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Wednesday, 17 October 2012

The Second Robamney “vs.” Robamney “Debate”

Filed under: Politics — Tags: , , , , , , , — mikewb1971 @ 11:06 PM (23:06)

Current mood: cranky

——– Original Message ——–
Subject: Re: Will tonight’s debate be fair? Of course not!
Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2012 19:31:54 -0600

10/16/2012 12:40 PM:

We can fully expect tonight’s debate to be dominated by one person: Candy Crowley.

Referring to these 90-minute commercials for Big Government as “debates” is the joke of the election season.

The Knipfing-steered Wilson-Heinrich spat was just as pathetic, although without the funny bits, such as the one where The Great White Obama cited the Declaration of Independence and talked about “free enterprise.”

But since tonight’s thinly-disguised advert is all about Robamney “vs” Robamney, what exactly is the Big R side of this all about, beyond increasing the size, expense and intrusiveness of Leviathan at the federal level?

Sure, Mittens says that he wants to lighten the Imperial District’s load on our backs, but not by much.

And then The Barack accuses Mittens of wanting to “slash” federal spending – to which Mittens replies by saying “We’re not slashing anything, we just want to slow the growth . . . “

Disgusting.

So how does anyone who claims the “Tea Party” ideals of supporting Constitutionally-limited government, fiscal restraint, individual rights and free-market economics end up supporting the likes of Mitt Romney?

Besides by dipping into the self-delusion of cognitive dissonance, that is?

Even ABC reporter Martha Radditz (whom I respect) was slanted in the vice-presidential debate, telling Paul Ryan “We’ve gone over this enough”, and “Let’s move on.” anytime he started to gain traction on Biden.

Let’s see – Ryan is the Congresscritter whose budget plan doesn’t balance the federal budget for 25, 30 years, and he hoped to gain any sort of traction on Biden?!

Ah, cognitive dissonance again.

That’s all right. In the end, Mitt Romney will outperform Obama.

That’s not exactly a high standard you’re hoping for there.

This is like having a pole-vaulting contest where the horizontal bar is resting on the floor.


NOTES

  1. Reposted
    1. The Weekly Sedition
    2. NMPolitics.org


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