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Oh, Super: Romney Consulted With Obama Mass Sterilization Expert and Science Czar John Holdren

posted at 10:18 pm on October 14, 2011 by

The ever-morphing policy positions of Mitt Romney are sufficiently disturbing on their own.

But if it’s true that Romney consulted with Obama’s crazed ‘Science Czar’ John Holdren, he should step out of the GOP race today.

Barack Hussein Obama has clotted the executive branch with unaccountable “czars” — unsavory characters too extreme to be confirmed for cabinet positions even by a hyper-partisan, Democrat-controlled Senate. Among the most alarming of these malevolent lunatics is Science Czar John Holdren, a participant in ClimateGate who has advocated de-developing America and putting sterilants in the public water supply…

Holdren has also spoken in favor of forced abortions, confiscation of babies, targeted as well as mass involuntary sterilization, bureaucratic regulation of family size, and global authoritarian government. If there is a line between ultra-left ideologue and evil maniac, Holdren clearly crosses it. No one to the right of Pol Pot would want John Holdren advising our leaders.

This brings us onto still more common ground between Barack Obama and Willard “Mitt” Romney. From an official memo released by Willard’s office when he was Governor of Taxachusetts, announcing “Strict New Clean Air Regulations“ [i.e., Cap and Trade]…

…Sound familiar? Obama wanted to impose Cap & Trade nationwide, but it would so obviously cripple the economy that he couldn’t get it through a Democrat Senate that was radical enough to pass ObamaCare — the national version of RomneyCare.

Now to the even scarier part: In the development of greenhouse gas policy, Romney Administration officials have elicited input from environmental and economic policy experts. These include John Holden [sic], professor of environmental policy at Harvard University…

Of course, that was back in 2005. By now everyone knows that global warming is a hoax, and CO2 is harmless. Everyone except Mittens, that is. He continues to proclaim that economic activity makes it be too hot out.

This comes on the heels of reports that President Obama met with Romney’s key advisers while designing Obamacare.

Newly obtained White House records provide fresh details on how senior Obama administration officials used Mitt Romney’s landmark health-care law in Massachusetts as a model for the new federal law, including recruiting some of Romney’s own health care advisers and experts to help craft the act now derided by Republicans as “Obamacare.”

Romney’s shape-shifting positions are so flagrant that even Democrats are producing flip-flop videos of the sort that pulverized John Kerry in 2004.

Look, folks: I’ll support Mitt Romney against Barack Obama if he’s the nominee. But he’s not the nominee. Herman Cain, Michele Bachmann, Rick Perry, Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich are all vastly superior candidates — and vastly more electable in the general — than Mitt Romney.

We don’t need another John McCain or Bob Dole. We don’t need another mushy centrist with ill-defined principles. Too much is at stake this year. While there may not be a Reagan in the race, there are Constitutional conservatives to choose from. And choose from them we must if this Republic is to survive.
Related: Early glimpse at the official 2012 Obama bumper-sticker (if they accept my design proposal).

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Ok, I was afraid something else was going to pop up about Romney. Never liked him in 2008; like him even less now. I won’t support him if he is the nominee. If the GOP and its base are stupid enough to nominate Romney, we deserve 4 more years of Obama.

austinnelly on October 14, 2011 at 10:35 PM

He’s got to go. Wake up, Republicans.

rrpjr on October 14, 2011 at 10:45 PM

If he’s the nominee, then I’m voting 3rd party. Some thot I was just talking crazy, when the truth is anyone voting for Mittness is crazy.

AH_C on October 15, 2011 at 1:11 AM

Romney is not the leader we need at this time in history. He says what he needs to say to get elected. He’s a squishy compromiser.

His Achilles’s heels are being ignored by the media for now. Wait until he is the actual candidate. This is not good, not good at all.

Question: If a ham sandwich can beat Obama, why can’t we find a real ham sandwich to run instead of the pre-ordained heir and the spare?

Fallon on October 15, 2011 at 9:31 AM

I’m writing in SP.

Kissmygrits on October 15, 2011 at 9:37 AM

I can only imagine the Romney-obama debates … Oy.

pambi on October 15, 2011 at 10:07 AM

Down twinkles x 1000000

pambi on October 15, 2011 at 10:08 AM

I personally want to thank all of our HA bloggers who slog thru the, um, [email protected] to bring us these DETAILS !
Yeah, we’re all pretty politically savvy, here, and sort of ‘know’ or at least sense these background problems, but hats off to our SLOGGERS, who never fail to shine light on what we really need to understand.

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Love the bumper sticker, too. 🙂

pambi on October 15, 2011 at 10:42 AM

This needs to be frontpaged, at a peak time. This needs maximum exposure.

MadisonConservative on October 15, 2011 at 11:44 AM

This needs to be frontpaged, at a peak time. This needs maximum exposure.

MadisonConservative on October 15, 2011 at 11:44 AM

No it doesn’t. Romeny’s going to be the next president or something./////////////////////////////////

gryphon202 on October 15, 2011 at 7:09 PM

This needs to be frontpaged, at a peak time. This needs maximum exposure.

MadisonConservative on October 15, 2011 at 11:44 AM

But…but…but…he’s electable!!!

uknowmorethanme on October 15, 2011 at 8:53 PM

What I think will happen is that the conservatives in the race will beat the hell out of each other and no Not-Romney candidate will emerge. Then the Democrats will vote in the open primaries and give the edge to Romney. Romney will be our nominee and win or lose, it will split the Republican party.

I hope this doesn’t play out but what we can do is pick from Cain, Perry, Santorum, and Bachmann before the voting begins. Whoever is ahead in the RCP average of polls we should support.

Bill C on October 16, 2011 at 10:09 AM