Chrysler wrote a letter during the fall presidential election denying plans to make jeeps in China. The Romney ad that claimed as much was then branded a lie.
In the wake of Romney’s defeat many Republicans are looking very closely at where the $400 million or so in donations went. Some do not like what they see.
There was a particular moment when John McCain lost the presidency. No, it wasn’t when he chose Sarah Palin.
What Romney just told his major donors is not clear.
Mitt lost because he was a Rockefeller Republican. He reeked of establishment privilege and he did not understand where American “conservative” thinking was headed.
Ron Paul is no fan of Mitt Romney to be sure, but he makes a good point about the way the vote went on Tuesday.
With the election past, it is a good time to remind ourselves that crony capitalism doesn’t belong to one party or the other.
In all the post election noise, it is worth mentioning that the union attempt to kill right to work forever in Michigan failed.
President Obama won last night, and this morning the country is waking up and contemplating what that means.
It is always our effort at Against Crony Capitalism to present a balanced and non-partisan point of view on the issue of crony capitalism. Both “major” parties engage in it. It stinks, and whether Republican, Democrat, or other we will call an individual or group out on it.