reply to post by muse7
Originally posted by muse7
After he got caught saying that he wasn't worried about 47% of Americans, he's now saying that his campaign is about 100% of America
This had me so puzzled yesterday... How can a person say one thing and the next day, just ignore everything he said, and say something completely
different and expect people to believe it
reply to post by MrWendal
I know what you mean about the spin. That's not what I'm confused about. It was clear he was saying he didn't have any hope of getting votes of
those 47%. However, he incorrectly claimed that those 47% were moochers, takers and users, and they were all going to vote for Obama. Like Oprah,
Warren Buffett, most of Hollywood, the majority of women, people like me who pay my fair share of taxes (No, really, Mitt - I pay my full, fair
share) and MILLIONS of others who support Obama, NOT because we are government sucks or victims, but because we agree with his positions on many
things, most of all, that we are all in this together, not each on our own.
Mitt doesn't pay his full, FAIR share of taxes. HE is the moocher!
The fact that Romney views all Obama supporters through the same disdainful lens as many unthinking ATS members do, shows his lack of critical
thinking skills and frankly, his willful ignorance.
THAT is the criticism I have. Not only that, like the OP said, if he has given up on getting the vote of the 47%, then why did he turn around and say
that he is running for the 100%? To get their vote!
It's a bald-faced lie. He's a schemer, a slime and will say ANYTHING to get what he
wants, which is to use the presidency for his own personal monetary gain.