Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Rumble On Long Island

Just a few observations regarding the 2nd Presidential debate between President Obama and ex-Governor Romney and moderated by CNN's chief political correspondent Candy Crowley at Hofstra University on Long Island.


Mitt’s binder full of women that I can point to and have brought to me: where can I get one?

Relax, middle class. Romney won't tax the vast amounts of your savings.

The questioner who asked why the Obama administration rejected increased security for Benghazi was apparently watching FOX “News” because the increased security was asked for Tripoli, not Benghazi.

Romney claimed President Obama flew to a fundraiser in Las Vegas on the day after the Benghazi attack. Was this on Earth-Two? Because Obama didn't go to any fundraiser that day. Clarifying, the President said, "The day after the attack, Governor, I stood in the Rose Garden, and I told the American people and the world that we are going to find out exactly what happened, that this was an act of terror." Romney squeaked, "Meep." Then made a little poop. Crowley said, "Sit, Mr. Fartybottom."

Romney insists the government doesn’t create jobs and says that when he gets the government job of being the President, he’ll create more jobs than Obama – on day #1. 

Romney believes he will be much better at creating jobs than Obama. He just never quite explains that they will be Chinese jobs

Romney blames assault weapons on single mothers. Fucking single mothers. I knew it!

At one point, Romney said gas will cost $3,000 under Obama. That’s OK because I have the last of the V8 Interceptors.

Aside from the complete right-wing fiction that Fast and Furious was an Obama administration conspiracy to sell guns to Mexican ganglords to kill Americans, why hasn’t Romney or any of the Republicans ever gone after Reagan for the Iran-Contra?

Romney is completely different from Bush because Romney hired all Bush administration people but not Bush himself. Duh.

Obama said, "You can't buy this sales pitch. Nobody who's looked at [the Romney tax plan] that's serious says it adds up." Romney proved to me beyond a shadow of a doubt that his tax plan does work when he said, “Of course they add up.”

After saying the Arizona immigration law should be the “model for the nation,” Romney now says he does NOT believe the Arizona immigration law should be the “model for the nation,” which is why the author of that bill, Kris Kobach is his immigration adviser.

To prove how good he is at business, Romney says he saved the failing 2002 Olympics – forgetting to mention the $1.3 billion of taxpayer money with which he did it.

Romney supports the Dream Act, which he will veto on day #1 right after he passes it, which is why he’s against it.

Single moms should be able to come to work late, after taking care of the kids all day. How else will they earn enough money to pay for the baby-sitter while they’re working for 23% less than men after Romney vetoes the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act? On day #1.

The questioner who asked about Energy Secretary Steven Chu working on reducing gas prices was wrong. But if you get your lack of information from FOX "News," it's not surprising. Hey, maybe I'm being too hard on FOX. Maybe the misinformation came from drug addict Rush Limbaugh this time, ay?

Romney believes Reagan did a much better job than Obama on growing the economy after a recession with his 50% tax rate.

Romney will “crack down on China” on day #1. I hope it doesn’t have an adverse effect on his investments in those 10 Chinese companies.

When Romney accuses Obama of “doubling the deficit,” he actually means, “The President finally added the cost of two wars to the budget, which Bush left off to make himself appear better fiscally responsible. In spite of that, he brought the deficit down by $200 billion from last year, totaling almost $300 billion less than when he took office.”

Romney supports the Blunt amendment, which allows employers to deny women contraception coverage, but believes “every woman deserves access to contraception.” And he will defund Planned Parenthood on day #1. I guess to help women gain access to contraception that they deserve?

Romney blames women job losses on Obama. Romney is a Republican and not good at math after all.

Romney kept talking like the recession began on the day Obama became President, starting every talking point with ‘since the day he took office.’ He conveniently ignores the start of the recession 15 months earlier. That’s like starting every conversation about Felix Baumgartner after the first four minutes and twenty seconds of the jump. “From the moment he pulled the ripcord, he was only like a mile and a half above the Earth, so I don’t see what the big deal is. Whatevs, dude.”

In conclusion, I would like to say Romney has promised to do way too many things on day #1 and President Obama should not be allowed to sit during debates anymore.

Thank you.

Good day.

(that's four more than the first debate)

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