Bernie Sanders & Mitt Romney

Bernard Bernie Sanders (born September 8, 1941) is the junior United States Senator from Vermont. He previously represented Vermont's at-large district in the United States House of Representatives. Willard Mitt Romney (born March 12, 1947) is an American businessman who was the Republican Party's nominee for President of the United States in the 2012 election. 5.0/5

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he's Mitt Romney or Al Gore when they need to find their Bernie Sanders. Or anyone who cares really.
In an alternate universe, people are fascinated by Bernie Sanders and Mitt Romney respectfully debating economic reform.
Sending telepathic waves to Ted Cruz, Bernie Sanders, Mitt Romney, and the entire Bush family for them to endorse Gary Johnson.
Mitt Romney on Saturday took a thinly veiled shot at Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders, warning against "demagogues" in a commen…
Bernie Sanders & Mitt Romney, both don't use their real name Bernard & Willard, and both of them are hiding their taxes from the people!
Bernie Sanders, Mitt Romney, Ben Carson, Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Abraham Lincoln.etc all of them can honestly get it
I'm over this whole Bernie sanders thing.. Think I'm more of a Mitt Romney guy now.
That's it I'm letting the politics out of the bag . I'm calling them out ... Please run for President ... Mitt Romney, Rick Perry, Michele Bachmann, Herman Cain, Marco Rubio, Canadian Ted Cruz, Paul Ryan, Chris Christie, & Rick "Frothy Load" Santorum. You made my news so awesome in 2012 I can't wait for a repeat! Serious candidates AKA Rand Paul, Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, Jeb Bush, & Hillary Clinton . Who cares the most about the American People and who cares the most about Campaign Funds? I bet Campaign Funds trump the American People every time.
Mitt Romney, Jeb Bush, Rand Paul, Rick Perry, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Elizabeth Warren, and Bernie Sanders are no different than "our" other elected officials in the federal government... traitorous "Israel First" Rothschild Zionist warmongers and bankster-gangster stooges one and all. At this time, approximately ninety percent (90%) of Americans eligible to vote are too dumbed down, intellectually challenged, and ethically degenerate to consider refusing to vote for such candidates.
Righty Talk : "Don't listen to Bernie Sanders about policies to respond to massive income inequality, he's a hypocrite cause he makes lots of money. The guy we need to listen to about income inequality is someone like Mitt Romney"
Mitt Romney paid a 13% rate on income of many millions. The lowest earner who works for himself/herself pays 15% for Social Security taxes. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) says let's remove the cap on Social Security tax, and tax millionaires just like everyone else. It will make Social Security save forever. And will make sure millionaires and billionaires pay at least 15% of their income in some kind of tax.
Bernie Sanders is one of the few senators fighting for US - the other 98%! Stand With Working Families By Bernie Sanders, Open Mike Blog 21 November 12 he Democrats won a major victory on Election Day. Despite dozens of billionaires spending huge amounts of money to defeat President Barack Obama, he won a crushing victory in the Electoral College and received 3 million more votes than former Gov. Mitt Romney did nationally. Democrats won 25 of 33 seats contested in the Senate and, to everyone's surprise, expanded their majority there by two. They also gained seats in the House. Now, with this victory behind them, the president and congressional Democrats must make it very clear that they will stand with the Middle Class and working families of our country. These are the people who, because of the Wall Street-caused recession, have seen a significant decline in their family income. These are the people who worry about whether they can afford health care and whether their kids will be able to attend college ...
The best that Boehner could come up with last Friday was more vagary of the kind that trademarked Mitt Romney's no-details plan to cure America. 'I don't want to box myself in and I don't want to box anyone else in," Boehner said. No different than he did before the election, the speaker is opposing tax increases, saying they would slow a struggling economy. He also argued that a temporary agreement should be discussed in the lame duck Congress. The only independent candidate in the U.S. Senate, Bernie Sanders who caucuses with Democrats, took on Speaker Boehner directly, saying the notion that because Republicans still control the House that's a mandate to protect the Bush tax cuts for the wealthy is a ludicrous argument. "Well, I think the objective facts disagree with that assertion. The Democrats gained two seats in the Senate, did better than anyone dreamed. The Democrats gained more votes in the House, gained a few seats in the House. President Obama won a resounding Electoral College victory and wo ...
Today's news from Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.): Sanders: Put Right Wing on Defensive: Sen. Bernie Sanders wants President Barack Obama to stay in campaign mode and use the momentum of his big re-election win to rally support for plans to preserve programs such as Social Security and require the wealthy pay more in taxes. "The president said last night that maybe he's going to spend a little more time out of the Oval Office and go around the country, and I think that's an excellent idea," Sanders told the Burlington Free Press in an interview the day after the votes were tallied. "We have got to put the right-wingers on the defense right now." Sanders said he hoped Republicans heard the message that Americans aren't interested in a government pushing extremist policies, according to a Brattleboro Reformer editorial. A Mandate: "What I believe the president of the United States has got to do is ... get up there and say, ‘Do you,' folks in Oklahoma, folks in Mississippi, or wherever, do you really want to c ...
Today's new from Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.): CEOs on Deficits: Sen. Bernie Sanders said many of the more than 80 CEOs who called Thursday for Congress to cut deficits run corporations that have evaded taxes and therefore worsened deficits, The Hill reported. "There really is no shame," Sanders said, according to Reuters. "Before telling us why we should cut Social Security, Medicare and other vitally important programs, these CEOs might want to take a hard look at their responsibility for causing the deficit," Sanders said on Fox Business News, Common Dreams, Politicus and Op-Ed News. Green Energy: Mitt Romney called sustainable energy "imaginary," but Sen. Sanders said progress has been made on green energy programs since President Obama took office. "The United States today has not only the opportunity to lead the world in cutting carbon emissions, but also in creating millions of good paying jobs as we transform our energy system away from fossil fuels," Sanders wrote in The Huffington Post. Housing: ...
Today's news from Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.): Debate: Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney called for a firmer demonstration of American strength on the world stage, while President Barack Obama argued his opponent offered an inconsistent and reckless global vision, as the two candidates met Monday night in their third and final debate, The Wall Street Journal reported. Social Security: The government tries to lift Social Security payments and veterans' benefits enough to cover cost of living increases, but tends to under-compensate. During the past year, for example, food rose 4.7 percent, gasoline 10.3 percent and health care 3.5 percent - all well above the 1.7 percent COLA that seniors and disabled vets will receive for 2013. Sen. Bernie Sanders has warned that benefits would lag behind the cost of living even more if a White House deficit commission plan is signed into law, according to Market Watch. Citizens United: Twenty-six senators including Sanders have signed on to a resolution which w ...
Bernie Sanders Today's news from Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.): Social Security: COLA Social Security recipients shouldn't expect a big increase in monthly benefits come January. Preliminary figures show the annual benefit boost will be between 1 percent and 2 percent. A $12 to $24 increase would be among the lowest since automatic adjustments were adopted in 1975. The size of the increase will be made official Tuesday, when the government releases inflation figures for September. The cost-of-living adjustment, or COLA, is tied to a government measure of inflation adopted by Congress in the 1970s. It shows that consumer prices have gone up by less than 2 percent in the past year. Energy Winners and Losers: Mitt Romney is right. The government does pick winners and losers in the energy sector. "What Romney has not told the American People, however, is that the big winners of federal support are the already immensely profitable fossil fuel and nuclear industries , not sustainable energy." Sen. Bernie Sanders ...
"Corporations are just people, my friend." -- Mitt Romney, 2011. Sorry Mitt, you are wrong. Corporations are NOT human--they are legal constructs designed to limit liability for wrong-doing. That is why they are called Ltd. in Britain. Corporations have no First Amendment rights as individual citizens do. The U.S. Supreme Court in January 2010 got it dead wrong. The only way to fix this wrong is to pass a constitutional amendment spelling out the rights of corporations versus the rights of individual citizens. I like Sen. Bernie Sanders language. Read it here:
In my view, we will not make progress in addressing either the jobs or deficit crisis unless we are prepared to take on the greed of Wall Street and big-money interests who want more and more for themselves at the expense of all Americans. Let's be clear. Class warfare is being waged in this country. It is being waged by the Koch brothers, Sheldon Adeslon, Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan and all the others who want to decimate working families in order to make the wealthiest people even wealthier. In this class war that we didn't start, let's make sure it is the Middle Class and working families who win, not the millionaires and billionaires. Sen. Bernie Sanders, Ind Vermont
I watched Bill Moyers interview Vt. Sen. Bernie Sanders and Green Party Presidential ticket Dr. Jill Stein and Cheri Honkala. (Ms. Honkala once ran for Philadelphia Sheriff so she could stop mortgage foreclosure evictions.) I then did some research on wealth inequality in the USA. According to the nonpartisan Congressional research office, ten percent of the population now controls seventy five percent of the nation wealth, while the bottom ninety percent gets the remaining one-fourth. Indeed, the top 1 percent alone actually controls about 40 percent. I won't be able to participate in the upcoming political debates (no one asked me :( , but I wish someone would ask Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan this: How much wealth do the job creators need before they can create jobs? All of it?
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) reacts to Mitt Romney’s 47 percent comments with “Viewpoint” host Eliot Spitzer. In a now infamous video taken in secret at a private fundraiser, Romney derided the 47 percent of the country who don’t pay income taxes for being “dependent upon government” and believing “t...
Sept. 18: Mitt Romney is digging in his heels over the comments he made at a high-priced fundraiser earlier this year. President Obama addressed the comments on camera for the first time. Ed Schultz talks with Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., to explain what this tells us about Mitt Romney.
News Summary Cutting thru the Propaganda Fog Since the New Deal, Republicans have been on the wrong side of every issue of concern to ordinary Americans; Social Security, the war in Vietnam, equal rights, civil liberties, church- state separation, consumer issues, public education, reproductive freedom, national health care, labor issues, gun policy, campaign-finance reform, the environment and tax fairness. No political party could remain so consistently wrong by accident. The only rational conclusion is that, despite their cynical "family values" propaganda, the Republican Party is a criminal conspiracy to betray the interests of the American People in favor of plutocratic and corporate interests, and absolutist religious groups. Why? Because they're evil GOP *** :oric versus realityThe Rebranding of the President, 2012: Why Is Obama Running on His Record? by Ted Rall Cap'n Mitt and the Pirates of *** Bay by Richard Eskow Dreaming of a Wave Election by Marty Kaplan Video: Bernie Sanders on Mon ...
In a week with more political rhetoric than usual, Sen. Bernie Sanders offered facts to counter the fiction in Republican assaults on Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid. At the Republican National Convention, wealt hy donors hobnobbed Wednesday on a yacht flying a flag of the Cayman Islands, the tax haven where Mitt Romney and other wealthy individuals shelter their fortunes to avoid paying U.S. taxes. President Obama weighed in on Wednesday for a constitutional amendment to undo Citizens United. In the Senate, Sanders is the sponsor of an amendment to reverse the Supreme Court decision that let business and billionaires bankroll (mostly Republican) campaigns. Meanwhile, several states (with Republican governors) have put new laws on the books to discourage voting by young and old and poor people. A federal court on Thursday struck down one such an anti-democratic law in Texas. A Government Accountability Office investigation, which was requested by Sanders, is looking at similar laws in other states. ...
Winning the Middle Class "Given Mitt Romney's business record as an outsourcer and tax avoider, and his desire to continue the failed economic policies of George W. Bush, President Obama should be 20 points ahead in the polls right now, not struggling to stay even," wrote Sen. Bernie Sanders in an op-ed for USA Today.
Here is a good article by Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont Deficit Hawk Hypocrites Sen. Bernie Sanders, Reader Supported News 29 August 12 Republican Deficit-Hawk Hypocrites Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan and the Republican Party are now mounting a massive attack against Social Security and other programs. Using "deficit reduction" as their rationale, they are attempting to dismantle every major piece of legislation passed since the 1930s that provides support and security to working families. They are being aided by at least 23 billionaire families, led by the Koch brothers and Sheldon Adelson, who are spending hundreds of millions of dollars in this campaign as a result of the disastrous Citizens United Supreme Court decision. Despite paying the lowest effective tax rate in decades, the billionaires want more tax breaks for the very rich. Despite the fact that the elimination of strong regulations caused the Wall Street meltdown and a terrible recession, the billionaires want more deregulation. Despite outsour ...
Medicare — The Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan plan to end Medicare as we know it would be a "disaster" for seniors, Sen. Bernie Sanders told radio host Ed Schultz on Monday. "They are working with their billionaire friends and waging the most vicious attack against working families, the elderly, the ...
Social Security had a birthday this week. This came from Bernie Sanders: In the 77 years since President Franklin Roosevelt signed Social Security into law on August 14, 1935, the retirement program has been one of the nation's most successful anti-poverty programs. Before Social Security existed, about half of America's senior citizens lived in poverty. Today, less than 10 percent live in poverty. Today, Social Security not only provides retirement security but also enables millions of people with disabilities, and widows, widowers and children to live in dignity and security. In these highly volatile economic times, when millions of Americans lost their life savings in the 2008 Wall Street crash, it is important to remember that since its inception, through good economic times and bad, Social Security has paid every penny owed to every eligible beneficiary. Despite Wall Street and right-wing misinformation, Social Security, which is funded by the payroll tax, does not contribute to the deficit. In fact, ...
Sen. Bernie Sanders put out a statement today calling Paul Ryan a deficit hawk hypocrite because he voted for unpaid for wars, tax cuts for rich, and Wall Street deregulation.
Why doesn't Ron Paul endorse Mitt Romney? I'll tell you why, he doesn't have to! If not elected President he plans to retire. And he is not taking taxpayer money with him. He is turning down the pension. There for he will get my vote, he will now that I was aware of how hard he tried to work for the People. So if I have to write him in I will along with Bernie Sanders for VP. We shall see if my vote counts!
Video on msnbc.com: Harold Hamm is an oil tycoon and Mitt Romney's energy advisor. He's also spent nearly $1 million dollars on the effort to defeat President Obama, thanks to the Supreme Court's Citizens' United ruling. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., talks with Ed Schultz about the effect of limitless...
The full force of Citizens United is starting to take shape. Mitt Romney’s energy advisor, oil tycoon Harold Hamm, will be able to spend limitless amounts of money to buy politicians who will deregulate the industry. Tonight, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) joins Ed to rev …
President Obama should replace Gary Gensler as the Commodity Futures Trading Commission chairman with someone who will enforce speculation limits on Wall Street oil and gas traders, Sen. Bernie Sanders said in a letter sent to the White House on Monday. Sanders said Wall Street speculators were resp...
Bernie Sanders: Mitt Romney is George W. Bush reincarnated. The rich have no worries. The poor have NOthing. Nothing will change w/Mitt
Sen. Bernie Sanders called out Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, and Newt Gingrich for lying and covering up the real reason why gas prices are increasing.
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