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Thursday, August 4, 2011
The part-time governor of Massachusetts sounds like he's on our side
A secret million dollars from a sketchy source, that makes a donation and then disappears into oblivion welcome to the brave new world of the citizens united America. Romney who has vowed to create jobs after laying off dozens and dozens under Bain capital. He did save the Utah Olympics certainly a feat synonymous with being the leader of the free world, was a half time governor of Massachusetts who spent most of the time running for president rather than being governor: ran up a bolt load of fees (see he didn't raise taxes), and left the roads in such disrepair that a giant sink hole opened up in the middle of 93, the main highway through the city. They are currently fixing all the bridges north of the city and the lanes go from four lanes to two every weekend in part due to the stewardship of the part time governor.
From the Huffingtonpost;
Secret Corporate Money Powers Pro-Romney Super PAC
WASHINGTON -- A corporation that contributed $1 million to a political action committee supporting the presidential bid of former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney has been dissolved just four months after being formed. The company's fold, and its relationship to the Romney campaign, marks the new contours of the continued breakdown in campaign finance disclosure in the wake of the Supreme Court's Citizens United decision. The company, W Spann LLC, donated to Restore Our Future PAC on April 28 and cancelled its certificate of incorporation on July 12, according to Delaware state records obtained by NBC's Michael Isikoff. The company's records were signed and handled by Ropes & Gray lawyer Cameron Casey, a Boston-based expert in estate planning for "high-net-worth individuals and families," according to an official bio on the Ropes & Gray web site. Full story here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/08/04/w-spann-llc-restore-our-future_n_918051.html