WITH EVERY EXCRUCIATING day that passes in this interminably long march to November, it’s clear that Mitt Romney really is as bad as his Republican opponents said he was during the primaries.
It doesn’t take a Washington Post “hit piece” on a decades-old event to prove Mitt had the stuff for the vulture capital market from the start.
If anything is indicative of the kind of economic hatchet man Mitt Romney would be as president, his high school bullying story reveals it. Consider yourself this kid he targeted, with you’re economic world being chopped up by the bully who backs the Paul Ryan austerity plan.
Republicans are squealing like little girls over this story, which is old news being broken under the cover of vetting. Their problem is that it confirms a character issue that surfaces every time you think of Mitt Romney and his theory of the American dream, which is not even trickle down, because he’s actually going to cut away the ground beneath us.