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2012-07-15 02:05:26 PM

Mrtraveler01: And really Fox "Applogy-looza"?

"Apologalooza" sounds a lot more catchier. Fox should hire me to write their graphics. Can't be worst than the last guy amirght? ;)


Hard to say. Can you easily transpose the "R" and "D" keys on the keyboard for the chyron crawl?
 
2012-07-15 02:05:58 PM

Weaver95: its interesting that these dormant accounts are now being reactivated and used.


Its depressingly pathetic, isn't it? People going back to their old alt after years of inactivity to troll a message forum. And it makes them look like complete cowards, regardless of what their true stances are. Imagine if they are anti-Romney on their main but scrap out an alt to push pro-Romney lies and defense. Don't be a pussy; post it on your main account.
 
2012-07-15 02:06:24 PM

Zalan: thornhill: It's really mind blowing how bad of a campaign Romney is running.

Every day that he refuses to release his tax returns is another day that his refusal dominates the media cycle and the more it looks like he's trying to hide. Does he not get that he's totally playing into Obama's hand on this?

Mitt Romney gave McCain 23 years of tax records to look at when he was considered for the Vice Presidency. McCain after seeing those records chose Sarah Palin. George Romney (Willard's daddy) set the standard that candidates release 12 years of tax returns since one year may be a fluke.


I didn't realize it was 23 years worth. Wow.
 
2012-07-15 02:07:09 PM

Weaver95: he hits a thread once, then leaves and never comes back.


Read many, respond to few. It's a good life motto.
 
2012-07-15 02:07:24 PM

NeverDrunk23: Weaver95: its interesting that these dormant accounts are now being reactivated and used.

Its depressingly pathetic, isn't it? People going back to their old alt after years of inactivity to troll a message forum. And it makes them look like complete cowards, regardless of what their true stances are. Imagine if they are anti-Romney on their main but scrap out an alt to push pro-Romney lies and defense. Don't be a pussy; post it on your main account.


well yeah, but their problem is that their 'main accounts' are likely on the top of a lot of ignore lists.
 
2012-07-15 02:07:28 PM

Sgt Otter: DempseySR26: PC LOAD LETTER: DempseySR26: Mr. Obama. When did you stop making suicide bomber vest and turn to politics?

Dude, I know you think there's some sort of simple formula for trolling, but it's actually a high art from. And you aren't even an Adolf Hitler-level artist.

So when did Obama stop making suicide bomber vest?

Look, just because Bergen-Belsen Hostel II Fartbongo was the CEO, owner, single stockholder, and managing director of Blast-O-Vest Defense Systems LLC., he really had nothing to do with the company. I think you owe him an apology.


Stop being obtuse. President Fartbongo retroactively retired in 1996 from Blast-O-Vest in 1978, a full year before he graduated from high school.
 
2012-07-15 02:07:56 PM

Don't Troll Me Bro!: hubiestubert: PanicMan: I really hoped it was just a video of the president pointing at his balls, but that was pretty good.

What's cute is that folks have been asking the President to take the gloves off, and then scream like little girls when he does exactly that. Be that with pirates, be that in Libya, be that with Bin Laden.

If Obama had an R beside his name, he'd be their champion and savior by his actions. He is the Centerist President that they've been asking for. He saved auto manufacturing while Romney didn't care and figured that they should fail. He got through the insurance mandate that has been the Republican model for Health Care Reform, he's toughened up on drug policy, he's deported more folks in one term than Bush did in both of his, and he's followed the Bush withdrawl plans and even speeded them up a bit, while preserving benefits for veterans.

He's been diplomatic, and still holds even our allies to agreements. He's been exactly what Republicans have wanted to see in office for decades, but because he's got a D behind him, folks are screaming for him to be a one termer...

But the policies have been pretty much what they've been asking for...

You give them more credit than me. I don't think it's because there's a D next to his name. I just can't even give these people enough credit to say that they are partisan hacks anymore.


I think the reason the GOP hates Obama is pretty black and white.
 
2012-07-15 02:09:39 PM

SVenus: Weaver95: he hits a thread once, then leaves and never comes back.

Read many, respond to few. It's a good life motto.


Polonius to his son Laertes:

"Give every man thine ear, but few thy voice"
 
2012-07-15 02:09:48 PM

dericwater:
I think the reason the GOP hates Obama is pretty black and white.


t3.gstatic.com
 
2012-07-15 02:10:12 PM

Waxing_Chewbacca: Zalan: thornhill: It's really mind blowing how bad of a campaign Romney is running.

Every day that he refuses to release his tax returns is another day that his refusal dominates the media cycle and the more it looks like he's trying to hide. Does he not get that he's totally playing into Obama's hand on this?

Mitt Romney gave McCain 23 years of tax records to look at when he was considered for the Vice Presidency. McCain after seeing those records chose Sarah Palin. George Romney (Willard's daddy) set the standard that candidates release 12 years of tax returns since one year may be a fluke.

I didn't realize it was 23 years worth. Wow.


Yeah, but I think basically McCain hated Mitt and demanding 23 years worth of tax returns was just his way of putting Mitt's balls in the wringer.
Still, Romney wasn't even good enough to be McCain's VP, why do we think he's good enough to be at the top of the ticket now?
 
2012-07-15 02:10:43 PM

Waxing_Chewbacca: propasaurus: Weaver95: Grables'Daughter: Weaver95: Grables'Daughter: SVenus: [i.imgur.com image 184x206]

I love you.

wait - why are you in the politics tab? I thought you hated this sort of stuff...?

Oh, once in awhile it's fun to learn a little.

well...ok. but if you aren't careful, it'll suck you in and then you'll never leave.

And we want her to leave.. why?

I like when she pops in. Just sayin'.


I'd like to pop in her Politics tab, if you know what I mean. *wink wink*
 
2012-07-15 02:10:58 PM

gimmegimme: SVenus: Weaver95: he hits a thread once, then leaves and never comes back.

Read many, respond to few. It's a good life motto.

Polonius to his son Laertes:

"Give every man thine ear, but few thy voice"


yeah, and look what happened to Polonius....and his son.
 
2012-07-15 02:11:10 PM

Mrtraveler01: And really Fox "Applogy-looza"?

"Apologalooza" sounds a lot more catchier. Fox should hire me to write their graphics. Can't be worst than the last guy amirght? ;)


Consider their primary audience -- people who get their news exclusively from Fox News, WND and similar sources and adamantly refuse to even consider other sources for even local sports, weather and traffic because those other sources are part of the "liberal" media -- and consider the likelihood of that audience making the connection between "Apologalooza" and "Apology".
 
2012-07-15 02:11:20 PM

DempseySR26: When will Obama release his college transcripts?


LOL, are you serious?

I thought this was tongue-in-cheek. If you're serious about this then it's over for you all. Desperation stinks.
 
2012-07-15 02:11:30 PM

Mrtraveler01: Has the right-wing been able to find any evidence to support their "apology tour" talking point?


They use sources like right wing blogs or Rush or the Fox news morning show. And odds are they just pulled the 'facts' out of their ass.

The right runs on 'Circular logic works because circular logic works because circular logic works because...' They make a stupid claim and then use themselves as the 'proof' to back that claim up. It would be hilariously pathetic if only so many people didn't fall for it every time. FN could just make a claim and end with 'This is true because I said so' with zero proof and the GOPers would believe instantly. They like to be lied to, all the while claiming that everyone ELSE is being lied to.
 
2012-07-15 02:12:14 PM

cameroncrazy1984: Waxing_Chewbacca: propasaurus: Weaver95: Grables'Daughter: Weaver95: Grables'Daughter: SVenus: [i.imgur.com image 184x206]

I love you.

wait - why are you in the politics tab? I thought you hated this sort of stuff...?

Oh, once in awhile it's fun to learn a little.

well...ok. but if you aren't careful, it'll suck you in and then you'll never leave.

And we want her to leave.. why?

I like when she pops in. Just sayin'.

I'd like to pop in her Politics tab, if you know what I mean. *wink wink*


I don't hit on Grables'Daughter...she might make me follow through on anything flirty I say.
 
2012-07-15 02:12:30 PM
Oh, Mitt! He's not going to apologize to you - "Apologizer in Chief" was just one of your talking points, it had no actual basis in reality.
 
2012-07-15 02:12:58 PM

doyner: DempseySR26: Lots of bites today from libtards. But I gotta go get some groceries now. One more. Why did Obama lie about being asked if he was a socialist or not? He is a card carrying New Party member which is a socialist organization. If being a socialist is so great why deny it?

You must be running low on pudding.


He's gotta be at the gym in 26 minutes.

And later has an appointment with a chicken.
 
2012-07-15 02:13:22 PM

MFAWG: RyogaM: Kelly Ayotte, Senator from New Hampshire, stated that it's impossible for Romeny to have been involved with Bain from 1999 to 2002 because he was spending 16 hours a day making sure the Olympics ran well, and couldn't possibly do both.

So, vote for Romney, he can't do two things at the same time and he takes 16 hours a day, for three years, to run a sporting event.

She's supposedly being vetted for v.p., according to Fox news Sunday.

She has the worst speaking voice ever, and didn't sound prepared at all today. Gaffey Joe would eat her up.


I thought it was simply technical issues or something, it was so bad. I do not look forward to hearing her again.

Alphax: So he was not a Mass. resident, and he ran for governor illegally?


Seems that way. Until they issue a "correction."
 
2012-07-15 02:13:44 PM

Weaver95: NeverDrunk23: Weaver95: its interesting that these dormant accounts are now being reactivated and used.

Its depressingly pathetic, isn't it? People going back to their old alt after years of inactivity to troll a message forum. And it makes them look like complete cowards, regardless of what their true stances are. Imagine if they are anti-Romney on their main but scrap out an alt to push pro-Romney lies and defense. Don't be a pussy; post it on your main account.

well yeah, but their problem is that their 'main accounts' are likely on the top of a lot of ignore lists.


A farker made an argument that people could make the alt to say stupid things, then they switch to their main and tear apart the very claims they presented. Its like lobbing softballs to yourself.
 
2012-07-15 02:13:49 PM

King Something: Mrtraveler01: And really Fox "Applogy-looza"?

"Apologalooza" sounds a lot more catchier. Fox should hire me to write their graphics. Can't be worst than the last guy amirght? ;)

Consider their primary audience -- people who get their news exclusively from Fox News, WND and similar sources and adamantly refuse to even consider other sources for even local sports, weather and traffic because those other sources are part of the "liberal" media -- and consider the likelihood of that audience making the connection between "Apologalooza" and "Apology".


Ha, reminds me of the time Matt Groening said to Jon Stewart that Fox told Groening that he can't do a parody Fox News newscast anymore on The Simpsons because the people at Fox worried viewers might mistake it for a real Fox News newscast.
 
2012-07-15 02:14:07 PM

Weaver95: that bosnian sniper: Well, if this week is any indication, the next three and a half months are going to be awesome. This is the first time Obama's campaigned completely on the offensive, and as far as I know Romney still has a 4:1 money advantage on Obama independent expenditure included.

True, Romney's advantage is money...but he's also inefficient and unfocused. Obama knows exactly where to hit him.


The sad part is, if the Obama campaign keeps hitting him as hard and rapidly as they have been the last week, on top of the Bain Capital shiatstorm, the Romney campaign will need a greater money disparity than that just to make the advertising front a complete rout.

Though, what I'm wondering is what will happen at the RNC. At this point, I'd be willing to bet money the GOP leadership is looking at their options for convention shenanigans to try to get a dark or stalking horse the nomination instead.
 
2012-07-15 02:16:22 PM

Weaver95: gimmegimme: SVenus: Weaver95: he hits a thread once, then leaves and never comes back.

Read many, respond to few. It's a good life motto.

Polonius to his son Laertes:

"Give every man thine ear, but few thy voice"

yeah, and look what happened to Polonius....and his son.


Polonius's mistake was hitching his wagon to a man who would say or do ANYTHING to usurp power. In spite of his devout faith and the self-understanding that he was in the wrong, Claudius continued being a human Etch-A-Sketch.
 
2012-07-15 02:16:35 PM

NeverDrunk23:
A farker made an argument that people could make the alt to say stupid things, then they switch to their main and tear apart the very claims they presented. Its like lobbing softballs to yourself.


I believe the term is 'sock puppet'. happens from time to time in the politics tab. i've nailed a few people on it here and there, as have others.
 
2012-07-15 02:17:08 PM
retroactively
 
2012-07-15 02:17:58 PM

that bosnian sniper: Weaver95: that bosnian sniper: Well, if this week is any indication, the next three and a half months are going to be awesome. This is the first time Obama's campaigned completely on the offensive, and as far as I know Romney still has a 4:1 money advantage on Obama independent expenditure included.

True, Romney's advantage is money...but he's also inefficient and unfocused. Obama knows exactly where to hit him.

The sad part is, if the Obama campaign keeps hitting him as hard and rapidly as they have been the last week, on top of the Bain Capital shiatstorm, the Romney campaign will need a greater money disparity than that just to make the advertising front a complete rout.

Though, what I'm wondering is what will happen at the RNC. At this point, I'd be willing to bet money the GOP leadership is looking at their options for convention shenanigans to try to get a dark or stalking horse the nomination instead.


So if he wasn't running Bain, who was?
 
2012-07-15 02:18:02 PM

that bosnian sniper:

Though, what I'm wondering is what will happen at the RNC. At this point, I'd be willing to bet money the GOP leadership is looking at their options for convention shenanigans to try to get a dark or stalking horse the nomination instead.


it would indeed be interesting to hear what the GOP elites really think about Romney's chances later this year...
 
2012-07-15 02:18:22 PM
Romney campaign:
3.bp.blogspot.com

Obama campaign:
4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-07-15 02:18:32 PM

More_Like_A_Stain: hubiestubert: HOW DARE HE USE MITT'S WORDS? THOSE ARE MITT'S WORDS! HE HAS TO GET PERMISSION TO USE THOSE WORDS THAT HE SPOKE IN PUBLIC! HOW DARE OBAMA VIOLATE MITT'S COPYRIGHTS! MITT SHOULD SUE! IMPEACH OBAMA FOR COPYRIGHT ABUSE!

You say that in jest. But don't look too surprised if it actually happens.


Parody is covered under Fair Use. He's obviously making fun of Romney in the ad.
 
2012-07-15 02:20:24 PM
That was a great ad, FOR Mitt Romney. People don't read. They don't get subtlety. All they will get from that ad is one minute of Mitt's talking points.

Terrible, terrible ad. Somebody should get fired.
 
2012-07-15 02:21:18 PM

Weaver95: NeverDrunk23:
A farker made an argument that people could make the alt to say stupid things, then they switch to their main and tear apart the very claims they presented. Its like lobbing softballs to yourself.

I believe the term is 'sock puppet'. happens from time to time in the politics tab. i've nailed a few people on it here and there, as have others.


Yes, Lenny, the term is "sock puppet." You're correct and glorious as always.

/I mean...
//I'm traveling.
 
2012-07-15 02:21:59 PM

that bosnian sniper: The sad part is, if the Obama campaign keeps hitting him as hard and rapidly as they have been the last week, on top of the Bain Capital shiatstorm, the Romney campaign will need a greater money disparity than that just to make the advertising front a complete rout.


I think a lot of this will show Romney donors that he's dead in the water, and they'll probably just dump their money into state races and forget about Mittens. No one likes betting on a crippled horse, ya know, and Romney is well on his way to becoming a very, very bad investment.
 
2012-07-15 02:22:05 PM

rohar: that bosnian sniper: Weaver95: that bosnian sniper: Well, if this week is any indication, the next three and a half months are going to be awesome. This is the first time Obama's campaigned completely on the offensive, and as far as I know Romney still has a 4:1 money advantage on Obama independent expenditure included.

True, Romney's advantage is money...but he's also inefficient and unfocused. Obama knows exactly where to hit him.

The sad part is, if the Obama campaign keeps hitting him as hard and rapidly as they have been the last week, on top of the Bain Capital shiatstorm, the Romney campaign will need a greater money disparity than that just to make the advertising front a complete rout.

Though, what I'm wondering is what will happen at the RNC. At this point, I'd be willing to bet money the GOP leadership is looking at their options for convention shenanigans to try to get a dark or stalking horse the nomination instead.

So if he wasn't running Bain, who was?


i2.cdn.turner.com

Why can't we get back to the issues? For example, Barack Obama's failed policies have caused people to be fired. I have very strong feelings about firing people.
 
2012-07-15 02:22:44 PM
The Obama Campaign:

static7.businessinsider.com

The Rmoney Campaign:

i107.photobucket.com
 
2012-07-15 02:23:29 PM

Vodka Zombie: that bosnian sniper: The sad part is, if the Obama campaign keeps hitting him as hard and rapidly as they have been the last week, on top of the Bain Capital shiatstorm, the Romney campaign will need a greater money disparity than that just to make the advertising front a complete rout.

I think a lot of this will show Romney donors that he's dead in the water, and they'll probably just dump their money into state races and forget about Mittens. No one likes betting on a crippled horse, ya know, and Romney is well on his way to becoming a very, very bad investment.


I know, it's not like shorting U.S. Treasury bonds, which Romney did. Romney actually literally bet against the U.S. economy.
 
2012-07-15 02:24:03 PM

Solid Muldoon: That was a great ad, FOR Mitt Romney. People don't read. They don't get subtlety. All they will get from that ad is one minute of Mitt's talking points.

Terrible, terrible ad. Somebody should get fired.


Meh, they picked all the attacks where he sounds like a bumbling idiot, not the ones where he momentarily sounds like he has a point. I think they could've shortened it or broken it up a bit, but it's still effective.
 
2012-07-15 02:25:12 PM

Solid Muldoon: That was a great ad, FOR Mitt Romney. People don't read. They don't get subtlety. All they will get from that ad is one minute of Mitt's talking points.

Terrible, terrible ad. Somebody should get fired.


I respectfully disagree, to a point. Most of the "TL;DR" crowd is in Romney's base; the ad isn't appealing to them. Nor is it targeted towards Obama's people.

The ad is for Independents and undecideds, some of whom will think critically.

At least I hope some of them will.
 
2012-07-15 02:25:15 PM

Solid Muldoon: That was a great ad, FOR Mitt Romney. People don't read. They don't get subtlety. All they will get from that ad is one minute of Mitt's talking points.

Terrible, terrible ad. Somebody should get fired.


You know what was awful? That trolling attempt.
 
2012-07-15 02:26:23 PM

Weaver95: it would indeed be interesting to hear what the GOP elites really think about Romney's chances later this year...


I'd imagine right now they're pressuring Romney to release tax returns and FEC/SEC filings, for the fact that anything untowards in those documents could be enough to pressure him to withdraw from the race, or refuse the nomination, after the first round of voting. That'd force a brokered convention.
 
2012-07-15 02:27:10 PM

gimmegimme: Vodka Zombie: that bosnian sniper: The sad part is, if the Obama campaign keeps hitting him as hard and rapidly as they have been the last week, on top of the Bain Capital shiatstorm, the Romney campaign will need a greater money disparity than that just to make the advertising front a complete rout.

I think a lot of this will show Romney donors that he's dead in the water, and they'll probably just dump their money into state races and forget about Mittens. No one likes betting on a crippled horse, ya know, and Romney is well on his way to becoming a very, very bad investment.

I know, it's not like shorting U.S. Treasury bonds, which Romney did. Romney actually literally bet against the U.S. economy.


Not really. Shorting treasuries may be a bet that the Fed will raise interest rates, driving prices down, which would start happening as the economy recovers. I doubt he or anybody is shorting treasuries with the idea that the US government is going to default.
 
2012-07-15 02:27:52 PM
I have to admit that for all the bazillions that every Wall Street Weasel, Las Vegas casino criminal, Texas tycoon, and foreign dictator is pouring into the RoMONEY campaign, and yet Mitt keeps doing a faceplant every single time he opens his mouth.

I really do hope Obama wins, just to envision the image of filthy rich S.O.B.s across the world sitting there in their plush chairs by the fireside, biting through their Cuban cigars and fuming furiously to themselves about all of the billions they flushed down the toilet in the attempt to get their gop puppet elected. Knowing full well that Obama's team will remember who was their friend and who was their enemy this election, and knowing that the subpoenas and warrants will soon be coming in January.
 
2012-07-15 02:28:02 PM

incendi: Solid Muldoon: That was a great ad, FOR Mitt Romney. People don't read. They don't get subtlety. All they will get from that ad is one minute of Mitt's talking points.

Terrible, terrible ad. Somebody should get fired.

Meh, they picked all the attacks where he sounds like a bumbling idiot, not the ones where he momentarily sounds like he has a point. I think they could've shortened it or broken it up a bit, but it's still effective.


incendi: Solid Muldoon: That was a great ad, FOR Mitt Romney. People don't read. They don't get subtlety. All they will get from that ad is one minute of Mitt's talking points.

Terrible, terrible ad. Somebody should get fired.

Meh, they picked all the attacks where he sounds like a bumbling idiot, not the ones where he momentarily sounds like he has a point. I think they could've shortened it or broken it up a bit, but it's still effective.


I noticed that -- they picked clips where he looks like a nervous Nixon.

Obama never looks like that. The best the GOP could do to retaliate in kind would be an endless stream of - (pause) uh (pause) - moments, but Obama looks and sounds confident even when he's saying "uh."

Romney has that nervous rat smile. You can almost see the whiskers.
 
2012-07-15 02:28:47 PM

incendi: gimmegimme: Vodka Zombie: that bosnian sniper: The sad part is, if the Obama campaign keeps hitting him as hard and rapidly as they have been the last week, on top of the Bain Capital shiatstorm, the Romney campaign will need a greater money disparity than that just to make the advertising front a complete rout.

I think a lot of this will show Romney donors that he's dead in the water, and they'll probably just dump their money into state races and forget about Mittens. No one likes betting on a crippled horse, ya know, and Romney is well on his way to becoming a very, very bad investment.

I know, it's not like shorting U.S. Treasury bonds, which Romney did. Romney actually literally bet against the U.S. economy.

Not really. Shorting treasuries may be a bet that the Fed will raise interest rates, driving prices down, which would start happening as the economy recovers. I doubt he or anybody is shorting treasuries with the idea that the US government is going to default.


Then why have the Republicans repeatedly tried to make the government default?
 
2012-07-15 02:29:13 PM
(Looks like time for a new mouse for me....)
 
2012-07-15 02:29:14 PM

that bosnian sniper: I'd imagine right now they're pressuring Romney to release tax returns and FEC/SEC filings, for the fact that anything untowards in those documents could be enough to pressure him to withdraw from the race, or refuse the nomination, after the first round of voting. That'd force a brokered convention.


What are the odds of this really happening though?
 
2012-07-15 02:29:15 PM

that bosnian sniper: Weaver95: it would indeed be interesting to hear what the GOP elites really think about Romney's chances later this year...

I'd imagine right now they're pressuring Romney to release tax returns and FEC/SEC filings, for the fact that anything untowards in those documents could be enough to pressure him to withdraw from the race, or refuse the nomination, after the first round of voting. That'd force a brokered convention.


well, that and having a panic attack that people might be discussing vulture capitalism and realizing how widespread those practices are on wall street....
 
2012-07-15 02:29:57 PM

gimmegimme: incendi: gimmegimme: Vodka Zombie: that bosnian sniper: The sad part is, if the Obama campaign keeps hitting him as hard and rapidly as they have been the last week, on top of the Bain Capital shiatstorm, the Romney campaign will need a greater money disparity than that just to make the advertising front a complete rout.

I think a lot of this will show Romney donors that he's dead in the water, and they'll probably just dump their money into state races and forget about Mittens. No one likes betting on a crippled horse, ya know, and Romney is well on his way to becoming a very, very bad investment.

I know, it's not like shorting U.S. Treasury bonds, which Romney did. Romney actually literally bet against the U.S. economy.

Not really. Shorting treasuries may be a bet that the Fed will raise interest rates, driving prices down, which would start happening as the economy recovers. I doubt he or anybody is shorting treasuries with the idea that the US government is going to default.

Then why have the Republicans repeatedly tried to make the government default?


Fair enough. Also, I really hate that I can't trim this wall'o'text on farkmobile.
 
2012-07-15 02:30:00 PM

that bosnian sniper: Weaver95: it would indeed be interesting to hear what the GOP elites really think about Romney's chances later this year...

I'd imagine right now they're pressuring Romney to release tax returns and FEC/SEC filings, for the fact that anything untowards in those documents could be enough to pressure him to withdraw from the race, or refuse the nomination, after the first round of voting. That'd force a brokered convention.


Kristin was pushing him to release on Faux this morning. Get it out, take the hit for a few days and move on... Odd in that the hit could be fatal given the entire basis of his campaign would be undermined. Given this... Maybe you're on to something.
 
2012-07-15 02:30:08 PM

Solid Muldoon: That was a great ad, FOR Mitt Romney. People don't read. They don't get subtlety. All they will get from that ad is one minute of Mitt's talking points.

Terrible, terrible ad. Somebody should get fired.


You sound.......concerned.
 
2012-07-15 02:30:28 PM
My money is on Romney disclosing his tax forms July 27th.

Any takers?
 
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