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Optimal Binders Full of Fail

Original Saepe__Expertus Wrote: Oct 21, 2012 12:49 PM
DEREK HUNTER WROTE: "The week of failure culminated in the president reciting the cheesy accusation Mitt Romney suffers from “Romnesia” – the inability to remember past positions. This from the man Who Promised To Cut The Deficit In Half his FIRST TERM, who hasn’t signed a budget IN MORE THAN THREE YEARS, who called ADDING $4 TRILLION to the National Debt in Eight Years “unpatriotic” … then racked up nearly $6 trillion in four years; who promised unemployment at 5.3 percent and delivered 43 straight months of 8 percent or higher. Perhaps he’s suffering from “Obamnesia”? Selective emphasis added. DEFEND THAT, Trolls. (References to Bush will earn you an "F"! )
Moonbat Exterminator Wrote: Oct 21, 2012 1:00 PM
There is a new branch of mathematics called DemMath. Regular math rules tell us that to cut something, like a deficit, in half, you divide by two. DemMath has no rules except that the sreults of any operation must make a Dem look good. Under that rule, a Dem can cut the deficit in half by multiplying by two and the graders win the MSM will give him an "A". It makes anything Lewis Carroll ever imagined look sane.

Progressives are not having a good week.

After a debate “victory” for President Obama, which amounted to simply being caffeinated because the bar was set so low after the first debate, his Libya lies are still haunting him. Yes, moderator Candy Crowley saved his bacon in the moment, but she ended up costing him by forcing a reluctant media to continue to cover the story. He may have won the night, but he lost the week because of it.

Had the president simply taken responsibility for his administration’s security failures, apologized, said it would haunt him and shape his actions...