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Team Romney: "It's Time to Vet the President"

LowestTaxRatesForTheRich Wrote: Jul 18, 2012 11:56 PM
"It's time to vet the President." LMFAO! Yeah, because in the last election 4 years ago NO ONE bothered to look into his background. I mean it NEVER occurred to Karl Rove to investigate! Or to Hillary Clinton! LMFAO. If you think Obama could pull one over on both Rove and Clinton you are truly delusional.
amfmem Wrote: Jul 19, 2012 11:09 AM
Why should Karl Rove need to investigate? Karl Rove wasn't working for McCains campaign. During 2007 and 2008 anyone who would have criticized the One, would have instantly been labled a racist, and destroyed by the media and the Ones' team. Just ask Joe the Plumber what happens when you ask a simple question and the answer embarressed the canidate?

It was clear early on that the MSM was in O's pocket and that is still true today. With his dismal record as POTUS, and the multiple times that his MSM pals and his staff have pulled the race card it no longer has the effect that it did in 2008.

But the most damning thing that should have made every voter cringe should have been the comment, that we are five days away from...
Mattieohmalley Wrote: Jul 19, 2012 3:51 AM
Karl Rove is leftist neocon filth. And no, they don't vet.
mary anne24 Wrote: Jul 19, 2012 12:01 AM
The Clintons WERE going after him pretty strong, but I think they realized they had to stop because they would have destroyed it for any democrat. Don't you understand politics.

I know you don't understand the stock market from the other night.

People were out there. Rove was speaking out but you are right too many people were afraid to mess with him.

Between yesterday's fantastic speech and this BuzzFeed report, is the Romney campaign finally immersing itself in the 2012 bare-knuckles brawl?  Pow:

In speeches from Des Moines to Dallas, Romney has always been careful to hedge his tough digs at Obama with a civil nod toward the president's moral character: "He's a nice guy," the Republican has often said. "He just has no idea how the private economy works." But Tuesday's speech included no such hedge — and one campaign adviser said there's a reason for that. "[Romney] has said Obama's a nice fellow, he's...