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Destroying America one intentionally deceived voter at a time.
:applause:I enjoyed the piano interlude: it was pensive & meloncholy yet foreboding...Team Romney has mastered the media tactics. Democrats will be apoplectic by the time the first debate begins. Espescially since the greatest president in the universe continues to provide such easy pickins.
-30% on where the country is headed yet still a dead heat+/- . This will be the 25-34 yo turnout and women.... Mitt wanting an apology from the O campaign?? Please.... Mitt had a 6 month warmup with Newt on what Axelrod was going to pick at and still fumbling on tax returns etc.... I am beginning to think that Newt and all his baggage might not have been a better choice..Think maybe 100+ days in St.louis are wearing me down....
Preview to today's MSNBC:Has Mitt Romney gone negative in response to the Obama campaign calling attention to Mitt's profits from that Bain foreign outsourcing. We will ask our panel of experts, Juliann Malveaux and James Carville ...
I thought Carville was dead?? Yet they bring him out after 15 years in the closet. He looks like a bad human/bobblehead experiment went wrong.
I think we just saw a pretty deft neutralization of the unanswered question gambit. I have never been a fan of the apology demand because it shows weakness. I can be used only once. Here, day 1 of the 3 day news cycle, Mitt demands an apology in response to a claim he may be a felon because of SEC filings. He calls it a "lie" - very strong. Day 2, Obama says he won't apologize. Today, Mitt says he won't release any more information that Obama can use to distort with lies, while saying Obama uses tired tactics and has no ideas. MSM will have to report it, because they gave so much air to the story in the first place. Unanswered question neutralized. Now let's see where Romney goes. I like the one he was using in the PA speeches - Less regulation to keep the lights on at old jobs. Mitt Romney lights on. Obama - no one home (Picture of Obama and Biden on the putting green). PS - My MSNBC preview was a fictional prediction
Fictional but accurate
I dont' think it will ever be a topic of discussion because it's too complicated to say and leads to too many potentially nasty soundbites. But not all jobs should be saved.somewhere out there is a guy who thinks he deserves 230K per year to cut my lawn once a week. That's a job that should be 'outsourced'. GM produces a crap product, and pays a fortune to produce it. Those jobs should not have been saved. Those assets should have instead gone to another company that could make better use of them. Instead, the consumer is offered a choice of one more lousy product.That's not really 'saving' a company, it's embalming one.
Let me preface this by saying I don't see a lot of ads--when I watch TV it's mostly Netflix streaming--so maybe something like this is already out there.I want to see the Romney campaign make a theme out of "fool us once, shame on you; fool us twice, shame on us". They could have a dozen ads contrasting Obama's 2008 campaign image and rhetoric--Mr. Centrist, tax cutter, transparency, bipartisanship, ending politics as usual--with the reality of his years in office (especially the first two years with the 111th Congress) and ending with the line above. Have some with regular people explaining why they voted for Obama in 2008 and won't be this time around. Have one of these people use the line, "I didn't get the change I was hoping for." Show a bandwagon of disillusionment.
Well- Tim Pawlenty is the Veep Candidate.Kind of anti-climactic, but the left has already tried to assassinate his character in advance of the pick.A simple rebuttle to the burgeoning onslaught of Pawlenty attacks: He's not Joe Biden
Matt I agree but I am in same boat with not watching much live tv
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