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Romney: "Here We Stand. Americans Have a Choice."

bradkz Wrote: Aug 31, 2012 2:39 PM
It’s very telling that nearly all of the arguments made against Obama are based on wild exaggerations (O’s share of the deficit), shameless distortions (“You didn’t build that!”) and downright lies (welfare work requirements). Seems as though R2 don’t feel they can win with truth and grown-up engagement. There are good arguments to be made against Obama, but the truth of these arguments are hidden under a one-ton load of utter Republican BS.
twistedfreak Wrote: Aug 31, 2012 2:48 PM
Troll Troll Troll. Back under the bridge with you, till the oldest Billygoat comes to take you out!
twistedfreak Wrote: Aug 31, 2012 2:52 PM
you're soft-selling the Obama catastrophe? that is a new tick in the campaign strategy, it smells of complete desperation, but there's not much else left in the bag O tricks is there?
bradkz Wrote: Aug 31, 2012 3:06 PM
Aw, geez... "complete desperation"? The desperation is manifest in the exaggerations, distortions & lies of R2. Confident, weighty arguments wouldn't need their kind of flip-floppy nonsense.
twistedfreak Wrote: Aug 31, 2012 3:16 PM
yeah like that SOB Paul Ryan using Math to back up his outrageous claims! and Mitt, whew! claiming to be able to create millions of jobs, like he's ever had experience creating Jobs! well, not GREEN jobs....
bradkz Wrote: Aug 31, 2012 3:39 PM
Come on, man... that "Math" don't add up. Even his buddy Romney can't decide whether or not he really likes the Ryan plan. Ryan's "Math" is so good, his votes during the Bush years added nearly $7 trillion to the deficit. He needs a new calculator! (May I suggest a TRS-80?)

TAMPA, FL - Governor Mitt Romney accepted his party's nomination for the presidency of the United States of America tonight, telling RNC delegates that voters face a clear choice in November.  His remarks focused on his broad executive experience in both the private and public sectors, and the future he envisions for America.  The basic message: Here's who I am.  Here's where I come from and what I've done.  Here are my values.  Here's the current state of the union.  And here are my solutions. Please join me.  Like Paul Ryan last night, Romney drew contrasts with his opponent,...