Given the campaign over the last several months...which of these two men do YOU think is more likely to lie?
I couldn’t let this story go by without talking about it. In an interview on Good Morning America, Mitt Romney was asked about the upcoming debates. Romney stated that one of his “challenges” he’ll have in the debates “is that the president tends to, how shall I say it, to say things that aren’t true.”
Are you KIDDING me? The ROMNEY campaign, coming out on a popular morning TV show and saying THEY are worried about the lies of their opponent? Is this part of a new Romney strategy? Romney and Ryan have both been caught in blatant lies throughout the campaign. Is this their way of getting the heat off their backs for their own lies, by trying to convince folks that it’s the OTHER candidate who is the liar??
Given that Romney’s campaign seems to have adopted the strategy of “say it enough, and people will think it’s true”…maybe they think if they call Obama a liar enough, it will stick enough that people will just think both sides are playing politics as usual, and lying through their teeth all the time.
It sure has the stench of a very desperate Romney campaign though. After the debacle of Romney’s completely outrageous criticism of the Obama administration regarding the Embassy attacks, the odds makers have sharply increased the odds of an Obama reelection, with InTrade moving Obama’s chances up by nearly 10% this week, to over 66%. Given that Romney appears completely incapable of actually discussing what he’ll DO if he’s elected, he’s been relegated to attacking Obama.
Pretty damned daring of him to straight out call Obama a liar though, given the free flowing garbage that’s come from the Romney campaign for the last few months.
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It's amazing how often you watch Romney and see just how damned uncomfortable, how unhappy, he looks. I would be too, if I had sold my soul. The man is a caricature of his former self.
With today’s announcement of Paul Ryan as Mitt Romney’s running mate, Romney has again reminded us what today’s Republican Party stands for. Following in the footsteps of John McCain, the last, failed Republican candidate, the once moderate, pragmatic Romney has completed his conversion to right-wing wacko. The pick proves that it is the Rush Limbaugh’s of the world and corporate America who really runs the Republican party, not the everyday American voter.
I respected McCain before the last election. He was indeed a “maverick”, someone who fought for what he thought was right, regardless of his party’s view on a particular issue. That all went out the window once he ran for president, and it’s carried over into his bitter, post-election loss political life. Now, McCain is a shell of of his former self, having been “assimilated” (Borg-style!) into the rest of the conservative, right-wing, wacko component of the Republican party.
It’s amazing how Romney has followed the same path. Romney has somehow transformed from a moderate governor of a liberal state, from a champion of health care reform, into a sniveling wimp who kowtows to the most radical in the Republican Party. The Ryan announcement is just verification of the transformation. The architect of a budget plan so extreme, so completely unrealistic that even huge numbers of Republicans distanced themselves from it as much as they could, was strongly backed by the most radical and conservative people and institutions in th U.S.
And, as usual nowadays for the Republican Party…the radical wing of the party “won”, and got their man as the VP candidate. I really wonder how men like McCain and Romney can look in the mirror in the morning, knowing how they’ve completely sold their souls for the sake of winning an election. There’s really no word to describe it other than….pathetic.
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