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Coal miners lost pay & were forced to listen to Romney

Coal miners lost pay & were forced to listen to Romney

This is really disturbing to me. The workers who showed up to Romney’s Ohio coal mine job creation-a-thon were sort of forced to go there. “The Pepper Pike company that owns the Century Mine told workers that attending the Aug. 14 Romney event would be both mandatory and unpaid, a top company official said Monday

One reason Romney can’t be trusted: Meg Whitman

Just like that STAR WARS missile defense program, it seems that for Republicans bad ideas don’t go away–they are just simply recycled. When asked about a possible cabinet member recently, the presumptive GOP presidential nominee put forth the name of Meg Whitman. I suppose it was too extreme for Romney to suggest Carly Fiorina. Here’s

Romney & Marriott Sucks: Avoids paying taxes

Most hotels treat their workforce like garbage. They pay them low wages and don’t give them benefits and etc. Some hotels are hostile to union organization as well. So it makes it all the more important to highlight their tax-dodging efforts. During Romney’s tenure as a Marriott director, the company repeatedly utilized complex tax-avoidance maneuvers,

Jared Bernstein tells Romney Econs put up or shut up

  OK so he didn’t really say it that way, but that is what I got from his latest blog post. Gov Romney’s got real economists on his team.  If he wants to make the case that things would be better if we followed his plan—which actually looks pretty Hoover’esque to me—explicitly anti-stimulus re jobs

Romney hates paying taxes to the US

So he wants to be the President of the United States. Yet, how can you be the President of a country that you don’t like paying taxes to? Setting up off shore bank accounts in the Cayman Islands? Oh, Mitt. As the ABC News report says: The Romney campaign says he has paid tax on

Mitt Romney: Your walking contradiction on corporate taxes

In the ultra right wing Republican Party Mitt Romney is his own worst enemy it would seem. “How could he do this to businesses as a business guy?” Joe Casey, then a top executive at a Massachusetts bank, Seacoast Financial, recalled asking colleagues whose companies had to pay up after the Romney administration closed a