The Winning Our Future Super PAC is giving us a foretaste of what the general election will be like if Mitt Romney wins the nomination.  They released a video called The King of Bain.  You can watch the trailer down below:

While capitalism is, by and large, a good thing, greed, you know the love of money (1 Timothy 6:10), is not. One can argue whether or not this is fair criticism.  Gingrich has taken some heat for this as he has directly gone after Romney on crony capitalism, but the fact remains this Super PAC that has backed Newt Gingrich has done Republicans a great service by pointing out what will be a glaring weakness in Romney should he be the nominee – “I can’t relate to him.”  (Not helped by the I’ll bet you $10,000 remark during a recent debate in Des Moines, IA)

Frankly I don’t think crony capitalism is a topic that should be avoided, Mitt Romney has no problem going after it.  It’s one of the reasons we are in the mess that we are in.  Romney is part of that culture – it’s fair game.

Honestly I would have thought that RomneyCare and the fact his advisors helped craft ObamacCare would have been enough to help Republican voters realize that he is a lousy candidate.

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  1. It is civil war within the Republican party.

    What does it all say about conservatives and capitalism?

    In a searing critique Wednesday, MSNBC Host and former Republican Congressman Joe Scarborough lashed out at the hypocrisy of his own party over the past “horrifying decade.” 

    Scarborough’s laundry list of grievances is shocking in its candor, outlining how Republican leadership has failed the conservative cause.

    But “Morning Joe” may have missed the larger point on a major issue that continues to outrage millions of Americans.

    Watch the clip here: http://thebottom99percent.com/morning-joes-joe-scarborough-a-dismal-decade/

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