Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Romney Calls Obama 'Corrupt' President

Mitt Romney challenged the president during a speech at the VFW in Reno. The GOP presidential candidate sharply hit the president, accusing him of putting U.S. troops and national defense at risk, with national security leaks, budget cuts and a weak economy at home. (Justin Sullivan / Getty Images / July 24, 2012)

                 Listen to Romney Calling Obama Corrupt HERE
I say forget about the wordplay and drummed up controversy over Mitt Romney's statements.
                            IF THE SHOE FITS WEAR IT OBUMA!
This is the most corrupt President and administration in recent history. Obuma's trail is lined with Chicago thug tactics, personal gains on the backs of political enemies wrecked by slander and innuendo, cronyism, favoritism, nepotism, money laundering and payoffs. Our national security is put at risk by this president and Romney is correct in pointing that out. Be it a Freudian slip or not, Mitt's assumptions are on the money.

FOX 59 News Romney attacked the administration over recent leaks of national security information, laying responsibility at the president's doorstep and calling it "a national security crisis." The leaks include news of U.S. cyber-attacks against Iran

"This conduct is contemptible," Romney said. "It betrays our national interest. It compromises our men and women in the field. And it demands a full and prompt investigation, with explanation and consequence.... The time for stonewalling is over."

Back in 2010, Rep. Darrell Issa called Obama one of the most corrupt presidents in history, and pledged to investigate his administration.  To wit:
Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) told Bloomberg TV that the Obama government is “proving to be” the “most corrupt in history.”

Said Issa: “We are busy in Washington with a corrupt government, with a government that I said perhaps because of the money, the amount of TARP and stimulus funds, was going to be the most corrupt government history and it is proving to be just exactly that. This money going though the hands of political leaders is corrupting the process, whether it is Solyndra, GSA, or a number of other scandals.”

 Read More at The American Prospect

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