Good for Romney!

November 14, 2012

The Sensata workers come across as a bunch of crybabies!

While I am on the topic, under “Freeport News” in today’s paper, your latest Sensata article said: “Not only does Romney stand to profit from the outsourcing of the jobs through the stock he still owns in the company, his 2011 tax returns show he got a huge tax break by moving Sensata stock to a charity organization he controls.”

Good for him! That is old-fashioned capitalism, which is now on life support in this country, or maybe I should say what is left of it.

Richard Gribbins
Polo, Ill.

From the Nov. 14-20, 2012, issue


  1. Susan

    November 14, 2012 at 6:37 pm

    On the news tonight, in the report, Gov. Romney said he lost because of government giveaways. So his concern about the middle class was just posturing for the election. Thank goodness the election went for Pres. Obama.

  2. David

    November 14, 2012 at 7:00 pm

    I suppose you’re one of those knuckleheads who chanted “Communists” at the Sensata workers that created Bainport for daring to fight to keep their jobs in America?

    Also, the capitalist system you are foolishly defending is NOT the capitalist system America prided itself on!

    At least not until the idea of trickle-down insanity and the ideology that “greed is good” came along.

    I would say you should be ashamed of yourself, but I suspect you are not capable.

  3. Tina S

    November 17, 2012 at 12:29 pm

    David, I’m not sure what pseudo economics you are working off of, but Mr. Romney got rich off of government handouts (i.e. tax breaks). He is a bottom feeder. Saved the Olympics…yes, with a huge government bailout. If he is your poster boy of private enterprise, I suspect you are beyond ability to understand what being ashamed is!

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