via Byron York on twitter: Romney: Clinton elevated the Democrat Convention
Huh? In MTP excerpt, Romney says of Bill Clinton: ‘He really did elevate the Democrat convention in a lot of ways.’ ow.ly/dzfrl
— Byron York (@ByronYork) September 8, 2012
Dear God in Heaven give me strength!
Who in the world is Mitt Romney talking to here?
(Re: Clinton) “He did stand out in contrast with the other speakers; I think he really did elevate the Democrat convention in a lot of ways,” Romney said. “And, frankly, the contrast may not have been as attractive as Barack Obama might have preferred if he were choosing who’d go before him and who’d go after.”
Clinton was great!
You have got to be kidding me. Is this actually what Mitt said, and we are all going to watch tomorrow? Clinton elevated the convention? In a lot of ways? How? Bill Clinton is a serial womanizer, the only President to be impeached and disbarred for lying under oath, he tore you apart, Romney and Bush as well, and you think he elevated the place? Elevated from what? Middle earth to the gutter? Don’t you respect your position? Don’t you understand that praising Clinton won’t get you votes? Talk about the war on women! That man is one-man battalion in the war on women!
But hey, why don’t we praise him so we sound reasonable, not like those crazy right wingers who are trying to keep us from driving off the cliff.
Clinton was no centrist, he was a leftist and after HillaryCare was offered, the Republicans took control of the House and forced his hand.
The only difference between Obama and Clinton is that Clinton was too busy playing with interns and lost valuable time, but hey, Obama made up for it with two full years of full control, polarizing this nation to near perfect polarization and radicalizing the entire government, lock, stock and barrel.
But hey, let’s say nicey nice words about him.
Asked whether Clinton could be elected president today, Romney responded: “If the constitution weren’t in his way, yeah. Perhaps. But I don’t know the answer to that.”
Hey Jen, could Clinton be elected today?
If Clinton were on the ballot today, I would fight tooth and nail to defeat him, because he started the housing crisis with the Community Reinvestment Act, the IRS under his previous administration went after people because of their ideology, he was a serial womanizer, he added the Social Security fund to the general fund to give the illusion of a surplus which he never had, and the only President to be impeached and eventually held in contempt and disbarred for lying under oath to a grand jury. Other than that, the Constitution says he cannot serve more than two terms under the 22nd Amendment, but of course you knew that, right David?
How hard was that?
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