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Romney hits Obama on “Apology Tour”

About. Friggin’. Time.

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October 23, 2012 Posted by | Obama, political correctness, Romney, shameful | 3 Comments

Chris Christie lays the smackdown on Obama in Virginia campaign rally

I luv me sum Christie!  😆

“When he says that, it’s shows even more about his arrogance. See because what he’s saying is ‘It’s not my fault.’ See it’s not my responsibility, it’s not my fault. It’s George Bush’s fault. It’s Dick Cheney’s fault. It’s Big Oil’s fault. It’s the coal companies’ fault. It’s the gas companies’ fault. It’s the fault of the Republicans in Congress… For God’s sake it’s anybody’s fault but mine, that’s what he’s saying to us, he says ‘Please, just give me another four years, I’ll figure it out.’ You know Mr. President, I’m tired of waiting for you figure it out.”

Oh, there’s more…it’s only 3:55 long.  Do yourself a favor and watch it!

October 23, 2012 Posted by | Chris Christie, Obama | 1 Comment

Quote of the day, “Romney’s acceptability” edition

Nice summary by Ace of how the debates have altered the race:

Obama had successfully used ads and media allies to paint Romney has a heartless vampire, a soulless robot, a bloodthirsty warmonger.

The story of the debates has been Romney using completely free media to undo all that Narrative, and all that money spent.

I think that Obama was only up because he had gone negative on Romney so hard, as part of the “Kill Romney” strategy they announced 8, 9 months ago.

People do not like the way things are. They do not like the economy and are sick of Obama’s excuses.

So Obama poured hundreds of millions of dollars into ads to paint Romney as unnacceptable.

Well, in four debates (including Ryan), the Romney-Ryan team as painted themselves as perfectly acceptable, even appealing.

That means that the election returns to… the economy people don’t like, and the endless excuses people are sick to death of hearing.

Indeed.

October 23, 2012 Posted by | economic ignorance, Obama, Romney | 1 Comment