NeW HaMPSHiRe 2012: BaNZai7 IN DePTH CoVeRaGe

williambanzai7's picture

FOX NEWS NEW HAMPSHIRE COVERAGE
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OLD MAN ON THE MOUNTAIN

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NEW HAMPSHIRE NDAA PLATE

 

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CRONY ROGER

 

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YOUR VOTE COUNT$
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NEWT'S DEBT STAR
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MAD NEWT BEYOND THE ROMNEY DOME

ALIEN KORN

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IOWAN BLING

MITT BLINGER

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AMERICAN BLINGER

ALL AMERIKAN MITT

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AMERICAN MITT
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THEY SAVED McCAIN'S BRAIN
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GO ZOMBIE
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MITT MOBILE
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ALL AMERICAN ZOMBIE

UNCLE SANTORUM

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ALL AMERICAN WICK

 

ALL IN THE GOP FAMILY

ALL IN THE GOP FAMILY
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DRIVE IN MITT
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ROMNEY & MARIE

AMERICAN EDEN

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GOP EDEN
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NAKED COWBOY

NAKED TEAPERRY

 

DOOR TO DOOR

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DOOR TO DOOR ZOMBIE
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MITT BROTHER FROM PLANET O
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THE ROAD ANTI-WAR-RIOR

THE RON WARRIOR

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Element's picture

WB that is without doubt the funniest shit I've seen from you.

Absolutely awesome!

 

Something a little more brooding in return:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=UYvfiOkHZ8U

 

hidingfromhelis's picture

Mitt Zombie with the family dog on top of the family truckster...Classic!

ActiveIngredient's picture

This added at least a few months to my life....maybe your best ever WB7, and that's saying something.  Just awesome.   That NH license plate, the Mitt Mobile!!!   

Yen Cross's picture

 Thank God for " NUKES"!!!

williambanzai7's picture

That chart with this image and the "No Hope Diagram" is the "don't say we didn't warn you" combo.

PRESIDENT ROMNEY'S RESIDENCE

honestann's picture

Great way to present Ron Paul.  Funny and right on.

Agent P's picture

Is that a Metallic Pea Wagon Queen Family Truckster?  I always figured Mitt for the Arctic Blue Sports Wagon.

honestann's picture

Yup, and even these tables don't tell the full story.  The huge donations from the banksters came in as huge individual donations from the executives who control those corporations and pay lobbyists to bribe and control government.  The donations to Ron Paul are tiny little donations from masses of "regular folks" who work at the companies listed, but do not control them (or pay lobbyists).

Mitt is definitely a flat-out bankster.

Hephasteus's picture

Congress spends half it's day trying to get money to run for the next election. By making it nearly impossible for the good guys to go to the little guys for money because it requires too much effort to get too little money.

Paul can't even visit many states to campaign and he still get's enormous numbers. And the money goes to travel expenses and doesn't end up getting so pumped into the mainstream media. Which is why the mainstream media treats him like dirt. He's not buying big flashy adds and lining their pockets.

847328_3527's picture

Top CEO Salaries from MSNMoney:

 

"The CEOs who made my final cut pull down vast amounts of money -- from $60 million to $145 million in a single year -- so you may find the size of the pay gaps astonishing.

The top CEOs on my list were making $33,000 to $48,000 per hour, compared with $18 to $30 an hour for their workers. That means the CEOs earned as much in 75 minutes as a typical employee made in an entire year. (And that's giving CEOs a break, assuming a 60-hour workweek with two weeks of vacation a year, compared with workers' 40-hour weeks.)

Put another way, the ratios of CEO pay to worker pay ran as high as 2,500-to-1, compared with 180-to-1 on average at S&P 500 companies. The latter number itself has climbed from around 40 on average in the 1980s."

 

http://money.msn.com/investing/7-ceos-pulling-in-outsized-paychecks

williambanzai7's picture

Our next task is to simplify the Private Equity model of American democracy...

Yen Cross's picture

 You have Graduated "  Young Grasshopper "!     A { TRUE THESPIAN}  You Shall Be>     

williambanzai7's picture

It was foretold in my High School Yearbook

Glasgow Gary's picture

Banzai getting scary good, these days. You're upping your game, William. This is like Magritte meets Warhol, but with a shot of American darkness as the chaser. Damn.

GG

williambanzai7's picture

I think everyone of us need to up our game given the shit going on now.

williambanzai7's picture

"I sort of have to chuckle when they describe you and me as being dangerous,'' a jubilant Paul told supporters here. "That's the one thing they are telling the truth. We are dangerous to the status quo of this country."

Ron Paul

Cheyenne's picture

That ass, the 7th pic down, looks familiar. Is that from Two Mules for Sister Sara?

Wherever, your stuff is incredible, WB7, and keeps getting better. Thanks.

williambanzai7's picture

Beyond the Thunderdome. There's two asses in the image;-)

And Two Mules for Sister Sarah was a hot movie in it's day.

Cheyenne's picture

Yup. And Ennio in his prime sealed it hot for the ages...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yl6DA1YDGcc

 

williambanzai7's picture

There is a certain artistic depth that is lost as the technology gets more advanced.

The use of music in film drama is one example. It used to be more than a musical sound track. It was an integral part of the drama. Now all they do is try to sell more music. 

Yesterday I watched 2001 a Space Odyssey on HBO. It is truly amazing how that film stands the test of time. You just don't get that kind of quality anymore.

All the old Clint movies had superb musical scores.

Cheyenne's picture

A great mystery, that, what stands the test of time.

2001 SO certainly has. My #1 in that category is Blade Runner, if only because 30 year old graphics hold up--miraculously IMO.

As for music driving a film, yeah, that era seems gone for good, which is sad. Can you imagine someone today writing and producing a film around music like Leone did around Morricone's already-finished soundtrack for Once Upon a Time in the West?

Eastwood is sui generis; he got a crazy combo of things all right at the same time in a great many films.

williambanzai7's picture

Blade Runner is another one. My favorite SF film of all time.

Cheyenne's picture

BRDC is my favorite love story of all time.

Hey, WB7, I'm wrapping up a year's work on a movie of my own. It's called "Bailout," a doc about the financial crisis that gets down to the brass tacks of what's killing us all, which is unchecked criminal fraud. I wrote about it here...

http://dailybail.com/home/going-gonzo-on-the-banksters-bailout-to-screen...

We're at the point where we need to hit it with some graphics overlays, and I'd like to commision some out-of-the-norm talent to put us over the top. Is this something you'd be amenable to at least taking a look at? I understand if not, but I rank you real high so I have to ask.

williambanzai7's picture

Yes, very definitely. Click any one of the images and contact me through Flickr.

Cheyenne's picture

I tried that a couple times, and it didn't work for me. Which is pathetic because I'm a patent lawyer. My social media skills are 0.

If you get around to it, email me at titus [at] lawyer [dot] com, and I'll hook you up with the info on my end.

Thanks. You won't be bored.

Melin's picture

I'd be surprised if Mad Ron doesn't become an iconic image.

williambanzai7's picture

I'm gonna put Romney's dog Seamus in there ;-)

Yen Cross's picture

 Don't forget " Right turn Clyde" !  The ( Orangutan )...

Yen Cross's picture

In a " postumous" John Lennon way?   He is a " Fossil full of Flint".    Or is that Clint, with a ( MEAN ) {SQUINT}?

Melin's picture

No dead Banzai intended.

Golden monkey's picture

I see you (funny Americans) rejected Ron Paul tonight in NH.

Hope you're ready to fill up for bankruptcy, then.

 

Melin's picture

Jokes on you!  We're already bankrupt.

williambanzai7's picture

When you say we, I think you mean we Earthlings. ;-)

buyingsterling's picture

I bookmarked this, amazing stuff.

shinola's picture

I've got the CNN feed going in the backround & I'm scrolling thru this thread.

 

I thought it was ironic/humorous at first.

 

Now I don't feel so good.

 

 

williambanzai7's picture

Try viewing it upside down ;-)

shinola's picture

Now I don't feel so good.

 

I thought it was ironic/humorous at first.

 

I've got the CNN feed in the backround & I'm scrolling thru this thread.

 

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Don't feel much better.

IQ 101's picture

Mr Banzai, i am in awe of your talent.

Yen Cross's picture

 It's pronounced " Ram-Nee " .

disabledvet's picture

listened to Ron Paul's "fanatical resistence" speech--totally awesome. He will take this all the way to the Convention. I'm not sure he can win any States...but i firmly believe he's gonna make a lot of noise in Florida.

sgt_doom's picture

Thanks, Buckaroo, and the insanity we exist in today with regard to Mitt the Twit.

At a previous time, the nation's populace would not be so dumbed down, or living in the Dark Ages, to allow Romney to show his face in public, let alone actually run for the presidency.

Bain Capital, a private equity (private bank) leveraged buyout firm, creating tremendous debt and destroying jobs to enrich the plutocratic thieves, like Romney, whose wealth solely derives from increasing debt and destroying jobs (asset stripping, dividend recaps, LBO pump and dumps, etc.).

Irrefutably, Romney's wealth can be directly connected with the increase in national debt --- he is one of the perpetrators who should be held accountable.

http://www.forbes.com/global/2006/0313/046_2.html

Far less attention is focused on the flops and on buyout funds’ sometimes central role in same, albeit subsequent lawsuits have begun to surface. In one get-rich-quick scheme, a dividend recap let Bain Capital turn an $18 million stake in faltering KB Toys into $85 million in cash--but left KB itself in much weaker shape.


Bain put up $18 million and took on $237 million in debt to buy the company in December 2000. In April 2002 KB raised $66 million more in bank debt and used cash on hand to pay out $121 million in special dividends--$85 million for Bain and $36 million for senior executives who signed off on the recap. But KB went on to lose $109 million in less than two years, creditors say, filing for Chapter 11 protection in January 2004.

 

Since then it has shut half of its 1,200 stores and laid off more than half of its 16,000 employees. Big Lots, the discount retailer that had sold KB Toys to Bain, was owed $45 million but lost most of it in the bankruptcy filing. It has sued Bain for fraud in Delaware state court. Bain, anticipating further opposition from creditors, preemptively sued Big Lots to get a Delaware state court to explicitly endorse the recap; that case is pending. KB Toys was bought out of bankruptcy for $20 million by another buyout firm, Prentice Capital. Unsecured creditors, who were owed $218 million, got only 8 cents on the dollar. In January they also sued Bain, in state court in Massachusetts, charging it ginned up bogus fairness opinions in imposing the recap. Bain blames KB Toys’ troubles on competition from Wal-Mart.

 

http://nymag.com/news/politics/mitt-romney-2011-10/index5.html

 

http://nymag.com/news/politics/mitt-romney-2011-10/index5.html


http://nymag.com/news/politics/mitt-romney-2011-10/index5.html

http://nymag.com/news/politics/mitt-romney-2011-10/index5.html


http://nymag.com/news/politics/mitt-romney-2011-10/index5.html

 

williambanzai7's picture

The idea that a buyout pimp is a job creator Is ludicrous beyond belief. This is all a Wall Street setup, better tell all your friends and neighbors before the NDAA men arrive.

Gully Foyle's picture

A lot of those cxould be Trailer Park Boys pics.

Sadly Ron Paul has a more than passing resemblance to Mr.Lahey.

But goddamn Newt as Phil Collins would be priceless.

Romney could be Cyrus, but Sam hits closer to my heart.

[while delivering his speech drunk, to become trailer park supervisor]
Mr. Lahey: Who is this park, or even in the whole world, doesn't have problems? Who doesn't have a drink too many times once in a while and maybe even winds up passed out in their own driveway, pissing themselves? Who doesn't drink too much sometimes or who doesn't have a puff from time to time? And who doesn't have problems with the people they love? This is our home. This is our community. I am Jim Lahey, and *I am your trailer park supervisor!*

disabledvet's picture

Take a look outside your Park Avenue apartment window Buckaroo. Open it up and shout..."FAILURE" while you're at it.

williambanzai7's picture

No Park Avenues in HK. But you can have Pork Avenue for dinner in Yau Ma Tei. 

Gully Foyle's picture

Any good Andy Lau flicks on the horizon?

williambanzai7's picture

I'm at the point now where I watch all those movies in Cantonese. Even though I don't speak Cantonese ;-)