A few years ago, Republicans Bush and Cheney with the help of their activist Supreme Court Judges stole the Presidency from Al Gore. The aftermath that followed is eeriely similar to what Mitt Romney did to some of the Businesses. Bush/Cheney Administration stole into the Presidency and raided the US Treasury, cleared it out and replaced it with borrowing from the Chinese and any other nations who wanted to lend us, only to benefit their favored constituents, the Haliburtons, The KBRs, The Goldman Sachs of the world and leaving the rest of the country's millions of unsuspecting citizens in swim or sink situation. While Mitt Romney was doing the same to the business world. He and his adminstration would raid a good fledgling business, steal all their hard assets and replace them with debts that they could never recover from and then moved on to stash all the takings overseas, leaving the thousands of poor workers out of their jobs.

Am I too off-based to find this similarity?


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