Well, this ad really nails Romney!
What a great lead in! This is true, of course, or Newt wouldn't put it out!
Huckabee: "If a man is dishonest to obtain a job, he'll be dishonest on the job."
Oops, there goes my "truth in advertising" earpiece: You mean Huckabee didn't give permission to quote him plus he did not use Romney's name in it!
Naughty, naughty, Newtie!
Oh, well, I'm sure the rest will be right, for no candidate can be that stupid to think he can get away with not using facts. (Oops, he did successfully create a negative image with an absolutely untrue ad.) [See the dialogue in King Of Bain mini-movie discussion.]
"What kind of man would distort and deceive just to win an election?"
Is the answer Newt Gingrich?
Oh, he says it's Mitt, so he must now have the proof!
"Romney has said he always voted Republican when he had the opportunity, but in 1992 he voted for Paul Tsongas." (Liar, liar, pants on fire, Mitt!)
Oops, my earpiece tells me Newt is being deceptive. It seems that Mitt was doing a common strategy in campaigns, where he only voted in a primary on the Democratic side to add to the votes for a Democratic candidate who is more likely to lose in the election. He voted for Bush in the actual election.
So, the question is "what kind of man would distort and deceive just to win an election?
I guess Newt is included in that.
Wait a minute, this ad has to have some substance or truth.
Oh, when Newt accused Romney of profiting on the foreclosures by having invested in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, Mitt referred to his having his money in a "blind trust". Well, apparently, naughty, naughty he had some bonds in an IRA - not in stock. Newt is saying Romney lied, but did he? The fact: he did not have stock in either of them.
Tricky Newty is twisting again. My BS meter is flipping out of control.
Well, Romney lied about seeing the ad, as it said he approved it.
Oops, my earpiece tells me that a number of experts say that candidates typically don't actually get to see them all and/or they are not likely to remember them all, because they are so busy.
Well, I guess we shouldn't be idiotic enough to think we can see into someone else's brain.
Yikes! This ad doesn't have anything else to it.
My BS meter is going crazy. I think I am going to have a heart attack! And it's all the fault of Newt.
I've been killed by a Newtron Bomb!
In the next show:
Oh, that clever Newtie! He was doing a deflecting from the question of whether he called Spanish a ghetto language. It seemed, at the very least that it is reasonable to interpret this as including Spanish:
Here's a video of his talk: " We should replace bilingual education with immersion in English so that people learn the common language of the country. So they learn the language of prosperity, not the language of the ghetto."
Oops, it looks like it was a good move to do another NewtDeflection, so that people would not focus on his actual facts.
He is undoubtedly a master at his. Kudos, Newt!
Now maybe we can get on to actual histories and abilities and who would be a better President - or is that irrelevant?