Rich cat Romney doesn’t want college athletes riding around in Ferraris


Mitt Romney likes capitalism if it goes into his pocket, but if it goes to college athletes? Not so much. They definitely can’t have Ferraris.

When Mitt Romney ran for the presidency in 2012, he let the Democrats roll over him. Harry Reid accused him of not paying taxes based on a false rumor Reid came up with. Mitt wouldn’t take Barack Obama on or question his more extreme policies and past history. Now Mitt has turned around to work with the very same people to unseat the President. At the time, a lot of people wondered when he was going to actually campaign.

It all makes sense now that Romney is pushing some of the same socialist ideas that we hear from the Democratic candidates. It is where his shallow little heart is apparently. Romney is a globalist, which many see as neo-communistic.

We have a fine example for you.

Romney’s latest comments are truly revealing:

Nick Bromberg of Yahoo Sports reported, “Sen. Mitt Romney says he supports college athletes being able to capitalize on their name, image, and likeness. But he doesn’t want to see the most prominent athletes at each school making considerably more money than everyone else.”

“Romney (R-Utah), was on ESPN’s Outside the Lines on Wednesday where he said college athletes deserved to make money because of the revenue that they bring to their schools. But he said athletes getting paid ‘could lead to some very unusual circumstances [riding in Ferraris] that need to be avoided.’

Romney himself has a lot of fancy rides and a special garage to handle them, as HuffPo reports. It does seem a tad hypocritical.

Bloomberg noticed the absurdity as well. “The irony of Romney being against vast income equality among collegiate athletes is quite thick. He’s one of the richest men in the United States and one of the richest members of Congress with a net worth in the hundreds of millions. He is one of the relatively few in America wealthy enough to drive around in a Ferrari.”

Mitt Romney continually outdoes himself. Now we see him clearly for what he is and there is not much to him. Utah, why did you vote for this carpetbagger, why?



  1. I hope Pierre Delecto doesn’t stop by the Pepperdine campus. It has a significant population of children of Hollywood stars, and it is not unusual to see exotic cars on campus.

    It’s really naive to think that students on any given campus don’t know who’s wealthy and who is struggling financially.

    Realistically, top ranked athletes at top ranked sport programs are often segregated off from the majority of the student body.

  2. You ask why did Utah vote him in? Romney hardly campaigned. He got on the primary ballot by gathering 100,000 signatures and not going through the caucus system. His monied/political cabal put the Fox in several years before 2018 by introducing Count my vote which allowed a candidate to either participate in the caucus system which had been in existence since Utah statehood or gather just 100,000 signatures. After much debate and pressure (even Utah Republican Committee was against it) it passed. If Romney had entered the caucus system he may not have won the primary because by 2018 Utah had caught on to his slimey ways. So Mittens wins the Primary and runs against the Dem. Now enters former Utah Sen. Hatch’s well oiled 36 year political machine. Hatch said openly that he would only resign from the Senate if Mittens would take his place. Then there was the dilemma of Republicans losing Senate seats and not being the majority. Romney was a set up in Utah by his wealthy political cabal. Utah is fairly conservative especially outside of Salt Lake City. Utah was manipulated and set up by a large wealthy cabal to which Mitt is a major player. Mittens has the lowest rating of all the Reprsentatives in Utah…lowest.

    • Thank you for that valuable info. If Utah is lost, it really is over. Romney is just awful. I am embarrassed to say I voted for him. What choice was there?

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