evidence of Romney corruption and incompetence continues to build; GOP needs to start thinking post-Romney
“A class action lawsuit filed last week in Houston federal court accuses officers of Stage Stores Inc. and a pair of venture capital groups with long ties to the company of manipulating its stock price to benefit from insider trading,” writes the estimable Monica Perin in a Houston Business Journal story titled Clothing retailer slapped with shareholder suit.
“Named in the shareholder suit are a collection of current and former Stage Stores officers and directors as well as Bain Capital Inc. and Acadia Partners, which have long been significant shareholders in Stage Stores and have had representatives on the company’s board of directors for years. Houston-based Stage Stores is the parent company of the Palais Royal, Bealls and Stage retail clothing stores” … more
We have but one theme here:
Willard Milton Romney.
We have but one message here:
Willard Milton Romney is not who he says he is; he is not what he says he is.
That’s it. Nothing follows. Nothing further.
So why do we care about class action suits against clothing retailers?
… Through his seven investment funds, Bain founder Mitt Romney had acquired 10.29 percent of Stage Store’s stock by January, according to filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. And since that filing was made, both Bain and Acadia have acquired more stock, says Bob Aronson, Stage Stores’ director of investor relations … more
“Hundreds of millions in fraud, and who owned and Controlled BAIN when it occurred? Dear old Mitt [Romney],” writes Laser Haas of sunny Burbank CA in a topix news forum post—that he wrote poolside on his iPhone with but one thumb—titled Romney owned BAIN Stage Stores SanKaty when fraud was committed.
We blew the whistle of Fraud upon the Court by Officers of the Court and the the Dept of Justice employees responded by assisting the fraudulent parties while aggressively seeking to punish and deny the whistleblower standing under Article III refusals.
We endeavored strongly against the Motions Attorney of the 3rd Circuit stating to us that the Circuit refused to place the En Banc rehearing brief into the record. After a 3 week campaign to halt such injustice we are now to be lead to believe that 11 separate justices read the En Banc rehearing “pro se” brief and decided there is not merits. The corruption of the System is both rampant and propogative. We have proof the Dept of Justice management has lost its sense of honor and duty. In the Bankruptcy case of eToys 01-706 (DE 2001) we proved over 100 felony violations by the firm of Traub Bonacquist & Fox and Morris Nichols Arsht & Tunnel. The US Trustee is charged by the Janet Reno Reform Act of 1994 to be the “policing” “watchdog” of public entity bankrupt estates to protect equity holders … more
What does any of this mean? How should we know?
Here is what we do know: Romney is in a free-fall, and not just personally or morally, but politically, financially, and perhaps even legally.
It is time to begin thinking post-Romney.
Meanwhile, Romney hirelings! Update your resumes. Then: Help yourselves to whatever computers, monitors, keyboards, printers, copiers, computer projectors, cell phones, iPhones, palm pilots, Blackberries, pagers, laptops, ergonomically correct desk chairs, memory sticks, cameras, label makers, flip charts, folding tables, coffee urns,—not everyone who labours for the Romney dynasty is a Mormon—coffee mugs and other coffee supplies, servers, routers, flat panel displays, audio bridges, DVD players and recorders, cables, hats, t-shirts, pamphlets, stickers, signs, and other Romney swag, pens, bottled water, laser pointers, envelops, stationary, file folders, hanging file folders, clip boards, paper clips, copy paper, legal pads, white board markers, etc., etc. that you want on your way out. Take it all, all that you can carry. Leave nothing.
Romney’s spectacularly expensive yet low-performance campaign began in random acts of fraud, waste, and abuse, so please do your part to allow it to end in one.
Let symmetry, at least, be Romney’s legacy.
Kevin Madden! Call your office. Justin Hart! Go pack sand, sir. Or: take an English class.