“That’s what this election is about — it’s about who can get the middle class in this country a bright and prosperous future.”
Distortion and stipulation.
“He also went after the moderator.” Well, thank goodness somebody did.
Another winner in the election-ad follies?
“More Americans are living in poverty than when President Obama took office.”
“Medicare is going broke. That’s not politics, it’s math.”
Plus: A “war on women”-counterpunch.
Just words …
“Give me a break. This whole thing is the biggest fairy tale I’ve ever seen.”
“This election, to me, is about which candidate is more likely to return us to full employment.”
“What does it say about a president’s character when his campaign tries to use the tragedy of a woman’s death for political gain?”
Looking for growth in all the wrong places.
“The message is a little over the top. Can’t you admit that?”
Hey, look America — squirrel!
Yes, reading transcripts… how very conniving of him.
“President Obama, you’re killing us out here.”
Plus, donor class over the middle class?
“He’s going to divide this country by distorting these things to try to win this election.”
Romney’s private equity versus Obama’s public equity.
You would think.
The gift of gaffe.
Again with the “One of the worst economic records in the country.” As opposed to yours, you mean?
Speaking of not working …
“I agree with the Romney campaign.”
Ripped from the headlines of …. MSNBC.
Set aside the time.
“Treat these rallies this week as you would the opening of a thoughtful movie with two female leads: don’t show up.”
“He’s going nuclear.”
“…installing a dictatorship in Venezuela.”