The “PSP” Strikes AGAIN.

If THIS asshat is the PSP nominee in 2016, count ME out. As much evidence as there is out there REFUTING AGW, for the LOSER of the 2012 election to say “it’s a problem”, you’ve lost me.

WHY in the HELL  the PSP so superglued on “moderates” defies belief. Here is the shit, from Michael Bastasch at The Daily

Report: Romney Says Global Warming Is Real And A Problem

1/20/2015 By Michael Bastasch


Asshat must have been hanging around the Fraudacle again. ANY PSP candidate who buys into the fraud does NOT deserve MY support.

Too bad the “moderates” like Mitt are buying into the scam.


Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney seems to be on the campaign trail again, telling a gathering in Iowa that while he thinks global warming is real and a problem, he hopes skeptics of man-made global warming are right.

“He said it’s not enough for Americans to keep their own carbon emissions in check when much of the rise in greenhouse gases globally is coming from countries such as China and India,” reports the Des Moines Register.

The former Republican presidential candidate has not had a lot to say on global warming in the past. During the 2012 election, neither Romney nor President Barack Obama spoke a lot on global warming. In fact, Obama took the time to defend his record on oil and natural gas drilling against attacks from Romney.

“We have increased oil production to the highest levels in 16 years,” Obama said in a 2012 presidential debate. “Natural gas production is the highest it’s been in decades. We have seen increases in coal production and coal employment. That’s why we doubled clean — clean energy production like wind and solar and biofuels.”

“And the president’s right in terms of the additional oil production, but none of it came on federal land,” Romney shot back during the debate. “As a matter of fact, oil production is down 14 percent this year on federal land, and gas production was down 9 percent.”

“Why? Because the president cut in half the number of licenses and permits for drilling on federal lands, and in federal waters,” Romney said.

Romney also attacked Obama for his so-called “war on coal” — a rallying cry for coal state lawmakers who saw federal environmental regulations shuttering coal power plants and coal mines.

“I was in coal country. People grabbed my arms and said, ‘Please save my job.’ The head of the EPA said, ‘You can’t build a coal plant. … [I]t’s virtually impossible given our regulations.’” Romney said in 2012. “When the president ran for office, he said if you build a coal plant, you can go ahead, but you’ll go bankrupt.”

“I don’t think anyone really believes that you’re a person who’s going to be pushing for oil and gas and coal,” Romney told Obama.

Despite energy issues coming up in the election, there was very little focus on global warming itself. But that was 2012 and Romney is looking ahead to 2016 where global warming will likely be more of an issue because of pending federal regulations on greenhouse gases.

Obama made tackling global warming a major plank of his second term in office. Since that time, he has ordered the Environmental Protection Agency to come up with greenhouse gas regulations for new and existing power plants, as well as methane regulations on oil and natural gas drilling.

Because of these regulations, global warming could play a bigger role in the 2016 election. Indeed, news reports have indicated Republicans have hired a political strategist to help come up with a response to Obama’s climate agenda.

“They’re going to try to drag their feet as long as possible, but there are certain things out there that could bring the predominant GOP position to light,” GOP strategist Ford O’Connell told the Examiner. “They want to at least have a unified position and they want to be able to have their ducks in a row. And if they have a solution, they want to have one that has the least impact on the economy.”


Set out a bag of dog shit, a moderate will go out of his way to step in it. With ALL the evidence of NO global warming in OVER 18 years now, record cold and snow last winter, a cold ass winter ALREADY, ice packs, polar bears, all at RECORD levels, hurricanes, floods, droughts, tornadoes all at record LOW levels, and THIS moron comes up with THIS asshattery?

If Romney is the BEST the PSP can come up with next year, say HELLO to President Hitlary,or, worse yet, President Fauxahontas.

If this clown somehow survives the primary process, and ends up with the nod, I’ll not be voting. Call me all the names you want, I DO NOT give a flying f- – -, I simply REFUSE to back ANY candidate, under ANY circumstances, who buys into the fraud.


CLYDE. Having a hard time believing Mitt is THIS stupid.

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12 Responses to The “PSP” Strikes AGAIN.

  1. BrianR says:

    Clyde, I’m with you, pard. The PSP needs to get unstuck from stupid, and pay attention to the historical record. Reagan didn’t win 2 landslide victories by trying to sound like a watered-down Dem/socialist.

    • Clyde says:

      Thanks, Brian. WHY these assholes are so afraid of conservatism boggles the mind. Ever since Goldwater’s defeat, the idiots have absolutely CRINGED whenever a TRUE conservative gets some traction. The “moderate” wing of the party HATED Reagan as much as the left did.

  2. captbogus2 says:

    I’m tellin’ ya. If this sonofabitch runs in ’16 you can usher in another Clinton.

  3. CW says:

    Yeah, Clyde, I have no interest in any Republican candidate that doesn’t come out and forcefully denounce the Left’s crusade to control and steal in the name of “climate change.” Why is it so difficult for so-called conservative candidates to simply tell it like it is? This is what I want to hear, loudly stated:

    “It’s time to put an end to phony science and the Left’s massive power grab attempt in the name of ‘climate change,’ which you may remember used to be ‘global warming’ before the so-called science led to a dead end. As of today we declare that no politician or gov’t bureaucrat has the right to tie our hands, individually or as a nation, when it comes to our rights to consume energy to work, to produce and live.”

  4. Kathy says:

    I remember when he had O on the ropes during the first debate. He should have come out with the same attitude in the others, but instead, he backed off. He let O have the upper hand, then and he’s giving it to the Dems now.

    I’m with you guys – a big time no to Romney, we can do better. Much better.

    • Clyde says:

      Kathy, that is a mystery to me as well. No matter WHAT the DNC operatives had on him, no matter what he said, or did, would go STRAIGHT to the media, who would have spun it like a frigging top. Romney’s biggest failure, IMHO, was letting the goddamn leftist media define him, instead of him defining HIMSELF. Thanks, and a great comment.

  5. Garnet92 says:

    Ted Cruz is a DENIER!

  6. Hardnox says:

    Me too. I have a hard time believing he’s that stupid. I expect it is what his handlers have advised him to say. Hopefully he’ll change his tune and present the facts to support it. If he did he’d be a champion of the right.

    • Clyde says:

      When these “handlers” are telling these guys to say stupid shit just for the sake of the LIV crowd, the REAL candidate MUST tell them to pound sand. To me, this issue is a sure fire loser for repubs, just as gun control is for the jackasses. Thanks, Boss.