“This president’s misguided policies have seem muddled, confused and simply ineffective,” said Romney, speaking at the minority-run Production Products, a military contractor that manufactures shelters to shield from chemical and biological attacks, among others.
“When you look around at America’s economy, three-and-a-half years into this presidency, it’s painfully obvious that this inexperienced president with no experience as a leader was simply not up to the task of solving a great economic crisis,” said Romney. “This is not just a failure of policy; it is a moral failure of tragic proportion. Our government has a moral commitment to help every American help himself. And that commitment has been broken.”
“I will not be that president of doubt and deception,” said Romney. “I will lead us to a better place.’
It's safe to say that just about everything that comes out of Mitt Romney's mouth is a lie. If this man had Pinocchio's nose, it would have traversed the entire globe by now. The tip end is currently hurling along a crash course towards the man's own asshole. Nevertheless, a large swath of Americans are prone to inhaling this hot air with generous gulps, so it's dangerous to sit by and believe that your fellow Americans will see through this BS. Chances are, they won't.
The lovely Angry Black Lady breaks down Romney's latest ploy of deceptive politics with cold, hard facts:
The GOP is doing all it can to bring about economic and social ruin. It's like a contractor who takes a sledgehammer to your roof and when it starts pouring rain, points at the holes he's made and says "There!! That's why you need me to patch this mess up!" The GOP is doing the same thing to education, healthcare, Social Security and other government programs, under the assumption that people will vote in the very folks who were busy destroying these programs (and the jobs and benefits they provide) to save them.
The GOP also has a pathological tendency to project their own failures onto the president, in hopes that if people start believing this "big lie," they'll either grow disenchanted with the president and not vote or start voting Republican. Mitt Romney is simply capitalizing on the GOP's rampant projection of failure and obstruction. He has to, otherwise people will realize there are no other redeeming qualities that make him worthy of the presidency.
Speaking of moral failures, Mittens should ask himself why he faked his way into being in uniform, yet avoided a chance to wear it for real.