about money is so uncouth. Nobody who has money ever wants to talk about it. I, on the other hand, talk of little else.
    "When am I getting payed my money?"
    "Why is there no money in my account?"
    "Where am I going to find the money to pay that vet bill?"
    "Shut the fuck up and put all the motherfucking money in the motherfucking bag!"
    I hardly ever say that last one. Once a month at most.

    • "Where was the money shot?" Couple a times a day that needs to be said…

  • pinkocommi

    "It’s a very envy-oriented, attack-oriented approach…."

    You are so right, Mittens. I ENVY your ability to afford healthcare. I ENVY your lack of concern for how in the world you are going to pay this month's mortgage or rent on any of your 5 or more multi-million dollar homes. I ENVY your ability to own a private aircraft and fleet of cars without wondering how you are going to able to pay to fill up the tank with gas prices being so high. I ENVY your ability to pay to send your many children to private schools, colleges and graduate schools of their choice. It has nothing to do with the fundamental belief that it is unfair for you to have so much when others have so little. (eyeroll)

  • Lionel[redacted]Esq

    The poor should be seen and not heard.

    Actually, they shouldn't be seen either.

    –Mitt Romney.

    • user-of-owls

      The poor just shouldn't be.

      • RavenRant

        But then who would scrub our toilets, tend our lawns, who would cook and clean? Robotics simply isn't advanced enough or cost-effective enough for us to eliminate the poor.


        • Well, Mitt-Bot is trying his damnedest to eliminate the poor.

          • user-of-owls

            Lula did the same thing. Only it was a complete opposite thing.

          • RavenRant

            I think the Republicans want lots and lots of poor folk. The more desperate, the better.

            You can't be a feudal lord without serfs, amirite? Henngghhh!?!

    • Negropolis

      Until they figure out how to replace us entirely with robots or clones or whatever in the fuck, they will need us.

  • Hey my friends, Mittbott doesn't smoke and doesn't drink and only has sex with his wives for procreation so don't read too much into this "quiet room" thing.

  • user-of-owls

    Fuck that. I'm using my Outdoor Voice.

    • C_R_Eature

      I'm using my "Fuck You Asshole" Voice.

      It's Indoor-Outdoor.

    • Okay. But use your words, Owls.

    • I didn't mean *you!*

  • ttommyunger

    If I could spend 15 minutes alone with Mitt in a quiet room, with no doorknobs, furniture or windows, I would change his World View, his Religion and his dental chart.

    • WinterOuthouse

      That's it? You have an entire 15 minutes!

      • ttommyunger

        Wouldn't need any more than that.

    • GeorgiaBurning

      No change to his gender or blood type? You're being quite kind.

      • ttommyunger

        Neither of those interest me, or damage others.

    • RavenRant

      A bag of doorknobs might be handy.

      • ttommyunger

        I like the way your mind works.

    • Banelm

      And I would pay dearly to see that!

    • GorzoTheMighty

      Two men walk in, One walks out. Welcome to the quietroom.

      • ttommyunger


    • Mapmonger

      I dunno. It would be fun to have one chair, for the head-breaking-over part.

      • ttommyunger


  • user-of-owls

    He's right, you know, such weighty matters of state should be conducted in quiet places.

  • finallyhappy

    my moronic brother in law thinks this guy is a real challenge to the President. Of course, my bil also uses racist slurs so any white guy would do for him.

    • RavenRant

      I made the mistake of reading the comments at some wingnut site. They were all over the moon about how Gingrich was going to make mincemeat out of Obama in the debates.

      Wingnut World bears little resemblance to our Earth.

  • DarwinianDemon

    Talking about money is rude….unless it is about how all the blahs and poors are taking all mine!

  • flamingpdog

    You know, I think it’s about envy.

    Poor Mitt, doesn't he realize his whole "I have to own everything in the whole world" stance is just another sad case of penis envy.

    • Your question is irrelevant.

      The MittBot 3000 does not come with a PENIS module. Therefore the MittBot 3000 does not realize anything that relates to the PENIS module.

  • chascates

    The poorz are just jealous. If they had the gumption they would have been born into prosperous families, gone to good schools, and used those connections to advance themselves. Ronaldus Magnus said America should always remain a place where a person could get rich. Regardless of the cost to the rest of us.

  • Bluestatelibel

    Prison cells are quiet rooms – and hopefully that's exactly where Mitt and the rest of the 1% will find themselves quietly discussing their wealth to their hearts' content.

    • Negropolis

      Hell, if they are lucky. I hear death row can be pretty quiet, too…

  • fuflans

    can someone give me some confidence that this tool is not going to be our next president?

    i am fragile tonight.

    • Bluestatelibel

      Obama will just romp on him, it's just hard to see how this guy has a chance. He can't open his mouth without saying something howling out-of-touch, his own base distrusts him, and he's been running for the last five years and still couldn't crack 40 percent in New Hampshire, his own home base. Sleep well tonight.

      • emmelemm

        And yet, you've forgotten the President is blah.

        Sorry, fuflans, I know we're supposed to be comforting…

        • Bluestatelibel

          The President was blah in 2008 too. Oh, and the Repubs can also write off the Latino vote.

    • RavenRant

      He is viscerally unlikeable. W managed to portray a sort of aw-shucks, down home demeanor that people fell for. It was totally fake, of course, and once the office was acquired, the sociopath dropped his mask fairly often.

      But Romney can't pull off charm. He can't even pull off 'carbon based life form.' I think Obama's a safe bet.

      • bagofmice

        How dare you sully Carbon Based Lifeforms with that kind of Mitt!?!?!

        • RavenRant

          I said he can't pull off 'carbon based life form.' CBL remains pure and unsullied!

          That is a great name for a band, though.

      • SorosBot

        I still don't understand how people fell for his down home demeanor, since he successfully passed himself off as a country-fried fratboy asshole no intelligent person would want as a President; his election was like coming to the realization that some people actually like Dave Matthews, Maroon 5, Train or Bruno Mars.

    • C_R_Eature

      Just go and watch a few of his speeches and/or campaign events. After 5 minutes or less with this guy he gets about as appealing as John Wayne Gacey. In full Clown makeup, holding an axe. He even gives Republicans the willies and I bet he has to pay people to hang out with him.

    • memzilla

      Maybe a vicious unsubstantiated rumor will start spreading… perhaps from a notorious libtard website… that there is a touch of the octaroon in Mitten's blood. That oughta play real well with his base.

      • AlterNewt

        How could such a thing happen?

        No, really.

      • Negropolis

        If we repeat "his daddy was a Messican" enough, will it stick with the wingtards? Plus, he was born in Detroit, so he at least has to be part blah, right?

    • Dudleydidwrong

      I'm still not convinced that the Christian US Taliban will vote for a Mormon in great numbers.
      The others in the Republican clown candidate car have done a good job of stirring up some dirt on the guy – think Bain Capital – and I'm betting that there is more to come.
      The guy is about as charismatic as the cardboard tube inside a toilet paper roll so one has to question how he'll do in honest debate and on the campaign trail when he doesn't have five other morons to attract (some) attention.

      That's the best I can do for now…

    • flamingpdog

      Foof, the only way the Mittster is going to win in November is if he keeps his mouth shut until after election day. Every time he opens his mouth these days, it's just more higher-level santorum that spews out. This guy ain't Dubya, that is, he isn't a clownish, seriously mentally-ill boob – he's a more photogenic Dick Cheney, a fabulously wealthy Ted Bundy. And the majority of Americans hated Dick Cheney almost from Day 1. And the more Americans see and hear Willard, the more they're gonna think "Dick Cheney" with a better 'do.

    • LiveToServeYa

      Well, 'Mormon' spelled backwards is 'Nom-Rom', so his faith will eat his chances. Um. That's all I got, sorry.

    • He may not even be the nominee. He didn't get 50% in New Hampshire, it's entirely possible that he won't get 50% ANYWHERE, which means he goes to the convention with less than 50% of the delegates.

  • Tundra Grifter

    Is his "quiet room" anything like Hotrod's "quiet place?"

  • stopthemovie

    Shhhhhhhhhssssss be berry berry quite I'am hunting industry's to bankrupt.

  • If Mittens wants a quiet room, let's toss him down into an EyeRak Saadum Whosane official spider hole. Maybe with a cobra or three so the nights won't be so lonely.

  • upthruster

    Listen to him..Mittens is still trying to make this issue about his money and not about the fact that he's a fucker to his fellow man. Now he's parading his sons all over the campaign media tour. I guess to prove he at one time had sperm or something and that a woman actually allowed herself to be the vessel of his required male morman progeny.

    "See, I have sons! Lots of them! That means I'm a good person. So focus on my "happy" children and not me or HOW my dad and me got so rich."

    • Negropolis

      I know I keep harping on this, but Mitt wishes he was half the man George was. George worked for his money, or at least worked hard enough up to the point of being able to position himself to fall into it.

    • Bluestatelibel

      He might have to kick little Tagg to the curb however, since Tagg's a partner in vulture equity Solamere, which is now being accused of a ponzi scheme…more to come.

  • WinterOuthouse

    I bet his sexual relations with his wives are very quiet too. Mitt is a cardboard cut out.

  • I'd like Warren Buffett to weigh in on Romney, to maybe educate the public on how what he does as an investor is vastly different from what Romney does as a vulture.

  • JackDempsey1

    Is the quiet room where they dispense the hush money?

    Real Americans prefer our money to be like our women—loud and easy.

  • Is he even TRYING to win, at this point?

    • BarackMyWorld

      He's just doing it to force Barry to have to mortgage the White House.

      • You are a sly one!

        • BarackMyWorld

          Sometimes this stuff writes itself.

    • fuflans

      after my afternoon meltdown wherein i convinced myself that americans are so bloody stupid they might actually vote for this guy, i got stuck in barry traffic.

      then i felt much better.

      • Mrs. Kincaid just informed me he was in town! I was oblivious, on the Metra Electric.

    • Negropolis

      I think that's the problem. Fortunately for us, the fucker is trying way too hard, and that has usually been Mitt's downfall. Wait 'till he actually has to be stacked up against the president. The pissants he's dealing with, now, are nothing in comparison.

  • Sue4466

    Shorter Mitt: "Please, not in front of the children."

    Fuck this guy.

  • Hey Mittens, it might be a little early to hear your thoughts on "jealousy." It's just that I have a feeling you're going to be more acquainted with that feeling come November.

  • BarackMyWorld

    How quiet do you think this room was?

    • I always think of the photo in the closing shot of "The Shining" when I see that.

    • flamingpdog

      So quiet you could hear a diamond stickpin drop.

  • Thurman Munster IV

    Let him eat Koch

    • tealsheart


  • Barrelhse

    The peasants are revolting.

    • Biff

      You said it; they stink on ice!

    • flamingpdog

      The peasants are rising up against their overlords. It's Mitt who's revolting.

  • Steverino247

    "It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle, than for a rich asshole to enter into the kingdom of God."

    Or, let's hope, the White House.

  • Monsieur_Grumpe

    I'm starting dislike this guy Willard.

    • Radiotherapy

      For some reason he reminds of a rat.

    • Negropolis


  • owhatever

    The vulture flew in to the quiet room. Said, let's buy that company, break the union, fire everybody, raid the pension plan, sell everything and pocket millions in profit. The other vultures cackled quietly in agreement. Shhhh.

  • "Let us go then, Barack and I,
    When the voters are so burned out, they lie
    Like a peasant drunk and snoozing in the stables;
    Let us go, through gated and secluded streets,
    The opulent retreats
    Of restless oligarchs in lush hotels
    And 5-star restaurants filled up with swells.
    There we'll take up the tedious argument
    Over distributive intent —
    Not shout in microphones such awkward questions!
    Oh, do not ask, 'Whose income is it?'
    You will make the privileged fidget!"

    In a quiet room, Mitt comes and goes
    Talking of letting workers go.

    • RavenRant

      Nicely done, T.S. Kincaid.

      • There will be a musical based on my poems about the 2012 Primaries titled "Herd Of Cats".

        • RavenRant

          I usually think of 'herding cats' in reference to democrats, but I just realized that the repubs are in such disarray, their party so fractured along its various fault lines, that it describes them perfectly.

          My only fear is that dems find a way to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory.

        • not that Dewey

          Sure, I've heard of cats.

          • user-of-owls

            *Grabs your wide lapels and shakes, knocking off your fedora.*

            "Who told you about dem cats? Who?!"

          • not that Dewey

            Why, no one, see? I jus' heard of 'em. That's right, heard of 'em.

          • user-of-owls

            Oh, tryin' ta get smart, are ya? Hey Lefty, how do we like smart guys around deez parts? Dat's right, Lefty, we don't like 'em at all. Now, dish on da mug what told you about deez so-called cats or it's concrete galoshes for you, yellerbelly!

    • emmelemm

      Many bonus points for the word "fidget". I love that word. (And making it rhyme, even!)

    • fuflans

      man chet that was brilliant. and look how this suits our mitt (this is one of my favorites, i used it a while back for auditions…):

      No! I am not Prince Hamlet, nor was meant to be;
      Am an attendant lord, one that will do
      To swell a progress, start a scene or two,
      Advise the prince; no doubt, an easy tool,
      Deferential, glad to be of use,
      politic, cautious, and meticulous;
      Full of high sentence, but a bit obtuse;
      At times, indeed, almost ridiculous—
      Almost, at times, the Fool.

      • You are so right!

      • DrOzarkZ.Hellbender

        I have heard the electorate singing,
        each to to each.

        I do not think they will sing to me.

        • fuflans

          i didn't go on to that b/c i didn't think mitt deserved it.

    • not that Dewey

      Till Joe and Mika's voices wake us, and we drown

    • DrOzarkZ.Hellbender

      An angst-ridden amorist, Fred,
      saw sartorial changes ahead.
      His mind kept on ringing
      with fishy girls singing.
      Soft fruit also filled him with dread.

  • mavenmaven

    One day, the sheep who recite whatever Fox news tells them to say will wake up and understand what "class warfare" actually means, and then change might happen.
    And this:

    • Good link. I think South Carolina will be the perfect place for people to start yelling at Romney, "YOU LIE!"

  • "Our kind isn't gauche enough to talk about money in front of the help. Right, Muffy?"

  • tealsheart

    This Negro, is he, is he serious?

    • fuflans

      yeah, but he's not really quiet.

  • tealsheart

    TimeOut: MusicMoment: Salt-n-Pepa, & don't forget DJ_Spinderella

    Let's talk about Debt baby, Dedicated to mitt.

  • Douché

    That's a little like the pope talking about the kids, only behind closed doors. "We don't wan't the 'lay' people to know what's really going on."

    • CapnFatback

      Especially when what's going is on laying people.

  • tl;dr – we're not jealous, we're mad. Not sure what you elite jerks think, but if you want to keep your positions, you better start making up for what you've done.


    I am absolutely disgusted with these fuckers thinking the discussion about income inequality in the USA arises out of something so petty as "jealousy".

    Mittens says stuff like that to reduce what millions of people see as a demand for justice to some pathetic little gross feeling of jealousy. I'm not sure if these millionaire politicians are trying to fool the public, or if they are just fools themselves — either way, there are going to be some surprised folks when people wake up and see just how far people will go to get economic justice they're seeking.

    Maybe Mittens wants to downplay the feelings of anger the public has. Maybe he thinks the advancement of security technology – all these new databases and PATRIOT Acts and XRay machines – have been enough to dilute or delay this ferocious storm that is brewing. Maybe they think that their grip on power is so string that it can't be broken. I honestly don't know what they are thinking, but I do know that millions and millions of people are fucking pissed off and ready to do something about it.

    You've got families who work 40 hours a week who live in homeless shelters. People who have so much education who are delivering pizzas. Families who got kicked out of their houses because their kid got sick and they couldn't pay both bills. People have been wronged, and these fools at the top haven't done a thing about it. Not only haven't they done anything about it, they're driving around in fancy cars, jetting from house to yacht to $10,000 per night hotel room. Don't they get that we see this? Do they think they are hiding? BOO! HEY! WE SEE YOU!

    Were not fucking jealous. We've been crapped on. We know you gave us messed up loans so you could get rich. We know you crashed the economy and then threatened us for a bailout and paid yourselves bonuses with it. We know you kicked us out of our houses and made billions doing it. We know you use dangerous wedge issues to make us hate each other so you can keep us from organizing. We know you're making money from our not having healthcare. We know you're kicking us off of the health insurance we paid for when we get sick. We know you pay less taxes than us. We know we're making less than we did 15 years ago. We know you are making billions and billions of dollars by fucking us over.

    We know it, and we know who you are. And if you want to fool yourselves and think we are "Jealous", think again, fuckers, because we've got you in our fucking surveyors marks, okay?


    • RavenRant

      You give excellent rant. And I should know.

      Just wanted to add: we know that a "globally competitive wage" = "what Chinese prison labor gets paid" = 0.

    • Many, many thumbs up to you, klia.

    • Dashboard Buddha

      If I could have babies, i would have yours. In that absence, I give you an upfist.

      • That's an excellent offer.

        Now, how many Wonketters would have to offer to carry my littler vipers to term to outpace the prodigious breeding capabilities of the Palins?

    • Biff

      Righteously fisted.

    • memzilla

      Upfistable you.

      I only wish I could do it to numerous Rethuglicans… with a real fist.

    • Radiotherapy

      I'm finishing a superb book that is the reference work for such heartfelt rants. The book is called Winner-Take-All Politics: How Washington Made the Rich Richer — And Turned Its Back on the Middle Class. I've mentioned it before and I recommend it most highly to all us Wonkateers. It lays out historically, factually and prosaically what we face because of the policies of the last 30 years. It could be the Bible for OWS. Vermin like Romney, and squirrels like Chuck Schumer should be very afraid if these ideas ever got a foothold. Ken Lay is Alive.

      • This sounds great. I will definitely check it out.

    • Brav-O, dude. Love you, love your avatar, love your blog. I've always thought Kenny Boy is livin' it up south of the border.

      • Sweet. Let's get married and spend the rest of our lives tracking him down.

        If we happen to run out of gas in some remote Ecuadorian costal town with just the clothes on our backs and a 12" of Born to Run…. what can we do? We'll have to settle there and have some babies, and watch the sunsets on the beach every night.

        • You're on.But forget the 12″.I've got concert tapes that will play thru the whole trip.A pal of mine refers to the crate they're in as the Ark of the Covenant.I'll bring the ark.You bring the wigs.

    • C_R_Eature

      Well! I see I'm not the only one driven to Rant on this post! Righteously Upfisted.

      Now I'm off to go and Knock the Little Jockeys off the Rich People's Lawns.

    • UnholyMoses

      **slow clap that turns into righteous applause**

      Nicely, nicely done.

  • tealsheart

    Was he even in the room? I …wonder who else was in that room.

  • tealsheart

    The Quiet Room…inside his head

  • BarackMyWorld

    You think he's just reminding us black folks are loud?

    Haha just kidding…like Mitt knows any black people…

  • tealsheart

    weird, he looking like MaryEllen's daddy – from Waltons Mountain VA

  • "Get in the straitjacket, Willard. We got a nice quiet room for you where you can talk about income inequality all you want."

  • dsgruntled

    I for one don't care how much money Mitt has, what I can't understand is why they insist that I have too much! I am firmly intrenched in the lower middle class so what, I need my health care, pension and social security cut so that they can have just one more tax cut.

    • Biff

      I don't care that he's rich either, I DO care that he and his peers have chosen to buy MY government with their ill-gotten gains.

  • user-of-owls

    If you really want to get your wee panties in a twist, here is some very disturbing news.

    It's unclear exactly why, but the Department of Homeland has been operating a "Social Networking/Media Capability" program to monitor the top blogs, forums and social networks online for at least the past 18 months.

    What? No, I'm not pissed that this represents a continuing assault on privacy and perhaps free speech as well. I'm pissed because Wonkette isn't on the list.

    • not that Dewey

      I'd prefer to see a Social Networking/Media Culpability program.

    • Radiotherapy

      Yeah, Owls, we should keep this in a quiet room.

    • C_R_Eature

      They're just squeamish about people discussing Buttsechs.
      And also, alternate definitions of Santorum

  • C_R_Eature

    No Mittens, you sad excuse for a public figure, it really isn't about the politics of "envy". I don't care that you're Rich – hell, this is America, you're supposed to try to get rich. It's something we encourage.
    What I'm Pissed Off about is that the Wealthy 1% in this country – yes, I'm talking to You Mitt – have come to believe they no longer have any Civic responsibilities to this society, its people and the country they live in.
    They'll happily buy islands, mansions in Palm Beach to destroy to build a better mansion and shovel 5 million dollars a TV stations in the south on behalf of a 3rd string has been grifter's doomed run for the presidency.
    But don't ask them to pay a slightly higher marginal tax rate, so we can rebuild our decrepit Infrastructure hire a few police, firemen and teachers and pay down those wars your man Bush put on our credit card. They'll all move their houses to Monaco and their corporate offices to a PO box in the Cayman Islands. So there.
    Rules. they're for Little People, Eh Mitt?

    Oh, and don't pretend that your run for the Presidency is anything like Community Service Mitt. Its all about Ego and Power and Entitlement and we know it.

    • Civic responsibilities? You some kind of Socialist?

      • C_R_Eature

        Yeah. I know it's Wildly Unpopular in U.S.America these days, but I Yam What I Yam.

    • Not only is his running for president community service. According to him, his sons serving his campaign is equivalent to military service. Campaign, get it? Romney Drives on Deep into Egypt.

      • C_R_Eature

        …to pick up the Coffee & Donuts order for the crew & scout out a Nice Place for Lunch Meetings.

        I know it's harder now, for Rich folks to justify coddling their kids, what with no Draft and all and only having two wars and the economy stopping just short of Depression, but this excuse is just lame.

        Back if the Good Old Bad Old Days, they'd just pull strings to bounce their party animal sons to the top of the list for a stateside Air National Guard unit charged with protecting the bars on the Mexican border from Rooskies.

      • C_R_Eature

        Oh, and "Romney Drives on Deep into Egypt" = Clever!

  • Soylent Green

    Once, Corporations wanted to be a person. Now it wants to be President.

    • Dude, you should have kept it to yourself – there's a screenplay in that!

      • Soylent Green

        Freebie! In my head after a dream and forgot how to make the keystrokes for that trademark symbol (r).

  • MilwaukeeKent

    So it's envy? I was wondering what it was, this screaming and all-pervasive sense that everyone else is being asked to sacrifice in the worst economy of the last 80 years, while your crowd is floating along higher than ever. It's envy, now I know and that makes it so much easier to understand that a return to the tax rates of the 1990s is, indeed, nothing less than Socialism. It's all so clear.
    You do NOT want this discussed in quiet rooms, Mr. Romney, not in rooms that are quiet because the parents pawned the TV to buy shoes for the kid, for instance.

  • It's been beer and vodka since 5. I'm not worried about Romney winning, but Hopey not putting a stop to this shit:

    I'm also worried that I'm going to piss myself soon, although I seem to be able to spell fine.

    • Hahaha. What a freaky photo a Geithner. He looks like he is about to strangle someone who doesn't work for Goldman Sachs.

    • flamingpdog

      True fact, no snark: As much as I bitch and moan about Barry on this website, it truly arises from one thing and one thing only: the Wall Street fuckshits in his Administration like this Slime Geithner. I can forgive Barry for his lack of assertiveness, because I'm not an assertive person myself, and for his trying to be the adult in the room, because I try to be an adult (except on Wonkette), but until Geithner is out of the White House and in jail, along with Robert Rubin and whoever the fuck the AG is (oldz attack), I can't believe Obama is really on our side. My momma told me when I was a pup that you're judged by the company you keep – maybe Barry's momma forgot to tell him that.

      • …I can't believe Obama is really on our side.

        I find this "Manchurian Candidate"/"Six Degrees Of Separation" Deep Suspicion of Obama from wingnuts, super-liberals, blacker-than-thou Sellouts and blacker-than-thou Race Men bizarre, especially in that it comes from all sides. It's not enough that he maybe made some errors in judgement or made a couple of bad appointments; he must be hiding the devil horns, and we have been horribly deceived!! (And fuck me, but pointing out these rather odd over-reactions is not "fluffing up Barry's feathers.") "Oh, I'll hold my nose and vote for him, but Obama is the biggest fucking mendacious phony I have ever seen in the public square!!"

  • MrPinecone

    Occupy Quiet Rooms!

  • tealsheart

    That picture on his desk reminds me to call Glamour Shots first thing in the AM.

  • elfgoldsackring

    Some people just got no fuckin' class, am I right Mitt?

  • littlebigdaddy

    Speaking of quiet rooms. I think I recognize him from a little jaunt in Chicago.

  • Beowoof

    Sounds like a job for Clarence Beeks, since the Duke boys don't need his skullduggery anymore, maybe he could land Mittens a hand.

  • OneYieldRegular

    "Quiet rooms"? Quiet?? Has this little lord of the manor ever even been around poor people?

  • rambone

    Interestingly, Mitt wants to say the same words to Obambi when he discusses the wealth disparity as I want to say to repubes when they discuss jeebus, to wit, "STFU!"

  • fuflans

    ha! bamz just flew over my house on his way back to moral turpitude.

    still, i'm voting for him in november.

  • In a quiet room with thick curtains, conversation
    Of our munniez and the difference in our stations

    Geezus, this diabolical dick so needs to go. And now Huntsman reveals his true colours, in warning the other contenders to back away from attacking his fellow-billionaire.

    • Radiotherapy

      I suppose the only good thing about these recent disclosures is that now not only are wingtards apprehensive about Mitts but a lot more of the independents are looking at him for what he is: An egotistical, greedy, wishy-washer, pretty boy, silver-spoon in mouth, chickenhawk (did I forget something?) So I'm thinking, short of a scandal, this is Obama's race to lose. Let's hope he is a better man than Gore.
      Do I sound like Elizabeth Warren?

      • What's with the "Gore" shit?! Once again, Obama has ALREADY won the Presidency once, despite being Blah.

        • Radiotherapy

          Chet, sorry, haven't we've been through this a hundred times? Gore lost a race that was his to win. He had a budget surplus, low unemployment and the peace dividend on his side. He lost to Rove and a blow-job. He was a weakling who couldn't even win his own state. And folded like a Wal-Mart tent in Florida. Fuck Nader, he makes more sense than anybody around except maybe Bernie Sanders.
          Obama did win last time, and I cried that night, never have been more prouder of my country. While I knew then he was a centrist at best, and nothing he has done to disprove that, he was by far the best — and historical– choice. My point is that this is his race to lose. Romney is a fuck and all the others are jokes. Don't mess it up Barry — and then kick some ass.

      • I don't know. I've never had the pleasure of corresponding with Elizabeth Warren. Why? Are you Elizabeth Warren, IRL?

        • Radiotherapy

          No, Russ said that about the fat amphibian yesterday, that Newt sounded like E. Warren. I was just trying to carry a meme.
          I am not trying to offend you my friend. Honest. {{{{Hugs}}}}

          • He did? OK.

            I'm not that easily offended, dood. (hugs back)

    • flamingpdog

      Oh Palinz, you stole my Mitt meme. But I had a different spin on it. Just like we misheard Ricky say "black" people when he actually said "blah" people, we misheard Mitt. He didn't say "quiet" room, he said white room.

      ♫ I'll wait in this place where the sun never shines. ♫

      • "s only fair, pdog, you stole my Hitler meme last time.

        You're right, I like your version better. I wonder if Mr. Clapton would let us borrow it for satirical purposes?

  • Franknflower

    Don't you people have a quiet room in each of your mansions?

  • DrOzarkZ.Hellbender

    I really hope that the next quiet room Mitt's in features a….

    Mike check!


    mike check!


    • Radiotherapy

      Sibilance. Sibilance.

  • Negropolis

    This is so upper-class Boston Puritanism. He may not technically be a WASP, since Mormonism is a denomination unto itself, but man if he ain't an ally.

    Yes, we don't talk about money outside the family and at the table; if we are to discuss wealth, we do it in the privacy of our sitting and tea rooms. To make a campaign issue of it? Ahahahaha…how gauche; how common!

    • Radiotherapy

      Other things they want to keep in quiet rooms — A short list.
      — The Military is Socialism.
      — Obamacare only entrenches the Health Insurance and Health System rackets, moving us even farther from reasonable health care costs and single-payor.
      — Obama did not raise anybody's taxes.
      — 50% of all conceptions fail naturally.
      — The Constitution is a liberal document.
      — Obama is actually to the right of Nixon and Ike and maybe even Raygun.
      — The Repub candidates are a clown car.
      — Corporations ARE NOT people.
      — Michael Steele was actually a success if you look at the 2010 results and, more importantly, the Bush/Obama tax cuts stayed intact.
      — Obama has done nothing, NOTHING to change the power structure in this country.
      — Sweater vests are Dorkville.
      — Right to Work is nothing more than an anti-union euphemism.
      Winner-Take-All Politics: How Washington Made the Rich Richer — And Turned Its Back on the Middle Class
      — Mormonism is a bullshit cult.
      The primary goal of the Republican Party is to cut the taxes on the super rich.
      — There is no difference between crony/predatory/vulture capitalism and capitalism.
      — Lawrence O'Donnell is a socialist, and on the teevee.

    • flamingpdog

      Short response, Negrop: You nailed it, dude!

  • MissTaken

    Shhhhh! The room must be very quiet to thoroughly enjoy Willard's portrait.

  • DrOzarkZ.Hellbender

    Be vewwy quiet. I'm twacking Womneys.

    • flamingpdog

      The only problem I see is that when you shoot them in the face, they always come back good as new in the next scene.

      • Radiotherapy

        Clown Cartoons.

  • fuflans

    and a fool.

  • SorosBot

    Well, I may be making my way if I can; but despite the temporary layoff, and avoiding those easy credit ripoffs, I'm keeping my head above water. and making my way if I can.

  • flamingpdog

    OT, but, at the risk of seeming like a blog whore, I got a message from Sara Benincasa on Facebook tonight in response to a message I sent her last night: "Peoples on teh Wonkette are REALLY crabby tonight. I think they needz some Sara lovin'."
    She replied, "Please tell them I miss them dearly and am writing a weekly column for VICE called Republicantics. It can be found here:

  • Negropolis

    Romney, the "they hate me 'cause I'm beautiful" only works for so long…Romney is the ultimate Mean Girl.

    This man is a bigger joke than Rick Perry, and that's a hard feat to accomplish. Perry's just stupid, bless his heart. What's Mitt's excuse? I will not abide with – nay, I will not tolerate my nation voting for Mitt "Dubya-in-a-smoking-jacket" Romney.

    • flamingpdog

      Perry: Fucking stupid.
      Mitt: Fucking sociopath.

    • I don't think he's playing "don't hate me because I'm beautiful," N. I think he's playing "Look at the shiny ball over there and not at what I'm all about which is Wall St and the crash and my tax plan that will kick all of you in the nuts while I kiss those of my peers among the 1%." And it's working because all the media today is about how the RNC and Jon H. and eight kazillion other people are upset with the "politics of envy."

  • BarackMyWorld

    I like how Romney's state portrait makes him look more normal and human than I've ever seen him on TV.

    • flamingpdog

      I can't draw much more than stick figures, but I could make Romney look more normal and human than you've ever seen him on TV.

  • Schmegeg

    Listening to this guy until November is going to be a chore. Maybe I will retire to a quiet room and look at my 401K statements. Then, go burn down some rich man's home.

  • Bonghits4Jesus

    So glad to hear that the greedy bastard billionaires are concerned about fairness.

  • Mitt himself is a quiet room.

  • Negropolis

    Obama, with the candelabra, in the quiet room.

    This is how I want this election to end.

    • I will be happy to pose as Miss Scarlet (the Commie) and provide the diversion.

      • SudsMcKenzie

        … why Miss Scarlet, you've let the banister on fire, … flee, flee

        • Negropolis

          Ah, you guys are good.

  • Huevos Ocupados

    This is good news for Socialism!

    All snark aside I am starting to get excited about the likelihood of this asshole getting the nomination. He is the living embodiment of so much that is wrong about Republicanism and just can’t help but makes that wrongness as obvious and insulting as humanly possible.

  • e_z

    Holy Shit, John Bolton endorses Romney?

    UFB, that's yet ano0ther strike against him.

    • You can just tell to look at Bolton he smells weird.

    • Negropolis

      Like I said, this guys is just Dubya in a smoking jacket. When Team Bush/Bush & Co. begins coalescing around you, you better get worried.

  • DemonicRage

    I am so glad to read that, if Romney succeeds in getting the nomination, he will insist on a campaign that will be played by gentlemanly rules, like summoning up a tv ad that takes a clip of his opponent quoting something that John McCain said and making it appear that his opponent was saying something that he, himself, deeply believed. In a quiet room, it is easy to work out strategies as effective and as sportsmanlike as that was.

    • Negropolis

      I don't think that's in Robert's Rules of Order.

  • BaldarTFlagass

    "But the president has made it part of his campaign rally. Everywhere he goes we hear him talking about millionaires and billionaires and executives and Wall Street. It’s a very envy-oriented, attack-oriented approach and I think it will fail."

    Wanna bet?

  • He thinks Obama talking about wealth disparity will "fail"? Damn, that asshole really is out of touch with the majority of this country. Even the teabaggers are pissed off about this topic.

    Mittens, go to the nearest WalMart and take a good, hard look around.

  • Kudos to Newt for producing that cool Obama re-election video "When Mitt Romney Came to Town"!!!!

  • DaRooster

    "It’s a very envy-oriented, attack-oriented approach and I think am sure it will not fail."


  • Perhaps Mittens would be willing to flash his financials in Superman's phone booth? True those are becoming hard to find. Maybe there's one in Bain-a-bainistan, Afghanistan, or the Smithsonian he could use.

    Faster than an eviction, able to crush tall factories in a single bound. Look! Up in the sky! Its a turd! It's a Bain! It's Mittensman!!!

  • DaRooster

    "Quiet rooms"
    Not unlike those underneath Denver International Airport?

  • But the president has made it part of his campaign rally. Everywhere he goes we hear him talking about millionaires and billionaires and executives and Wall Street.

    A Democrat daring to fight back during the class war–that is simply not done in Mitt's world.

  • Jerri

    Why Mittens, that is hoity and toity!

  • OT

    Over @ Think Progress they have a delightful piece on the O'Keefe brigands committing voter fraud to gin-up voter fraud hysteria in NH. If ever there was a dork I would have applauded the skoolyard bully pounding the crap-out-of it is beloved Jimmie.

  • jus_wonderin

    I was sent to a quiet room often. Usually when I was naughty. Mom would put me in the room that needed the most cleaning.

  • Wonderthing

    "In the quiet rooms the women come and go/ talking of income inequality and unfair tax rates…"

    –TS Idiot

  • Fox n Fiends

    Did anyone know that Mitt's dad was kind of a LIBERAL?

  • Soylent Green

    Pssst, Mitt! Hope I'm not being too awfully loud, but that guy that's saying that shit about you? That's not Obama. That's Newt! Isn't he one of your guys?

  • In quiet rooms the lobbyists come and go,
    and talk of hookers, cash and blow

  • zshivansql

    Why do Kirstens articles always make me blush. But don't worry about Obama, his payoff will be the lecture circuit.

  • arcadesproject

    I guess the bottom line is that the lower orders have no right to complain about their lot, at least in public.Hell, we don't have the right to exist, (See Obama -Don't-Care, increases in medicare eligibility age, medicaid and social security cuts, new rules regarding killing people wherever and whenever.)

  • JerryFrey

    According to Romney's web-site:

    "This election is about more than just replacing a president. It is an election to save the soul of America."

    Romney’s soul is green – he worships at the altar of Mammon. As a founder and principal of Bain Capital, a private equity firm, he made millions extracting wealth from acquired companies. Private equity firms flip companies like shysters flip houses.

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