#rsrh Politics Ain’t Beanbag Watch, 01/12/2012.

If you’re wondering why various and sundry folks aren’t really too heart-broken about Mitt Romney being called a “vulture capitalist*,” it’s because of little things like this (via @GOP12):

As in so many other things, one of The Laws of the Playground applies here: Don’t dish it out if you can’t take it.

Moe Lane

*I may be one of the few people out there who find that comment both accurate and not particularly pejorative.  Vultures serve an unglamorous yet vital job in the ecosystem: they eat dead stuff before it becomes a breeding ground for plague.  I understand that Romney supporters still might not find the comparison all that aesthetically pleasing, though.


  • Cameron says:

    “How can we trust anyone who wants to kill Social Security?”
    Easily. And with a greater since of ease compared to someone who wants to keep it going in spite of how big a failure it is. Next question?

    And vultures are useful compared to political animals.

  • Cameron says:

    Grr. Greater SENSE of ease that is. Proofreading is your friend.

  • Doug Stewart says:

    I firmly maintain that “Save a Pretzel for the Gas Jets” was what started Perry on his downward public spiral…

  • Rob Crawford says:

    Perry wants to kill something that will self-destruct and take a huge chunk of the economy with it?
    Romney intended this to be an ad for him, right?

  • Finrod says:

    Hypocrisy, thy name is Willard Mitt Romney.

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