In Ryan, he's got "perhaps the only politician in America more pompous and self-righteous" than himself on the evils debt piled up by borrowed money. "No one in history has ever successfully run for president riding this big a lie." In November, he may become the exception that proves the rule.
He's unapologetic. He's emblematic of Wall Street fraud, greed, and indifference about human need and welfare. He's one of their own. He can be president, Treasury secretary and Fed chairman all in one. He represents everything wrong with America getting worse.
He's a dagger at humanity's heart. He's the perfect frontman for destroying decades of social progress. Give him four years and it won't exist. He endorses government of, by and for super-rich elites like himself.
He's "a new and improved version" of Gordon Gekko dressed up in better PR and more grandiose notions of wealth and power. He envisions leveraged buying out America. He'll leave everyone else to pay the tab.
His business model is scorched earth asset stripping. Expect ordinary people to be left high and dry. He wants America looking like one company after another he wrecked. He thinks it's OK as long as his hands don't look dirty.
His free market notions suck life from people. He's a brigand who discards them like trash. He believes only making money matters. He made piles the old fashioned way by stealing it. Dirty money buys as much as honest cash. Romney got lots of federal help making plenty.
Government giveaways enriched him. So did business-friendly tax provisions. They facilitate leveraged buyout scams. They made Romney super-rich.
Before he took office, James Petras called Obama "the greatest con man in recent history." He compared him to Melville's Confidence Man. "He catches your eye while he picks your pocket." Romney one-ups him and then some. He knows every dirty trick in the book to steal, wreck human lives, and get off scot free.