Tag Archive | Mitt Romney

Romney: Fossilized Ideas in a Climate of Change

Romney has reinvented himself as the Ron Popeil of fossil fuels, touting them as our best bet to stimulate economic growth. Few people argued with this thinking fifty years ago, but our collective carbon footprint has created massive environmental damage that could jeopardize our very existence.

Mitt Romney’s Quest for a Strong Political Identity

Romney’s attempts to attract a Conservative base may drive the future of America’s domestic and foreign policies. Republican presidential hopeful, Mitt Romney, now dismisses the very reforms he brought into law as Governor of Massachusetts. His campaign has placed all bets on a platform that seeks approval from a very conservative audience. “He who controls […]

Contraception: A Terrible Waste of Gourmet Protein

Contraception: A Terrible Waste of Gourmet Protein

The possibilities for new dishes are endless. Personally, I’d like to try something slow roasted over peach or maple wood, then hot mopped in the final stages with a citrus/honey glaze.

Mitt Meets A New Kind of Good Ol’ Boy

Mitt Meets A New Kind of Good Ol’ Boy

On December 12, 2011, during a campaign photo op in Manchester, New Hampshire, conservative candidate Mitt Romney visited a local diner. Spying the military emblem on a patron’s good-old-boy cap, Mitt sat down to chat with a Vietnam veteran, and likely assumed the two men would ham it up for the cameras in a beige […]