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(Huffington Post)   John McCain tells reporter "That's one of the dumbest questions I've ever heard." And if anyone knows dumb, it's John McCain   (huffingtonpost.com) divider line 127
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2012-11-15 07:10:20 AM

Aldon: I can't even figure out what the "scandal" is regarding Bengazi.

That it took 7 hours to send a rescue team? Okay then, how long should it have taken. And what makes that a scandal?

That the administration should have told us more or wasn't completely accurate in what happened until about two weeks afterwards? Okay then, what did that change/affect?


Seriously, someone needs to explain what the scandal is. If everything the Republicans say is true, at worst the administration could have done better and been faster with information and reacting to the attack. Valid criticism, but no scandal.

/a scandal needs immoral or illegal activity.


Well you see, our president is a ni-*bong* so the Right wing half of this country is ECSTATIC that American's died. They want to pin these deaths on him so badly that they can't even see there is no scandal here (as you have noticed) They know Dubya dropped the ball on 9/11, they are coming to terms with the fact we never should have been in Iraq. The previous administration is responsible for so many civilian and military deaths that they can't even mention his administration anymore. In there twisted minds having Obama be responsible for some American deaths makes Bush look better, Unfortunately they are doing what they ALWAYS do, start with the conclusion and make reality/data fit their needs. We saw this with the recent election, ie Romney will win, so we must make the polls reflect that. We see that with creationism, ie God made it all, so lets make the science show that. We are seeing it with Bengazi, Obama is responsible for those deaths, now lets contrive evidence and a narrative that makes the black man a bad man.

there is no scandal, and there is nothing this Administration could have done, so the Right's tactic is to have first decided he's to pay and next to figure out how. You know, their standard operating procedure.

\My God I've become cynical =(
 
2012-11-15 07:17:37 AM

Aldon: Uchiha_Cycliste: DjangoStonereaver: Uchiha_Cycliste: KrispyKritter: Cyclometh:

McCain only thinks tactically, and that is why he would have made a crappy president.

Considering the GOP's behavior, can you imagine how they would have behaved had McCain been a democratic nominee? They were unconscionably rude to John Kerry with respect to his purple heart, Again, if McCain was a dem, I'm sure Fox news would have been endlessly attacking McCain and his ability to fly, or concocting stories about how he got himself into a warrior's prison just to avoid fighting They probably would have go so far as to ask if he was really tortured or if he just made it all up. This is probably the first and maybe the last time I'll say this, but for his sake, it was a goof thing McCain was a republican, It would have been horrible to have to go through those incriminations of being a shiatty soldier, a liar and a fibber,

I had more to say, but I lost my train of thought.

I was a McCain supporter in 2000... I remember well how he lost South Carolina in the primaries.... Bush/Rove went after his military service by having a proxy suggest that he was brainwashed when he was a prisoner.

Then McCain and Bush had a 'debate/joint interview' in SC and McCain basically said that was a low blow, Bush responded by saying with an indignant 'Are you questioning my honor? Don't you question my honor!' (paraphrased). I new McCain would loose at that moment.

/push polling that McCain fathered a mix-raced child didn't help either.


I was 17 at the time, so I wasn't paying attention to politics yet. That is absolutely despicable. Had McCain not sold his soul to the GOP devil for the 2008 nomination I'd feel bad for him. But he did, so Fark him.
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None the less, we are fortunate that there are Americans willing to go and die and be tortured and held prisoner for our sake. As evil and demented as he is and became, he is still worth respecting for having fought for us.
 
2012-11-15 07:19:45 AM

halfof33: Uh, in the clip, he was responding to a dumb question that had nothing to do with Rice.

But lets hear it from the White House!

"Five days after the attack, she appeared on several news talk programs and said the attack stemmed from outrage in the Arab world over an anti-Muslim video, not an act of terrorism. The White House later corrected that claim."

Derp. Keep posting, boys.


There is something about this whole dialogue I don't get - in what way are the two "explanations" for the benghazi incident considered mutually exclusive?
 
2012-11-15 07:21:07 AM
If McCain in anyway opposed the senate restoring embassy security, Obama should address the Senate and demand his resignation to see if the man has a shred of integrity left.
 
2012-11-15 07:25:11 AM

stoli n coke: This latest tantrum is just a reminder that he never got over 2008. IMO, he still thinks he's running for president against Obama.


He also still thinks he's a prisoner in North Vietnam. And that we're his fellow prisoners!
 
2012-11-15 07:28:57 AM
Don't worry Senator McCain, despite all of the attention on Romney lately, we all do remember what a truly horrible candidate for President you were. You don't need to remind us.
 
2012-11-15 07:32:58 AM
Somehow it feels like McCain still thinks it's 2008 and that he has a chance of winning the election. Poor old bastard... lost his farking mind, he has.
 
2012-11-15 07:33:07 AM
McCain is an obsequious ass
 
2012-11-15 07:36:23 AM

halfof33: Uh, in the clip, he was responding to a dumb question that had nothing to do with Rice.

But lets hear it from the White House!

"Five days after the attack, she appeared on several news talk programs and said the attack stemmed from outrage in the Arab world over an anti-Muslim video, not an act of terrorism. The White House later corrected that claim."

Derp. Keep posting, boys.


time and again, endlessly really - you have proven yourself to be a loser, a liar and an asshole. Why on earth would we listen to you this time?
 
2012-11-15 07:46:01 AM

Uchiha_Cycliste: halfof33: Uh, in the clip, he was responding to a dumb question that had nothing to do with Rice.

But lets hear it from the White House!

"Five days after the attack, she appeared on several news talk programs and said the attack stemmed from outrage in the Arab world over an anti-Muslim video, not an act of terrorism. The White House later corrected that claim."

Derp. Keep posting, boys.

time and again, endlessly really - you have proven yourself to be a loser, a liar and an asshole. Why on earth would we listen to you this time?


Cut him some slack, this is his job.
 
2012-11-15 07:55:12 AM

Raharu: Uchiha_Cycliste: halfof33: Uh, in the clip, he was responding to a dumb question that had nothing to do with Rice.

But lets hear it from the White House!

"Five days after the attack, she appeared on several news talk programs and said the attack stemmed from outrage in the Arab world over an anti-Muslim video, not an act of terrorism. The White House later corrected that claim."

Derp. Keep posting, boys.

time and again, endlessly really - you have proven yourself to be a loser, a liar and an asshole. Why on earth would we listen to you this time?

Cut him some slack, this is his job.


why? He does such a shiatty job at it, if we weren't mocking him for being such a tool, at the very least we should denigrate him for being so bad at what he does. There's no avoiding the fact he deserves our scorn.
 
2012-11-15 08:09:09 AM

Uchiha_Cycliste: Aldon:

I was a McCain supporter in 2000... I remember well how he lost South Carolina in the primaries.... Bush/Rove went after his military service by having a proxy suggest that he was brainwashed when he was a prisoner.

Then McCain and Bush had a 'debate/joint interview' in SC and McCain basically said that was a low blow, Bush responded by saying with an indignant 'Are you questioning my honor? Don't you question my honor!' (paraphrased). I new McCain would loose at that moment.

/push polling that McCain fathered a mix-raced child didn't help either.

I was 17 at the time, so I wasn't paying attention to politics yet. That is absolutely despicable. Had McCain not sold his soul to the GOP devil for the 2008 nomination I'd feel bad for him. But he did, so Fark him.
m
None the less, we are fortunate that there are Americans willing to go and die and be tortured and held prisoner for our sake. As evil and demented as he is and became, he is still worth respecting for having fought for us.


If the John McCain who had served in Vietnam and spent all that time in an NV prison had been the
one running for president, I'd have certainly voted for him.

That wasn't the man who ran in 2008.
 
2012-11-15 08:09:49 AM
Am I the only person who doesn't understand why this is a scandal? Look, I get that people died, but being an ambassador in a politically unstable nation like Libya and being physically outside of the embassy (the place guarded by the USMC) is a dangerous business. It just is! Shiat happens, and in a place like Libya, I'm sure it's very difficult to tell what certain groups motivations are, especially when they're masked in some larger context. The terrorists that attacked the consulate were taking advantage of the confusion caused by the riots regarding that dumb anti-Islam video, but of course it takes time to prove these things.

Also, Stevens himself chose to travel with a minimal security detail---he thought it would help him with the "hearts and minds" part of his job. Can't blame Obama for that. Also also, Republicans need to understand the difference between a consulate and an embassy. I'm so sick of hearing people tell me about the "embassy in Benghazi" that got attacked. STFU already, consulates != embassies.

And finally, as others have pointed out, you weren't mad about all the embassy and consulate attacks that resulted in deaths during the Bush admin. Why are you so upset now? Difficulty: you can't admit to taking politics past the national border.
 
2012-11-15 08:14:59 AM

DjangoStonereaver: Uchiha_Cycliste: Aldon:

I was a McCain supporter in 2000... I remember well how he lost South Carolina in the primaries.... Bush/Rove went after his military service by having a proxy suggest that he was brainwashed when he was a prisoner.

Then McCain and Bush had a 'debate/joint interview' in SC and McCain basically said that was a low blow, Bush responded by saying with an indignant 'Are you questioning my honor? Don't you question my honor!' (paraphrased). I new McCain would loose at that moment.

/push polling that McCain fathered a mix-raced child didn't help either.

I was 17 at the time, so I wasn't paying attention to politics yet. That is absolutely despicable. Had McCain not sold his soul to the GOP devil for the 2008 nomination I'd feel bad for him. But he did, so Fark him.
m
None the less, we are fortunate that there are Americans willing to go and die and be tortured and held prisoner for our sake. As evil and demented as he is and became, he is still worth respecting for having fought for us.

If the John McCain who had served in Vietnam and spent all that time in an NV prison had been the
one running for president, I'd have certainly voted for him.

That wasn't the man who ran in 2008.


No, that man died in 2000 and was reborn in 2008 like a pheonix rising from the flames of a deep winter tundra fire made of shiat being butned'
 
2012-11-15 08:17:44 AM

HMS_Blinkin: Am I the only person who doesn't understand why this is a scandal?


It's largely due to Obama Bad.
 
2012-11-15 08:20:57 AM

GAT_00: Hanky: This attack on Ambassador Rice is outrageous. That old man needs to retire.

I have no idea why he's doing this.


It's quite possible he doesn't know, either.
 
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2012-11-15 08:31:14 AM

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Skip to 3:15 for the best evar.


lmao.
 
2012-11-15 08:35:13 AM

Publikwerks: Gordon Bennett: Once someone who was planning a trip to New York asked me in all sincerity how to get to Carnegie Hall.

You only ever get a setup like that once in a lifetime.


Well, that depends on where you start. From Grand Central, you head up 42nd street, to 6th ave to 57th st.


When my family visited New York back when I was a kid we got lost driving around. We stopped a policeman and asked how to get to Broadway. He responded "study hard".
 
2012-11-15 08:38:19 AM
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2012-11-15 08:45:42 AM
Is this the thread where everyone pretends that McCain was a reasonable moderate back in the day and hasn't been a cranky old ultra-conservative asshole his entire farking career?

The Maverick is a media creation, a product of decades of sucking up to the Beltway press corps with BBQs, donuts and tire swings. McCain has always been a right-wing conservative who holds a grudge. His standing up to Bush was more about sticking it to the guy who beat him in the primaries in 2000 than any sense of principle or fairness. And he's doing the same thing now trying to stick it to the guy who beat him in the general in 2008.

Give the legend a rest, already.
 
2012-11-15 08:46:48 AM

Uchiha_Cycliste: The really funny thing is that if the Generals mistress gained access to truly dangerous classified documents somehow. For instance, if she was actually a spy playing the long game, she could very well have gotten her hands on documents that end up putting many, many more American lives in danger. That retarded old codger is so heart-set on making Bengazi a thing that he didn't even consider the question, or answer reasonably.


ie) [www.themovies.co.za image 600x336]


I have only been paying partial attention to the Patraeus thing. Is there any indication that she was given any sort of special access? Or are we assuming that because his penis went in her that he was also violating his oath to the country he's served for several decades?

Asked that the other day to a coworker who was talking about the security angle and they weren't really sure where the allegations come from, but then, "coworker" is a notoriously low-information demographic... so... meh.

Actually curious if there's a backstory to that piece of the puzzle.
 
2012-11-15 08:49:28 AM

Ambivalence: I don't know, Luke Russert asking Pelosi if she thinks she's too old and should step aside for younger leadership to emerge was the dumbest question I've ever heard.


Wasn't his dad a journalist and isn't Pelosi from a long line in the family business of political office ?

No legacy here. Just two royal families having fun.
 
2012-11-15 08:57:36 AM
I've said it once, and I'll say it again...

It's kinda funny that these turds keep comparing Benghazi to Watergate and Iran-Contra...two actual scandals (one of them high treason) that were perpetrated not only during Republican administrations, but by Republican administrations, and the efforts made to cover up both incidents were orchestrated by Republicans.

/And surprise of all surprises, two key orchestrators of those scandals are Fox News contributors!
 
2012-11-15 08:58:43 AM
One almost gets the feeling that McCain waited until Obama's first term was nearly over and he could no longer be considered the GOP candidate by any stretch of the imagination before he started being a dick. He's reached the end of his statute of limitations on treating the guy that beat him with respect.

I imagine we're going to see more of this from this old fart.
 
2012-11-15 09:02:30 AM

BeesNuts: I have only been paying partial attention to the Patraeus thing. Is there any indication that she was given any sort of special access?


It seems like she had access to a lot of things that she shouldn't have, but there's not any evidence of intent or malicious action (so far? dun dun dunnnnn).
 
2012-11-15 09:04:26 AM
Wow, it is one thing to hear a couple of trolls online parrot this bullshiat, but to hear McCain try and turn the wording of a press conference into a farking conspiracy is pretty disheartening. Why has he decided to chain himself to this thing?
 
2012-11-15 09:04:33 AM

Ambivalence: I don't know, Luke Russert asking Pelosi if she thinks she's too old and should step aside for younger leadership to emerge was the dumbest question I've ever heard.


Yes. He should have told her, not asked.
 
2012-11-15 09:04:34 AM

BeesNuts: Is there any indication that she was given any sort of special access?


Well she had a lot of classified documents at her house, but who knows where they came from. The problem with behavior on his part is that it creates an opportunity for other people to get leverage over him. Incidentally, it's not against CIA policy to have an affair, you just have to tell your boss and your spouse.
 
2012-11-15 09:06:06 AM

turbidum: Ambivalence: I don't know, Luke Russert asking Pelosi if she thinks she's too old and should step aside for younger leadership to emerge was the dumbest question I've ever heard.

I'd have to go with a girl I knew in high school who, as a senior, asked, "Wait. Who won the Civil War? The South?" when she was stone-cold sober.


Depends what state ya'll went to high school in.
 
2012-11-15 09:10:34 AM

Uchiha_Cycliste: time and again, endlessly really - you have proven yourself to be a loser, a liar and an asshole. Why on earth would we listen to you this time?


LOLZ!!!! So you are suggesting that what i said was wrong?

Interesting, all you did was unload your typical round of butt hurt, as always.

Don't be so mad bro, people with facts are going to disagree with you from time to time. You'll get over it, and if, halfof33 will be here to help you find your way.

Now is the part of the thread where you post facts or stfu.

Love ya bro!
 
2012-11-15 09:10:48 AM
2 things:

-good answer from JohnnyMac, though I'd have liked a bit more "Here's why it's a stupid question" without pimping 4 dead people. 6.5/10, but a few more carefully chosen words and it'd have been a 9 or 10.
-Has there been a single hearing over the intelligence failures leading up to Iraq? How about the coordinated series of embassy attacks (Yemen and somewhere else in Africa are the two I remember right now - within like a month of each other) 10-12 years ago? How about that time a top ...CIA? guy was killed in Afghanistan in one of the first widely-reported Afghan-on-American attacks? My point is that every death is not Watergate, and sometimes, you have to accept that things will happen that we didn't want to: the enemy gets lucky, or they found/exploited a vulnerability we thought we'd covered, or they use a spontaneous protest to stage an already-planned attack, or our initial reports aren't 100% accurate when spokespeople report them on Sunday talk shows.

And sometimes, the top civilian and military people in the country lie to us for 3 months straight to get us involved in a bloody, costly and pointless adventure.
 
2012-11-15 09:12:20 AM

BeesNuts: Uchiha_Cycliste: The really funny thing is that if the Generals mistress gained access to truly dangerous classified documents somehow. For instance, if she was actually a spy playing the long game, she could very well have gotten her hands on documents that end up putting many, many more American lives in danger. That retarded old codger is so heart-set on making Bengazi a thing that he didn't even consider the question, or answer reasonably.


ie) [www.themovies.co.za image 600x336]

I have only been paying partial attention to the Patraeus thing. Is there any indication that she was given any sort of special access? Or are we assuming that because his penis went in her that he was also violating his oath to the country he's served for several decades?

Asked that the other day to a coworker who was talking about the security angle and they weren't really sure where the allegations come from, but then, "coworker" is a notoriously low-information demographic... so... meh.

Actually curious if there's a backstory to that piece of the puzzle.


I heard on the radio that some woman involved with this whole kerfuffle had classified documents on her computer.
a) I don't know that, but I assume the radio was talking about the general's Mistress.
b) I'm not sure which show I was listening to, it was either the news at the top of the hour, News hour with Jim Lerher or BBC world news.
 
2012-11-15 09:13:19 AM

halfof33: LOLZ!!!! So you are suggesting that what i said was wrong?


I'm suggesting you are ALWAYS wrong. ALWAYS.
you are always an asshole.
You are *almost* always a liar.
you suck.
 
2012-11-15 09:13:54 AM
wait, what am I saying... I'm not suggesting. I'm flat out proclaiming. .
 
2012-11-15 09:16:02 AM

Uchiha_Cycliste: I'm suggesting you are ALWAYS wrong. ALWAYS.
you are always an asshole.
You are *almost* always a liar.


it is almost like you are biting on a troll

almost

aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaalmost
 
2012-11-15 09:20:22 AM

sprawl15: Uchiha_Cycliste: I'm suggesting you are ALWAYS wrong. ALWAYS.
you are always an asshole.
You are *almost* always a liar.

it is almost like you are biting on a troll

almost

aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaalmost


sprawl15: Uchiha_Cycliste: I'm suggesting you are ALWAYS wrong. ALWAYS.
you are always an asshole.
You are *almost* always a liar.

it is almost like you are biting on a troll

almost

aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaalmost


I am shamed... almost. You see, I only read the first line of his post, and frankly typing that brought me a great deal of joy. I think I came out ahead, I did. =D
 
2012-11-15 09:21:27 AM
I did fark up my response to you though, sprawl =(
 
2012-11-15 09:22:32 AM

sprawl15: BeesNuts: I have only been paying partial attention to the Patraeus thing. Is there any indication that she was given any sort of special access?

It seems like she had access to a lot of things that she shouldn't have, but there's not any evidence of intent or malicious action (so far? dun dun dunnnnn).


Tickle Mittens: BeesNuts: Is there any indication that she was given any sort of special access?

Well she had a lot of classified documents at her house, but who knows where they came from. The problem with behavior on his part is that it creates an opportunity for other people to get leverage over him. Incidentally, it's not against CIA policy to have an affair, you just have to tell your boss and your spouse.


Uchiha_Cycliste: I heard on the radio that some woman involved with this whole kerfuffle had classified documents on her computer.
a) I don't know that, but I assume the radio was talking about the general's Mistress.
b) I'm not sure which show I was listening to, it was either the news at the top of the hour, News hour with Jim Lerher or BBC world news.


Muchas gracias all. Shady stuff, and I hadn't thought of the leverage angle...

It just had the smell of sensationalism all over it, and I try not to fall for that stuff. Unless it's real. dun dun dunnnnn indeed...
 
2012-11-15 09:25:26 AM
"I wonder why we are starting this new Congress with a protracted debate about a foregone conclusion. I can only conclude that we are doing this for no other reason than because of lingering bitterness over the outcome of the election."
-- John McCain, 2005
 
2012-11-15 09:30:00 AM
Yeah. Senator Thud McCain knows what stupid is.
/Along with his little per dog Lindsey Graham, the most openly closeted gay senator.
 
2012-11-15 09:34:06 AM
Is the death of four members of our diplomatic corps a serious thing? Yes.

Is the apparent high-school level of stupid drama involving the head of the farking CIA, members of the FBI, Uniformed Services, and more make one wonder what kind of retardation has afflicted these people and, potentially others ALSO a serious thing? Yes.

One is just a helluva lot more idiotic than the other.
 
2012-11-15 09:34:19 AM
DNRTFA but there's nothing dumber than picking Sarah as your VP.
 
2012-11-15 09:34:54 AM

RedPhoenix122: GAT_00: I have no idea why he's doing this.

Honestly, if he doesn't start doing shiat like this, he runs the risk of losing a primary to a more extreme candidate.


Is he even going to run again? Motherfarker will be 80 when his next time comes around. Granted three current senators got re-elected past age 80, but come the fark on and retire already.
 
2012-11-15 09:36:34 AM

GAT_00: Hanky: This attack on Ambassador Rice is outrageous. That old man needs to retire.

I have no idea why he's doing this.


Partisan hackery. The old guy can be an effective lawmaker when he puts his mind to it but he keeps diving back into the GOP attack dog role.
 
2012-11-15 09:43:59 AM
We're supposed to believe that a minor one-and-done embassy strike that killed a whole 4 people is a bigger national security issue than the former head of CENT-COM and current head of the CIA leaking shiatloads of classified documents because his dick wasn't gonna suck itself?

Republicans are OBSESSED with Benghazi. They somehow think that it is some smoking gun for Obama trying to cover-up Al Qaeda. They are trying to turn this into Obama's Waco (which itself was overblown BS).

Just ignore the fact that Obama has had less embassy attacks than any president in the last 50 years. Just ignore that fact that Republicans defunded embassy security. Just ignore the fact that 9/11 and Iraq only happened because Republicans and their appointed Agency Commanders were incompetent and arrogant.
 
2012-11-15 09:44:57 AM

BeesNuts: Uchiha_Cycliste: I heard on the radio that some woman involved with this whole kerfuffle had classified documents on her computer.
a) I don't know that, but I assume the radio was talking about the general's Mistress.
b) I'm not sure which show I was listening to, it was either the news at the top of the hour, News hour with Jim Lerher or BBC world news.

Muchas gracias all. Shady stuff, and I hadn't thought of the leverage angle...

It just had the smell of sensationalism all over it, and I try not to fall for that stuff. Unless it's real. dun dun dunnnnn indeed...


It does reek of sensationalism doesn't it? However, the point was brought up, and I happen to agree with, that being the director of the CIA he left himself up to blackmail, which is not so great. If his special lady friend is found to have documents she is not supposed to, I really want to believe that somehow she grabbed them herself, not that he sent them to her.
I don't think it's a problem that he cheated on his wife, that's a personal affair, I think it's a problem that a) he left himself vulnerable and b) he got caught =/. Let's face it, if he was able to get away with it and no one And I MEAN NO ONE knew, it's not really an issue. The Europeans totally have the better view of these things than us.
 
2012-11-15 09:51:09 AM
Maybe Obama shouldn't have used her to spout the nonsense about the video on the Sunday morning talk shows. He's the one who made her look like an idiot. The communication about this incident was handled incredibly poorly. The administration and the Libyan government knew it wasn't about the video.
 
2012-11-15 09:53:18 AM

hugram: DNRTFA but there's nothing dumber than picking Sarah as your VP.


Sure there is.

Picking Paul Ryan.
 
2012-11-15 09:54:44 AM

BeesNuts: It just had the smell of sensationalism all over it, and I try not to fall for that stuff.


Thing is, she had a security clearance and private access. Even if she wasn't some secret super spy, she could have gotten her hands on shiat she really wasn't supposed to have even if she just wanted it for something as benign as a book.

That's part of why they're digging through her documents after the clearance was revoked - the question currently is if she was told things she didn't need to know. Until that's answered, 'why' isn't a question being asked by anyone but people who depend on ratings for money.
 
2012-11-15 09:59:15 AM

Fluorescent Testicle: hugram: DNRTFA but there's nothing dumber than picking Sarah as your VP.

Sure there is.

Picking Paul Ryan while disavowing the Ryan budget.


Romney could have actually done better, IMO, if he stuck to the Ryan guns and put that out as a starting point for discussion. Then he'd have the 'bipartisanship' thing to fall back on when people criticize it, and it could have brought real public awareness to the problem that is SS/Medicare/Medicaid spending.
 
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