17 reasons why a vote for Mitt Romney is a vote for the New World Order
Once again, the Republican Party is being tempted to vote for “the lesser of two evils”. A lot of Republicans are actually considering voting for Mitt Romney because they have bought the lie that he has “the best chance” of defeating Barack Obama in 2012. But just because he is the Republican candidate that is most like Barack Obama does not mean that he has the best chance of defeating him. The truth is that no self-respecting Republican should ever vote for Mitt Romney. A vote for Mitt Romney is a vote for the New World Order. Romney comes from the financial establishment, he is being showered with money from the financial establishment and he supports all of the goals of the financial establishment. This year, millions upon millions of dollars are being funneled into Romney’s campaign and into pro-Romney organizations. The New World Order is literally trying to buy the 2012 election for their dream candidate. Romney would be the ultimate Wall Street puppet, and if you cast a vote for Mitt Romney you are playing right into the hands of the financial elite.
If you do not believe that a vote for Mitt Romney is a vote for the New World Order, just consider Mitt Romney’s positions on the issues….
According to the world’s largest online family ancestry database Ancestry.com, former President George W. Bush and presidential contender Mitt Romney are cousins — 10th cousins, twice removed. Indeed, the Ancestry.com, historians found that “[Mitt] Romney is actually related to six past presidents — more than any other 2012 GOP contestant.” It turns out that Romney shares a similar bloodline to fellow candidate (and Mormon) Jon Huntsman. Romney’s great-great-grandfather, an early Mormon missionary, is actually Huntsman’s great-great-great-grandfather. The “Romney-Hunstman-George W. Bush connection comes through Anne Marbury Hutchinson, who was a religious-freedom advocate in early 1600s.” Granted, none of this has any bearing on the candidates’ qualifications for the presidency. It does, however, provide great fodder for a potentially hilarious family reunion.
While Romney’s documented ancestry does not quite reach the heights of the family legend, which claimed that they are descendants of the fourth-century dragon slayer, St. George (the patron saint of England), it is still an impressive one, with some of the most celebrated thinkers (maternal great-grandfather, Parley Parker Pratt, was one of the chief literary defenders of Mormonism), famed fighters (Carl Heinrich, a member of the Prussian army, and later, Utah’s militia) and natural leaders (Miles Romney, who founded and administered the Mormon sanctuary in Mexico in the 19th century) of post-Independence America.
The family can trace their lineage to modern England, Scotland and Germany. Miles Park Romney, Mitt’s great-great grandfather (paternal), hails from Lancashire, England, while on the maternal side, Archibald Newell Hill was a resident of Renfrew, Scotland. His great-great grandfather, the legendary Prussian soldier, Carl Heinrich, was a native of Holstein, Germany.
Romney’s family tree is rife with polygamists on the paternal side, though there is no indication of polygamy on the maternal side of his family. According to a research by The Salt Lake Tribune, Romney’s ancestry harbors six polygamous men with forty-one wives. Romney, however, is a confirmed monogamist and polygamy has been absent in his family background for more than two generations.
with him winning the iowa vote we have to keep an eye on him..very very interesting ancestry..st george??
cousins with the bush’s..heh
a mormon as president of the USA..the synarchy would be well pleased..