Romney and China

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    Mother Jones, Ravi my dear?

    Really??
     
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    They certainly have a lot more credibility than Mitten.
     
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    I assume you've typed emails and sent them to the DNC demanding they stop taking bribes from Bain Capital.
     
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    Ravi please tell me you realize that the Daily Caller has alerted us to the fact that Nancy Pelosi made millions off of investments in Asia.
     
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    What the hell does that matter? She's not a republican.

    It's a different standard for a reason. When Pelosi makes that money, she makes up for it by being a democrat and those funds are used for good. When Romney does it, his funds are being used for evil (aka repubilcan).
     
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    You really can't stay on topic, can you. It's like a sickness. Mitt is in a world of hurt, and all you can do is deflect.

    Par for the course.
     
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    I think this means robmoney should have to release more information on his money
     
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    This is old news they are both doing it. GE is outsourcing as fast as they can, they paid no taxes and Obama put the CEO in charge of jobs creations or one of those committee, It is a fact of life learn to live with it.
     
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    House minority leader Nancy Pelosi finds herself in hot water once again over some financial decisions that conservatives are deeming hypocritical.

    As Democratic campaigners working for President Obama's re-election bid continue to pound Mitt Romney for making foreign investments and having ties to secretive Swiss bank accounts, it was reported today that Pelosi has made some very similar investments.

    According to her 2011 financial disclosure statement, Pelosi made between $1million and $5million due to her investment in a company that specializes in making smart developments in Asia.

    Read more: Nancy Pelosi: Calledi a hypocrite because she made MILLIONS out of foreign investments | Mail Online


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    Smiling all the way to the bank: Nancy Pelosi made between $1million and $5milion from an investment made with a company specializing in Asian development

     

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