Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Romney's LIES and Flip Flops Throughout Last Night's Debate (Romnesia)! Denies His Op-Ed "Let Detroit Go Bankrupt!"

A day after the Final foreign policy-focused debate, President Obama rightfully criticized Romney’s rhetoric as "wrong and reckless."
As the American Public witnessed, Romney LIED THROUGH HIS TEETH! (Romnesia)
Romney LIED when he said he did NOT write his Op-Ed "Let Detroit go Bankrupt."
Romney LIED when he said he supported withdrawal of our troops in Afghanistan in 2014.
Romney LIED about his views. So hawkish before the debate, now agreeing with our President.

Etchy Sketchy.
It is NOW Abundantly Clear to the American Public - Romney CANNOT BE TRUSTED!

Today, before an audience of 11,000, our President renewed his view of Romney's Flip Flopping. "In a world of new threats and profound challenges, America needs leadership that is strong and is steady. Gov. Romney’s foreign policy has been wrong and reckless. Last night, he was all over the map," said our President Obama. "Did you notice that?"
The president truly stated that Romney was inconsistent start-to-finish at the debate, on issues from pursuing Osama bin Laden to rescuing the auto industry. To drive the point home, Obama revived the term, "Romnesia."
“Florida,” Mr. Obama said, “You know me. You can trust what I say.” Romney’s debate performance was “at least Stage 3 Romnesia. If you say you love American cars in the debate, but you wrote an article called ‘Let Detroit Go Bankrupt,’ you might have Romnesia,” Mr. Obama said. “If you can’t remember the policies on your Web site or the promises that you’ve been making over the six years you’ve been running for president, if you can’t even remember what you said last week, remember, Obamacare covers pre-existing conditions.”
The president said Americans were used to seeing politicians change their positions from four years ago. “We’re not accustomed to seeing politicians change their positions from four days ago,” he said.
Our President shared a brochure of his jobs and education plans, and said his “math adds up. Compare my plan to Governor Romney’s.”

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