Romney's Presidential Campaign.
The two most remembered moments of the 2012 presidential campaign
It is curious that the two most remembered or outstanding moments of the 2012 presidential campaign are one that exemplifies a negative quality for the winner of the Republican nomination, Mitt Romney and an almost heroic and positive quality for the candidate that lost,John Mc Cain.The forty-seven percent for Romney,and the taking the microphone away from the woman accusing Obama of being a Muslim for Mc Cain.
If you've got a business--you didn't build that!
President Obama stated in a speech that, and I quote :Somebody invested in roads and bridges. If you’ve got a business -- you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen. It is clear what he said here is that if you have a business and you make use of the roads and bridges you are benefiting from that infrastructure which you didn't build, what he is saying you didn't build is that infrastructure not your business he is not saying that you didn't build your business he is saying you did not build that road and that bridge.I'm sure Hannity, Limbaugh, the fox news crowd , and the bunch of corrupt republican operatives that are misrepresenting what the president really said know this , but think most people are too stupid to decipher their little word game.Are you ?
And then they go on to agree that everything he said is correct.
And after they trash him ,by taking out of context and misrepresenting what he said they all go on to express the same things he is saying in the speech, but thay say that what he is saying is so evident it doesn't make sense to say it,I think this republican presidential campaign may go down in history as a model of an incompetent campaign, it seems they can't get out of their own way,they're going to give poor Karl Rove an ulcer.
He had to defend Obama ,his adversary, from the crazies in his own party
A man of honor, not too many left in the republican party.
Senator John Mc Cain has an impressive life story,and is a true american hero,as well as a man who has devoted his life to serve his country.History will one day talk about his legacy,and many a street around the country will be named after him.I have more disagreements than what I agree on with senator Mc Cain, but I recognize that if we had more politicians like him the country would be in much better shape, no matter which party was in power,because the good of the country would be put ahead of defeating the political adversary.Him ,taking away the microphone from the woman that is saying Obama is an Arab,which should be translated as an enemy of america in the language of the tea party and the right wing extremists will go down in history as one of the most honorable gestures ever made by a political candidate for the presidency.Compare that posture to that of current republican presidential candidate Lame Romney who says nothing when a woman asking him a question says the president should be tried for treason.That is the state of the republican party today,ruled by crazy birthers,extreme right wingers,and a group of talking heads that are shrinking the once big tent party as they grow their audience and their bank accounts.