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"I hope you make it very clear to your employees what you believe is in the best interest of your enterprise and therefore their job and their future in the upcoming elections. And whether you agree with me or you agree with President Obama, or whatever your political view, I hope, you pass those along to your employees. There's nothing illegal about you talking to your employees about what you believe is best for the business, because I think that will figure into their election decision, their voting decision."
Brian J. Antal, president of the Mahoning County St. Vincent De Paul Society, said that he was not contacted by the Romney campaign ahead of the Saturday morning visit by Ryan.
"We're a faith-based organization; we are apolitical because the majority of our funding is from private donations," Antal said in an interview Monday. "It's strictly in our bylaws not to do it. They showed up there, and they did not have permission. They got one of the volunteers to open up the doors."
He added: "The photo-op they did wasn't even accurate. He did nothing. He just came in here to get his picture taken at the dining hall."
- Koch Industries, the Wichita, Kan.-based company run by the billionaire Koch brothers, sent their employees an email warning that if Obama were reelected, jobs may be lost.
- Last week David Siegel, the founder and CEO of Florida-based Westgate Resorts, sent an email to employees informing them that layoffs are likely if Obama is reelected.
A full 15 percent of Ohio Republicans surveyed said Romney deserved more credit than the president. Another 47 percent said they were "unsure."
These are FOX News Viewers. The Republican Fact Deflection Bubble works like a charm.
- He was born in Mexico of American parents that fled there to practice polygamy.
- His family fled back to the United States when Mexico had a revolution.
- He bullied gay kids in school, he and his buddies held one down and cut off his hair.
- He fled to France to avoid the Viet Nam war.
- With money from his father, he started Bain Capital, which became pioneers in outsourcing jobs to other countries.
- He lied about his residence being in Mass while filing taxes under a Utah address, just so he could run as Governor in Mass.
- He was 47th out of 50 states in job creation, people actually left his state in mass to find jobs elsewhere.
- He wrote the original Obamacare. This is a plus for him on the Left, but the Right try to hide this fact.
- He strapped his dog to the roof of the car for a 600 mile vacation trip to Canada.
- He drugged a sick horse so he could sell it, and was later successfully sued and had to pay damages.
- His party yacht flies the flag of the Cayman Islands.
- He keeps his money in at least 4 foreign countries to avoid paying taxes.
- He most likely paid no taxes between 2001 - 2009, he could disprove that, but he still refuses to release his tax returns.
- We know that in private, when he doesn't think the cameras are rolling, he tells his rich supporters that he doesn't care about half of America.
- We knows he will change his position on anything daily and say anything to get elected.
Back in Aug. Romney told told 60 Minutes that he believes that abortion should be allowed to protect a woman's health
The next day the Romney campaign issued a statement saying Nevermind what Romney just said, he does not support an exception to protect the health of a pregnant woman.
In Sept. Romney told Meet The Press that he's not going to repeal ALL of Obamacare, he said he would keep the part that protects people with pre-existing conditions.
A Romney spokesman later 'clarified' in a statement to the Atlantic Wire saying that Romney would not pass a federal law that required insurance companies to cover pre-existing conditions.
A few days later in an interview on Sept 14th Romney told ABC News that he had the same red line on Iran that President Obama has.
His campaign later came out and said to the New York Times No, nevermind what Romney just said, he does not have the same red like that President Obama has, that he would draw his own red line far before Mr. Obama's red line.
The on Sept 17th, at a televised Latino presidential candidate forum Mitt said the guy that wrote the Arizona "Papers Please" law, that he's never met the guy. That he doesn't know why people keep saying that guy is his immigration adviser.
:Later that day when asked for clarification, a spokesman for the Romney campaign said Romney and Chris Kobach have, in fact, met, and that Kobach does contribute advice periodically."
Few days later, on Sept. 25th, they did it again, at a rally Romney conceded one of his attacks on Obama was not true, that President Obama has not raised taxes while he has been in office.
Later on his campaign took it back, claiming that "Governor Romney was clearly communicating about an additional tax increase" That even though Romney said Obama didn't raise taxes that is not what he believes, even thought Obama didn't raise taxes, Romney believes that he did.
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