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Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Why We Should Welcome The Vicious Media Attacks

They always end up working in our favor.

You know how the press has been trashing Mitt Romney - round-the-clock - over his having caused the deaths of those four Americans in Libya (or something)?

President Obama’s small bounce in the polls following the Democratic National Convention has all but vanished in Tuesday’s Gallup daily tracking poll.

And ...

The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Tuesday shows Mitt Romney attracting support from 47% of voters nationwide, while President Obama earns 45% of the vote. Four percent (4%) prefer some other candidate, and three percent (3%) are undecided.

You'll note that these polls were conducted after all the attacks on Romney.

The more they go ape-shit, the better Romney does.

And now that he's being viciously criticized for having told the American people the truth about the moochers in this country who pay no taxes and are glad for it?  Now that they're savaging him because he's saying what everyone knows to be true about the Palestinians?

I see a landslide coming.

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My favorite (sub)headline of the day?

Uh-oh, Romney's lost the election again.


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My favorite quote comes from Michael Walsh:
Mitt Romney found himself in an unexpected place last night — in the public eye. He ought to make the most of it.

Milk-Carton Mitt’s surprise turn upon the stage — did you know he was running for president? — came courtesy of the currently unemployed James Earl Carter IV, son of James Earl Carter III and grandson of the ineffable James Earl Carter, Jr., and a big fan of Barack Hussein Obama II, who found and relayed a surreptitiously recorded video in which Romney sounded remarkably like . . . a real conservative.

He ought to own it.
He ought to shout it from the rooftop.