lol. romney. you cant make this stuff up:

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by Free Thinker, Aug 15, 2012.

  1. The Silversun Pickups have asked Mitt Romney's campaign to stop using their song "Panic Switch" at events. The band has issued a cease-and-desist order and released a statement Wednesday, roundly denouncing Romney and his campaign.

    Here's the full statement:

    Seems as if the GOP is once again whimsically ignoring our great nation's laws to do whatever it wants to do, and shooting itself in the foot in the process. Without any regard for copyright or intellectual property laws, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has, without permission, begun to use Silversun Pickups' 2009 smash "Panic Switch" at campaign stops across the country. Neither the band nor its representatives were contacted to gain permission for the use of the song and the band has no intention of endorsing the Romney campaign. The band's attorney issued a cease and desist today.



    "We don't like people going behind our backs, using our music without asking, and we don't like the Romney campaign. We're nice, approachable people. We won't bite. Unless you're Mitt Romney! We were very close to just letting this go because the irony was too good. While he is inadvertently playing a song that describes his whole campaign, we doubt that 'Panic Switch' really sends the message he intends."


    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/08/15/silversun-pickups-mitt-romney-panic-switch_n_1785422.html
     
  2. Ricter

    Ricter

    Hard to believe such savvy businessmen would overlook that detail.
     
  3. Obviously you've never run a business.
    I suspect he has other things on his mind.
     
  4. I find it hard that Obama overlooked the fact that there are only 50 states. They must not have taught him that in Kenya.
     
  5. Ricter

    Ricter


  6. from the article

    In an effort to portray Mr. Obama as a braggart taking credit for the accomplishments of special forces and intelligence operatives, the video omits some of his remarks in announcing Bin Laden’s killing. In that late-night televised address, Mr. Obama credited 10 years of “tireless and heroic work of our military and our counterterrorism professionals,” but that is edited out.

    In a CNN interview last month, Adm. William H. McRaven of the Navy, who oversaw the raid as commander of the Joint Special Operations Command, said, “The president and his national security team — I’m not a political guy, but I will tell you as, as an interested observer in this — they were magnificent in how they handled it start to finish.”

    “The Republicans are resorting to Swift Boat tactics because when it comes to foreign policy and national security, Mitt Romney has offered nothing but reckless rhetoric. His two major foreign policy speeches never even mentioned Al Qaeda once, and he hasn’t outlined a plan for America’s relations with a single region of the world.”
     
  7. No conflict of interest there :D :D :D
    That's too fricken funny, not unlike madoff praising the enforcement of the SEC prior to turning himself in.
     
  8. Good job there sunshine, you're able to cut and paste! You clearly don't get the point. Let me try again, and we'll make it multiple choice, what's more important?
    • The music used at Mitt Romney's campaign stops.
    • The fact that the Obama administration is recklessly leaking information about the raid that killed OBL
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    • from the article...

      Chad Kolton, who was the spokesman for the director of national intelligence in the Bush administration and now represents the Opsec group, said that because it was classified as a 501(c)(4) educational group under tax laws, it was not required to identify its donors. He said the group had raised nearly $1 million since June and intended to run television and Internet ads, as well as show the video in swing states.

      Among the featured former members of the elite Navy special operations teams are Benjamin Smith, whose Facebook page identifies him as a model and actor who served in Iraq and later became a spokesman for the Tea Party Express and several Republican campaigns. Another former SEAL member, Scott Taylor, is the group’s president and ran unsuccessfully as a Republican candidate for Congress in Virginia in 2010.
     
    #10     Aug 16, 2012