Monday, January 9, 2012


Willard spent millions of dollars sliming and dirt-bombing his opponents in Iowa, especially Gingrich, en route to his massive, impressive 8-vote margin over "Frothy Mix" Santorum. The ads were sponsored by a pro-Romney Super PAC. In Sunday's debate, Gingrich confronted Mittens about this. Immediately, Willard lied through his teeth, and then almost immediately contradicted himself

"With regards to their ads, I haven't seen them," Romney said, after being implored by Gingrich to "calmly and directly" take some responsibility for spots that the former Speaker of the House alleged were "untrue." 

But moments later -- in the same response, in fact -- Romney made it clear that he hadn't told the entire truth.

"The ad I saw said that you'd been forced out of the speakership. That was correct," Romney said. 

After the debate, Romney spokesman Eric Fehrnstrom attempted to clarify that Romney "hasn't seen all of the super PAC ads, but there was one in particular that he saw which he described." 

I think Willard is now lying out of pure reflex. I mean, if you've spent your entire public life lying about every conceivable thing, it must just become second nature. Oh, the video of Mittens lying in the debate is in the link above. Feel free to engage in mockery and verbal abuse.

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