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Romney on Offense Over Dependency 'Gaffe'

JayneCobb Wrote: Sep 19, 2012 11:30 AM
"People who are too stupid to know the difference between correlation and causality are also too stupid to post here. It really is time for you to disappear." I specifically used the word correlate for that reason. However, in the politics of division pitting the 1% vs. the 99% it makes not one whit of difference. Obama's class warfare can be simply stated as "The rich are getting richer and the middle-class is shrinking." Romney's reply is, "that's because more Americans are wanting to be lazy and get government handouts." So Obama is guilty of equating correlation with causation and Romney is guilty of blatantly and bald face making up causation that wins him points a rich man's fundraiser. Your choices. God Bless!
pppqq Wrote: Sep 19, 2012 11:36 AM
My choice won't be Obama, and I hope many, many millions more will join me in voting Obama out of office.


Yes, Romney chose a relatively friendly venue for this exchange -- but Neil Cavuto didn't exactly let the GOP nominee off the hook by lobbing softballs.  Nor did he badger Romney with sanctimonious scolding or apology trolling, a mindless mainstream media specialty.  High marks for this interview:

In this case, the best defense is a good offense, so Romney mentioned the newly (and not coincidentally) released Obama