Somehow I missed this one when it came out a few days ago, but if you fancy this cow, make it now.
Whenever I see an experienced politician like Paul Ryan say something this absurdly stupid, I wonder: is he really so dumb that he honestly doesn’t understand Obama’s very simple point in bringing up horses and bayonets as examples of outdated military technology — or is he really that horrifyingly cynical, to treat his audience as mindless parrots incapable of making even the most elementary logical connections when they’re spelled out?
We report, you decide.
I do know that if Mitt Romney is really that concerned about the military, it’s strange that he didn’t say a single word about America’s military veterans in the debate.
President Obama last night called this incredibly stupid right wing attack meme “the biggest whopper that has been told during this campaign.”
So naturally, today Mitt Romney has a new advertisement continuing to push the lie. This is a desperate campaign, completely without shame or integrity.
I was trying to watch the debate and deal with server problems at the same time, but it was very, very obvious that Mitt Romney was way out of his league tonight. You knew he was in serious trouble when those first beads of flop sweat started popping out on his upper lip. He was incoherent, confused, repetitious, and struggled to make simple points, and President Obama schooled him on the facts over and over; when Romney inevitably brought up the mind-bogglingly dumb right wing “apology tour” nonsense, Obama’s response was: “This is the biggest whopper that has been told during this campaign.”
Romney choked, big time, and the President won this debate even more decisively than the last one.
Here’s another thread to discuss the final presidential debate before the election, as Mitt Romney drastically switches his positions on almost everything yet again.
It’s competing with both baseball and football games tonight, so the audience for the final Presidential debate may not be as large as it was for the first two debates. But the “foreign policy” will start in about 30 minutes, heavily focused on the Middle East.
Expect Romney to hammer away at his dishonest “apology tour” talking point, and expect him to continue trying to confuse the Benghazi issue and smear Obama with it.
Expect Obama to bring up Osama bin Laden, and the fact that he’s basically obliterated the entire command structure of Al Qaeda and ended the war in Iraq.
Apparently Mitt Romney won two coin tosses, and gets to go both first and last. In with a lie, out with a falsehood.
The next presidential debate will deal with foreign policy, which is probably why the latest web ad from the Obama campaign is a satirical take on Mitt Romney’s many ludicrous foreign policy mistakes.