Tuesday, July 17, 2012
MESSAGE LOSS FOR ROMNEY, NOW DOGGED BY TAX CONTROVERSY
"I wish this president would learn how to be an American." - John Sununu, Republican former Governor of New Hampshire. Icheoku says there they go again - the birthers of America, who are convinced in their warped minds that an alien or a Kenyan is their president. America now you know why the virulent attacks coming the way of the president - it is all about his SKIN COLOR, period. Regrettably these white good ole boys are too afraid to come out and man up to the fact that a NIGGER being in "their" White House is the reason they have been throwing fits ever since that November 4, 2008 America broke a new historical grounds. America tell these human excrements that it is a new day in America and there is no longer room enough to contain their hate and bigotry.
Continuing John Sununu averred that "If (Romney) didn't pay taxes, you don't think the IRS would be knocking on his door? The IRS would have knocked at his door, and we would know all about it. The Obama campaign has once again demonstrated that they are clearly and unequivocally a bunch of liars." Icheoku says this man is certainly a wacko doodle and could he please tell Icheoku how many Americans don't pay their taxes and how many of them have had the IRS knock on their doors? Instead of name calling, John Sununu should advise his Mitt Romney to just do the simple thing solving this matter, comply with request and RELEASE HIS DARN TAX RETURNS, period.
Icheoku however agrees with Team Obama2012 that the Romney campaign "has officially gone off the deep end" in their attempt to punt the damaging tax return question. The tax return is their new albatross which is not going away anytime soon; so the sooner they produce them, the better for the campaign to regain traction. In the alternative, Mitt Romney's Bain Capital connection might prove to be the bane of his now-fast losing air presidential election campaign 2012. Reechoing Obama's spokesperson, "The question is what else they'll pull to avoid answering serious questions about Romney's tenure at Bain Capital and investments in foreign tax havens and offshore accounts. This meltdown and over-the-top rhetoric won't make things better. It only calls attention to how desperate they are to change the conversation."