It's a good one. I think his best moment comes at around the 2:15 mark...
[Romney's] vision of humanity is just a million tons of meat floating around in a sea of base calculations. He’s like a teenager who stays up all night thinking of a way to impress the prom queen, and what he comes up with is kicking a kid in a wheelchair. Instincts like those are probably what made him a great leveraged buyout specialist, but in a public figure? Man, is he a disaster. It’s really incredible theater, watching the Republicans talk themselves into this guy.-- Matt Taibbi
Thanks for posting this, Kbob!
Obama needs to keep the pressure on the REPIGs! Obama needs to pay a visit to Occupy Wall Street, or at least invite some of the members of the OWS General Assembly to come to the White House for a meeting. Obama has to continue to show the American voter that he is trying as hard as he can to get a jobs bill passed, and that he is on the side of the common American."Next week, I'm urging members of Congress to vote on putting hundreds of thousands of teachers back in the classroom, cops back on the streets and firefighters back on the job," he said, identifying the first piecemeal proposal he wants lawmakers to bring up. "And if they vote 'no'" on that, they'll have to tell you why."
2-to-1 margin. Hmmm, if you are sitting in an auditorium with all the seats filled, and you are opposed to the Obama jobs plan, the odds are the people sitting on either side of you favor the plan. 2-to-1 = 66% favor, 33% are opposed. That's 2-to-1!POLL SHOWS SUPPORT FOR OBAMA PLAN
A Wall Street Journal-NBC News poll this week showed the public, by a 2-to-1 margin, backed Obama's jobs plan through a mixture of stimulus spending and tax cuts. Democratic leaders propose financing it with a 5.7 percent surtax on millionaires.
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If the auditorium holds 1,000 people, 666 favor the plan while 334 are opposed to the plan.