Hat tip to Southern Beale whose original post, today, drew this comment from me.
""The 2006 consent agreement was signed under Gov. Romney. Of course it was! But to learn a lesson from this case one needn’t finger-point, play the “blame game,” “politicize a tragedy” and do all of that other stuff Republicans say is wrong when it makes their side look bad but which they’re only too happy to indulge in when it serves them. Nope, we don’t even have to go that far, not here."
Well, you're right, of course. But, if we wanted to go that far:
Gregory Conigliaro, 46, is described by former employees and two former neighbors as a charismatic entrepreneur. They said that he like s to give parties, and in September he raised $37,000 for Sen. Scott P. Brown (Lying, hypocritic, reptilican fuckbag*) in a fundraiser at his Southboro home, according to The Boston Globe. Brown has since said he would donate the Conigliaros' contribution to charity." (http://www.telegram.com/article/20121025/NEWS/121029699/1052)
then, well, you can see where I might be going with this.
There's also this:
'Oliver’s investigation of NECC, the supplier of the contaminated drugs in question, led her to carefully examine the history of NECC’s disciplinary actions and enforcement under then Governor Romney’s Health and Human Services Department. Oliver found that NECC had a history of violating accepted pharmaceutical industry standards and that, during Governor Mitt Romney’s tenure, the Massachusetts state government consistently conceded to requests by NECC’s counsel for more lenient treatment rather than the initial requested penalties according to correspondence between NECC and the State of Massachusetts." (http://freedemocracy.blogspot.com/)
Ya gotta love this quote from the FreeDemocracy webpage:
"If you love wealth more than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, depart from us in peace. We ask not your counsel nor your arms. Crouch down and lick the hand that feeds you. May your chains rest lightly upon you and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen." Samuel Adams, (1722-1803)
* Additional material provided at no charge by Teamdemocommie."