In The Tradition Of The State Department Consular Information Sheets http://www.travel.state.gov Anthropological Background For more than two decades the scientific consensus was that the latest possible date before the Neanderthal species became extinct was about 18,000 years ago. Now however Neanderthal remnant populations have been discovered in Washington DC and other remote locations in the United States. This species does not have fully developed brains and therefore they are unable to focus on anything except money and power. They are generally known as the Tea Party. Total Commitment To An All White America The remnant population is severely racist in their outlook. One only needs to look at Tea Party websites and mailing lists to discover that Tea Party activists consider President Obama to be a “coloured boy who does not know his place”. They consider the Democratic Party’s commitment to all Americans being equal to be a “betrayal of the Founding Fathers”. When an African-American, business executive Herman Cain, became a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination in 2012, Republicans considered this a major …
President Clinton explains Mitt Romney’s $5 trillion tax cut and how middle class families with children will get an average tax increase of $2,000 to pay for $250,000 in tax cuts for multi-millionaires. As President Clinton shares: “In the first debate, Governor Romney said that he wasn’t really going to cut taxes on upper income people—he only wanted to cut taxes for middle class people. That’s not true.”
The results are in: Mitt Romney played fast and loose with the facts.
When all the rallies are over, when all the polls are taken, when Democrats momentarily pause from promoting their favorite candidate, there is a bottom line to the 2012 campaign season. And that is that the Republican Party is determined to destroy both Medicare and Social Security. Mitt Romney turned age 65 on March 12, 2012, and he promptly announced that he would not be accepting either benefit. Romney has endorsed the Ryan Budget, which Brian Bilbray voted for, which would end the Medicare program for all persons born after 1956. There would be a new “premium support” program replacing Medicare for the purchase of private insurance. Current estimates are that older Americans would soon be paying three to five times as much for their health care.