Is Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels Mitt Romney’s Running Mate?

One rumor coming out of the 2012 Bilderberg Conference. The rumor mill also claims the Romney camp is too skittish about placing Senator Rand Paul on the ticket, even though the expected legion of Ron Paul supporters would likely energize Romney’s campaign. Via RT:

The 2012 Bilderberg Conference is officially over, but members of the elusive society may have made a big decision during this year’s event. One source is reporting that the top-secret meeting ended with a running mate picked for Mitt Romney.

Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels is likely to be elected as the candidate for vice president under Mitt Romney, claimsa source close to the Bilderberg Conference. Journalist Jim Tucker has been investigating the annual closed-door meetings for decades and tells the website that, before the 2012 Bilderberg meeting wrapped up, Gov. Daniels was decided on as the GOP running mate.

A Romney/Daniels ticket would make sense for many reasons, but Tucker suggests that it may have something more to do with just shared ideologies between the Indiana governor and the founder of Bain Capital. The real reasoning behind the decision, explains Infowars, is that the members of the Bilderberg Group are seeking an alternative to another likely running mate: Kentucky Senator Rand Paul…

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7 Comments on "Is Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels Mitt Romney’s Running Mate?"

  1. Drinky McGee | Jun 5, 2012 at 2:04 pm |

    Ah, yes. Russia Today. Unimpeachable source. 

    • JohnFrancisBittrich | Jun 5, 2012 at 4:08 pm |

      especially when their source is infowars.

      • Drinky McGee | Jun 7, 2012 at 8:08 am |

        Infowars and Russia Today have a symbiotic relationship. One of them poops and the other one eats it and poops and the other one eats it and poops and the other . . .

  2. Go along, get along esablishment Republican seeks to play second fiddle to go along, get along esablishment Republican.

  3. Seriously the US VP candidate is pretty meaningless outside of helping win the election, that is their only real function, of course outside of replacing the president should they be assassinated ‘er’ die.
    So the real question is does Romney want to play Kennedy to Bilderbergs Johnson, whilst Rand Paul gaurantees Mitt Romney the election and a long healthy life.

  4. Note: The author, John F. Ince of this article is a former classmate of Mitt Romney at Harvard Business School and former reporter at Fortune Magazine. He is the author of Mitt Romney: King of Bain and the Man Who Wants To Be President.
    There are at least 12 reasons why Mitt Romney would not make a good president. Here’s John F. Ince’s list. What’s yours?
    1 • Romney neither understands nor represents most Americans. The man lacks empathy for those who have not had all the benefits he has had in life. His presidency would be deeply polarizing. One can easily image his election as president would generate new waves of social unrest and violence. He clearly represents the 1% and the 99% will not tolerate policies that exacerbate the growing divisions between rich and poor.
    2 • Romney’s job creation claims are inflated and unrealistic. Mitt Romney’s professional career was based on a very specific task: buying and selling companies for profit. He wants people to think that this qualifies him to be a job creator. With the exception of his investment in Staples and a few other early venture capital deals, his jobs creation claims are mostly chimera. He takes credit for creating jobs, when he was only an investor in those companies, not an executive. In practice, he predominantly used his power as an investor to eliminate jobs and shift other jobs overseas, all in the interest of making profits.
    3 • Romney does not have a sound fiscal plan. Extrapolating from the projections Romney has offered for increased defense spending and tax cuts, his policies would blow a hole in the Federal budget, further eroding investors faith in the government’s ability to get its fiscal house in order.
    4 • Romney has little respect for the natural environment, nor a commitment to protect and preserve it for future generations. He blindly subscribes to Republican views that climate change is not scientifically proven. He gives no indication of any desire to develop alternative sources of energy that can mitigate the man made sources of pollutants. Instead he supports the rollback of environmental regulations all but giving companies a green light to pollute the environment and waste vital natural resources.
    5 • Romney has lived a cloistered and privileged life and today has a very narrow view of the world. From the Cranbrook School to Brigham Young University, to Harvard Business School to Bain Capital, it’s difficult to imagine anyone who has been less exposed to the lives and conditions under which most Americans live. The covenants of his Mormon faith are extremely rigid, restrictive and unrealistic. His devotion to his faith is admirable, but his inability to step beyond the confines of that religion suggest that he would have difficulty reconciling who he is with who others are in an increasingly diverse world.
    6 • Romney’s worldview is rooted in intolerance. He has a very narrow view of the world. America today is a diverse nation with many different racial groups, faiths, all in need of respect. The bully incident at his prep school and his aggressive corporate behavior buying and selling companies at Bain Capital suggest someone who has little desire help those who are different, less fortunate and in weaker position than him.
    7 • Romney does not fully understand the transformative power of technological change. Mitt has no professional technical training. Most of the companies he invested in at Bain were low tech. His expertise is finance: specifically buying and selling companies. All this suggests someone who will pay lip service to the tech sector, but won’t fully grasp the potential for transforming the economy and culture through advancing technology.
    8 • Romney is temperamentally unfit for the presidency. He is peevish, controlling and less than transparent. He has a rigid worldview that revolves around what is best for himself and a small circle of those who support him.
    9 • Romney lacks direct foreign policy experience. His four years as Governor of Massachusetts do not give him sufficient knowledge or expertise to effectively deal with an increasingly complex world. On the job learners nearly always make blunders, sometimes blunders so large that they create huge problems for the U. S..
    10 • Romney lacks integrity and honesty. His fudging of issues is a sign that he feels he can head fake his way though difficult debates. His statement that he does not remember the prep school bully incident is implausible. His evasiveness over release of tax forms and embellishment of his accomplishments are all red flags. His decisions as an executive at Bain Capital were not rooted in ethical behavior. The man is simply not forthright enough to earn the trust of the American people.
    11 • Romney has no commitment to women or equal rights. There is little in his public statements or record to suggest he feels any responsibility for advancing the interests of women and minorities.
    12 • Romney lacks sufficient charisma and personality to be a strong leader. The country needs someone to lead forcefully and inspire citizens to tackle problems that threaten the diminishment of American stature on the world stage. Romney’s robotic and reptilian personality fails to connect, leaving people feeling that Romney is in the game only for himself, rather than in it for the good of all.
    Note: The author, John F. Ince of this article is a former classmate of Mitt Romney at Harvard Business School and former reporter at Fortune Magazine. He is the author of Mitt Romney: King of Bain and the Man Who Wants To Be President.

  5. Two-Faced Willard
    “I was not responsible for what happened at Bain Capital” – Mitt Romney “I was the Sole shareholder, Sole director, Chief executive officer and President of Bain” – Mitt Romney
    “The Arizona immigration policy is a good model” – Mitt Romney “I didn’t really support the Arizona immigration policy” – Mitt Romney
    “The Massachusetts healthcare plan should be a model for the nation” – Mitt Romney “Healthcare reform should be left to the states” – Mitt Romney
    “Let Detroit go bankrupt” -Mitt Romney “I’ll take a lot of credit for saving the auto industry” -Mitt Romney
    “I believe Roe v Wade has gone too far.” – Mitt Romney “Roe v Wade has been the law for 20 years we should sustain and support it.” – Mitt Romney
    “I respect and will protect a woman’s right to choose.” – Mitt Romney “I never really called myself pro-choice.” – Mitt Romney
    “It was not my desire to go off and serve in Vietnam.” – Mitt Romney “I longed in many respects to actually be in Vietnam and represent our country there.” – Mitt Romney
    “I’m not trying to return to Reagan-Bush.” – Mitt Romney “Ronald Reagan is… my hero.” – Mitt Romney
    “I think the minimum wage ought to keep pace with inflation.” – Mitt Romney “There’s no question raising the minimum wage excessively causes a loss of jobs.” – Mitt Romney
    “I saw my father march with Martin Luther King.” – Mitt Romney “I did not see it with my own eyes.” – Mitt Romney
    “I would like to have campaign spending limits.” – Mitt Romney “The American people should be free to advocate for their candidates without burdensome limitations.” – Mitt Romney
    “I supported the assault weapon ban.” – Mitt Romney “I don’t support any gun control legislation.” – Mitt Romney

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