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Fallout: DNC says Romney was Mean, RNC Zeroes in on Obama's Smirk

mas1az Wrote: Oct 05, 2012 8:39 AM
Of course he smirks a lot. He knows the lies he and his cohorts throw out there is eaten up by many who are lost and follow him like he's God or something. He hates truth and thus he smirks and looks down at his feet when he's hears it. He can't stand truth as much as we can't stand listening to him throw out all the hate speech he and his friends use to destroy others. Romney is not a politician as much as he is a business man. An honest business man. Rare to find in today's world. Obama and the left wanted Romney and they've got him, but not where they wanted him to stay. Truth is always the truth, and the left hates truth as long as it's not in line with their truths. God bless. Go Romney and Ryan.

In keeping with the rapid-fire pace of this election cycle, the respective party committees have already produced post-debate videos, and much like the candidates performances' themselves, one is significantly more effective than the other. The debate gave Team Romney quite a bit more to work with than Team Obama, and it's painfully evident in the two videos they each produced.

Let's look at the Democrats' offering first, "Mitt Romney: What a Guy." They don't have much to work with; their candidate's performance was tepid at best -- Charles Blow in the New York Times called him "President Xanax,"...