Friday, June 15, 2012

Romney's Bus Tour

It's a five-day, six-state bus tour.

Maybe someone will get a chance to ask him this question, "Do you agree with Ron Paul that we should end the Fed?"

The trip will start in New Hampshire on Friday and will make further stops in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Wisconsin, Iowa and Michigan, where he will focus on what he calls President Obama's failed economic policies.

A follow up question might be, "Do you agree with Ron and Rand Paul that foreign aid should be ended to all nations, including Israel?"


  1. Except, Bob, I don't think Rand Paul would agree with that bit anymore.

  2. Come on Robert, there are better questions than that.

    Neither question will make him remotely uncomfortable. His position on those two questions is clear. The answer would be "No" and "No."

    Ask him this one: "Did you attend any part of the Bilderberg conference earlier this month?" If he answers "yes," follow up with, "How do you feel about consorting with secret combinations?"

    1. I think the point is that if Romney answers does answer "No" to RW's to questions, it separates him from Rand Paul who is claiming that Ron Paul and Romney are close on many issues.

      What's Rand going to do then?

      As far as a follow up to a Bilderberg question, keep dreaming, ain't going to happen. You get one question, one shot.

  3. Yep, those are some Great Questions to inspire Mitt to tap dance around the issues. I wonder if the Romney campaign has any strategy for trying (futilely?) to win over Paul supporters.