Posts Tagged ‘endorsements’

Colin Powell? Ha. Meat Loaf!

October 27, 2012

On Thursday morning General Colin Powell, Ronald Reagan’s National Security Advisor, 12th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Secretary of State under President George W. Bush, endorsed Barack Obama for President.

On Thursday evening Republican Mitt Romney was endorsed by aging rock singer, bit part film actor, and reality TV personality Meat Loaf.

Take that, Mr. President!


“Rocker-reality TV star Meat Loaf backs Romney,” Catalina Camia, USA Today

“Rocking the Vote, Meat Loaf Endorses Romney,” Michael Barbaro, New York Times blog


Meat Loaf won’t actually vote for Mitt Romney. Why not? He never got around to registering:

“Big Mitt Romney Supporter Caught In Voter Fraud?” The Smoking Gun


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Salt Lake Tribune Endorses Obama

October 20, 2012

Salt Lake Tribune Endorses Obama

The editors of the Salt Lake Tribune, leading newspaper in “largely Mormon, Republican, business-friendly” Utah, really wanted to endorse “the Beehive State’s favorite adopted son,” Mitt Romney. Instead, they concluded that Barack Obama has earned another term. Here’s why:

“From his embrace of the party’s radical right wing, to subsequent portrayals of himself as a moderate champion of the middle class, Romney has raised the most frequently asked question of the campaign: ‘Who is this guy, really, and what in the world does he truly believe?'”

“More troubling, Romney has repeatedly refused to share specifics of his radical plan to simultaneously reduce the debt, get rid of Obamacare (or, as he now says, only part of it), make a voucher program of Medicare, slash taxes and spending, and thereby create millions of new jobs. To claim, as Romney does, that he would offset his tax and spending cuts (except for billions more for the military) by doing away with tax deductions and exemptions is utterly meaningless without identifying which and how many would get the ax. Absent those specifics, his promise of a balanced budget simply does not pencil out.”


Nike Drops Lance, Lance Drops Livestrong

October 17, 2012

Nike Drops Lance, Lance Drops Livestrong

“Due to the seemingly insurmountable evidence that Lance Armstrong participated in doping and misled Nike for more than a decade, it is with great sadness that we have terminated our contract with him. Nike does not condone the use of illegal performance enhancing drugs in any manner.

 Nike plans to continue support of the Livestrong initiatives created to unite, inspire and empower people affected by cancer.”

 — Nike Statement on Lance Armstrong