It seems that Willard gets dogged everywhere he goes. If he isn’t sticking his foot in his own mouth, he’s trying to extract “Queen Ann’s” foot from HERS.

Just look at how many times he’s done it, and how many venues he’s done it in. The US. The UK. Australia. And who can ever forget the Queen Ann Hit Parade? It features top ten rhythms like “I Don’t FEEL Rich,” and “I Told YOU PEOPLE All You Need To Know!”

A couple of people this inept have got to find some way, ANY way, of masking their ineptitude, or they might even start screwing themselves in places where cousins make dozens. The problem is, of course, their ineptitude-it makes any remedy problematic.

Uh, ALMOST any remedy. It seems that Willard has hit on the one way that he might be able to successfully campaign. But I’ll tell you, he’s gonna have to hire Blackwater and post them at the gates, everywhere that he may go, for his new “strategy” to work.


U.S. presidential candidate Mitt Romney plans to raise campaign money in private while in Israel, so what he tells wealthy American supporters abroad will be kept quiet from voters at home.

Romney’s campaign is barring reporters from a fundraiser at Jerusalem’s King David Hotel and not saying why. At U.S. events, Romney’s remarks to donors in communal spaces such as hotels are typically public.

President Barack Obama allows reporters to hear his words at fundraisers, though he generally bars them from listening to question-and-answer sessions with those in attendance. The president sometimes allows coverage of his remarks at events in private homes.

Romney traveling press secretary Rick Gorka, asked to comment, simply said, “Closed press, closed press, closed press,” as he walked down the aisle of the candidate’s campaign plane during the flight from London to Tel Aviv.

Some of Romney’s wealthiest U.S. supporters plan to attend Monday’s fundraiser. They include casino mogul Sheldon Adelson, who’s donated millions to a group backing Romney and is a leading backer of Republican Jewish groups in the U.S.

Donors at the event were asked to contribute $50,000 or to raise $100,000. Romney advisers say the event is expected to raise more than $1 million. The fundraiser will be relatively small, likely with about 50 attendees, giving Romney the chance to interact more personally than he does in many of the larger events.


50 people. $1 MILLION dollars. And the organizer of the fundraiser is a criminal, being investigated by authorities in both the US and China. I’m guessing that Willard and Queen Ann didn’t want the reporters to see them on their knees, in front of table after table, nor did they want it reported that the attendees mostly sat with their pants around their ankles, waiting for service.At this rate, Willard is going to cause us to have to find a new definition for he and his wife. “Lowlife” is beginning to seem pretty tame, in light of what we know about the two of them. And, more importantly, what we are LEARNING.

No wonder Willard has finally started kicking the reporters out.

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