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Mitt, perhaps you should think about a new speechwriter? This isn’t quite “of the people, by the people, for the people” material … Thanks to Kathie C! move on
Let us turn to Mitt Romney for a compelling yet idiotic rhetorical question. Asked he (with brio): ”Or are we instead going to be a nation governed by the government?” (We think the answer is “yes.” But we could be wrong.)
Another fascinating moment from the still long-way-to-go presidential campaign: Jeopardy answer: ”Not the best thing to say if you’re Herman Cain and, as a presidential candidate, have already committed a few gaffes.” Question: “How do you say ‘delicious’ in … Continue reading
Note to Rick Perry: Gingko is supposed to help your memory. We speak, of course, of the moment in the Republican debates last night in which Perry, attempting (“attempting” is the key word here) to explain which three government agencies … Continue reading
Yet another moment of garbled history from a presidential candidate. This time, it’s Michele Bachmann who seems to think that John Quincy Adams was around quite a few years earlier than he was.
Greatly Stupid Moments in Presidential Campaign Debates (of what promises to be a long, long, campaign) Part 1: Republican Division
During the first Republican presidential debate, Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) comments on Don’t Ask Don’t Tell: “As commander in chief, I would want to consult with the commander in chief.”
from the Stupidest Excuses about the Stupidest Moments in Political Rhetoric, Garbled History Division
Student of American history Sarah Palin has explained (with superb clarity) that her comment last week about Paul Revere ringing bells and warning the British was not a mistake at all. Silly us. I didn’t mess up about Paul Revere. … Continue reading
Listen, my children, and you shall hear Sarah Palin on tour in Massachusetts, home to the earliest patriots, as in, remember him? Paul Revere: Apparently Ms. Palin doesn’t . . . “He who warned uh, the British that they weren’t … Continue reading
We kinda sorta thought that when one says something on say, national television, it means one has, well, said it. Boy, are we naive or what? Let us turn to one Newton “Newt” Gingrich who, on an interview with Fox News … Continue reading