Agreeing with George Soros is one lousy way to start a week. Or maybe Soros agrees with me because I’ve been saying it since the primary season began: I’ve never believed anything Romney says. Put all of the issues aside and Romney remains a Northeast-liberal investment banker from Massachusetts who was in Ted Kennedy’s hip pocket. Still, I was willing to overlook his flaws because he said he would sign legislation repealing Hillarycare II —— assuming the Senate sends the bill over. I even thought Romney would be more loyal to this country’s sovereignty than is Hussein. I cannot tell you how elated I was when the Republican party platform rejected United Nations treaties. I cannot begin to tell you how depressed I became when I first read: NOTE: The CGI is not an official United Nations function. It is scheduled at the same time national leaders like Iran’s Mahmoud Ahmadinejad come to NY for a little speechifying. I’ll wait to hear what Romney says on Tuesday before deciding if he is just another UN-loving traitor like the Clintons, or if he is a fool because he does not know the Clintons have been scheming and planning for Bubba to become the UN’s secretary-general with Hillary as president since they were in the White House. Half a loaf is better than none Romney would have to be defeated or be a one term president for Hillary to have a shot in 2016. So I suspect Romney has made a deal to help Bill Clinton get the UN job even if Hillary does not make it to White House. I cannot guess what Bill Clinton is offering Romney. NOTE: Describe the Clintons with the foulest gutter language in your vocabulary and you would barely scratch their surface. If Romney does not know what the Clintons are by now he is naive on top of everything else. Shame on him if he does know. I must add that it’s a good thing Romney’s speaking engagement for Clinton is scheduled while there is still time to elect truly conservative Tea Party senators. The country is going to need them if Saturday’s vote to cut funding to America’s enemies is the way of things: It is imperative that Tea Partiers put enough senators in office to stop everything the traitors are doing with the UNIC (United Nations/International Community) no matter who is president. Villains Cliff Kincaid’s piece identifies two establishment Republican villains in the drama ——Ed Gillespie and Karl Rove. I don’t know much about Gillespie, but I pegged Rove as the prince of double-dealing a long time ago: Why is Romney Trying to Lose? Guest Column--Cliff Kincaid (Bio and Archives) Sunday, September 23, 2012 Why is Romney Trying to Lose? Should there be more than a grain of truth in Kincaid’s analysis Romney would be none the worse for wear if George Soros was advising him. It’s not listening to advice that hurts, it’s following the wrong advice that will bury Romney. From my perspective Soros is trying to bury America as quickly as possible, while Rove’s brand of conservatism guarantees death by inches. Bottom line: Soros and Rove hate conservatives and a conservative America more than they hate each other. Most conservatives are wise to Karl Rove irrespective of his many appearances on “fair and balanced” FOX Network talk shows. Conservatives know what Soros is. The question is “Does Romney have the moxie to castrate Rove before he can do more damage?” Finally, the first time an adviser tells a candidate to go after Hussein’s voters is the minute that advisor should be sent packing in no uncertain terms. If there is one immutable truth in presidential politics it is this: The Devil will be handing out Snow Cones in hell before a one of Hussein’s faithful votes for a Republican.