Mitt Romney on Leadership

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  1. c u n d gulag  •  Oct 24, 2012 @10:14 am

    Mitt, after agreeing with President Obama on almost every foreign policy issue, you have the audacity to accuse the President of “Leading from behind?”

    The problem is, that the same frightened knucklehead voters from 4 years ago, who felt they had no choice but to vote for the black man, since the alternative was one of the grumpy old men in the Muppet’s balcony, who had the same policies as the frat boy whose term finally ended – with a bang, AND a whimper – and his fruit-loopy, batsh*t insane dumb-as-a-fencepost niece, looked at the first debate, saw that Mitt apppeared moderate, Obama was alseep, and now lelt like they could in good conscience vote for him to occupy their WHITEY House.

    And the fact that Mitt has pulled any number of 180’s that The Dukes of Hazzard would envy, on any and all of his positions, doesn’t faze them, since they are the feckin’ stupidest of idjit’s.

    Jayzoos H. Keerist with loaded dice, why didn’t I become a a soulless socipathic grifter? Like Mitt, and Ralph Reed, and others of that ilk, I wouldn’t need SS or Medicare in my coming old age. I’d be rich. If people can be fooled into voting against their own best interests one day every few years, that leaves 729 other days to seperate these fools from their money.

  2. joanr16  •  Oct 24, 2012 @10:47 am

    “Leading from behind?”

    This year’s “Drill, baby, drill!” You betcha.

    What disturbs me is, when I check in on Nate Silver’s latest tabulations each morning, Obama’s chances of victory are up-down-up-down-down-up-up-down… and it’s getting very tiresome. Romney is so robotic, phony, ignorant and misinformative that Obama should be heading toward runaway victory at this point. Of course, this has been noted before. The electorate appears to have a bad case of teh stoopids right now.

  3. c u n d gulag  •  Oct 24, 2012 @11:02 am

    I’m not so sure it’s a case of “teh stoopids,” Joan.

    I think a lof of them have had black – and now want to go back.

  4. moonbat  •  Oct 24, 2012 @1:00 pm

    Stewart has a point when he mocks Obama about “Pah kee stahn”. Obama’s a really smart guy but he needs more tactical flexibility to win over anybody but the intelligent, reasonably well-read people in this country. It’s the morons he has to convince, and he would do well to learn to speak in their language, or at least avoid saying stuff that will turn them off. He’d also do well to learn to fight like them, to gain their respect. If Obama loses, how much of it will be because he didn’t show up for the first debate? A street fighter would have the flexibility to not make that mistake.



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