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Now That Romney Has Lurched Back To The Middle In The First Debate He's Screwed The Right And He Can't Flop Back.

 
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10/06/2012 08:37 AM
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Now That Romney Has Lurched Back To The Middle In The First Debate He's Screwed The Right And He Can't Flop Back.
President Obama should now jump down on him with both feet. Romney told blatant falsehoods in order to flip back and he left the Conservatives and the Rich twisting in the wind to do it.

Romney has officially run out of runway, any flop back will totally destroy him since he flipped in front of 70 million people and Obama bit his lip and patiently let him do it.

Now will come the onslaught of the 47% video and the REAL Romney vs.Romney.

The Charlatan Heathen Snake Oil Salesman Heretic is Toast.
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Re: Now That Romney Has Lurched Back To The Middle In The First Debate He's Screwed The Right And He Can't Flop Back.
To truthy?
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Re: Now That Romney Has Lurched Back To The Middle In The First Debate He's Screwed The Right And He Can't Flop Back.
>> too truthy?

Yes. But they aren't quite ready to admit it yet. Too busy celebrating the "win" :) That will wear off soon, once the fact-checkers finish taking apart and exposing all the lies.

However, it wouldn't surprise me to see 'ol Etch-a-Sketch flip back again before it's all over. Kind of depends on the individual audience makeup wherever he's speaking. A pathological liar will say most anything he thinks he has to in order to get what he wants.

Since there's no chance this time of getting any winnable Presidential candidates to vote for that will *really* (O hasn't been) be good for the middle class, American voters might as well focus on getting the crap voted out of congress in their states.

Middle class and wanna-be middle class Americans need to take a hard look at the ratings for current legislators from their state and see which ones are really worth keeping in office.

[link to themiddleclass.org]

Last Edited by cartographica on 10/06/2012 11:38 AM
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