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Obama hits Romney on 47% while Republicans flee

Mopvyzo 2012/09/21 17:24:39
Sept 20, 2012
On the fourth day of Mitt Romney's 47% comment controversy, Republicans continued to distance themselves from Romney, while President Obama stayed on the offensive. The Huffington Post's Howard Fineman joins Ed Schultz to analyze the damage done to the Romney campaign.


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  • luvguins 2012/09/21 18:13:13
    luvguins
    +5
    When you own party members and conservative pundits run from you it is not a good sign with so little time until 11/6, and the polls are breaking further higher for the president daily.

    The 2011 tax return he released today is incomplete and tells us nothing about where his millions are invested.

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  • concerned 2012/09/22 05:32:12
    concerned
    +1
    We just must forget that they are still republicans ... and vote their buts out of office... starting with Scott Brown ...
  • Joel 2012/09/22 05:27:19
    Joel
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    Mitt Romney is only the last man standing in a very weak field of 2012 GOP candidates. The 2016 Republican players are now putting distance between themselves and the Mittastrophe unfolding before our eyes.
  • Mike 2012/09/21 20:55:52
  • Beccy 2012/09/21 19:11:52
    Beccy
    +2
    His daddy ran for President also but had to drop out for foot in mouth disease also
  • mich52 2012/09/21 18:35:12
  • Pepper 2012/09/21 18:19:49
    Pepper
    +2
    Naturally Karl Rove would say someting like that, look out for him to come up with something extremely dirty to throw in the mix, He is a SOB, and plays very dirty, who has no rules. Romney flip flops back & forth. I have stated before, 'how can you tell Romney & Ryan are lying, their lips are moving.
  • Beccy Pepper 2012/09/21 19:13:26
    Beccy
    Look for the computers to steal the election.
  • luvguins 2012/09/21 18:13:13
    luvguins
    +5
    When you own party members and conservative pundits run from you it is not a good sign with so little time until 11/6, and the polls are breaking further higher for the president daily.

    The 2011 tax return he released today is incomplete and tells us nothing about where his millions are invested.
  • Starman 2012/09/21 18:11:55
    Starman
    +2
    Wow, which Romney to believe? Apparently Carl Rove has given up on both of them. American Crossroads (Rove's pac) ads were all over the airwaves here in Colorado. They have suddenly disappeared.
  • dan 2012/09/21 17:58:03
    dan
    Much ado about nothing, liberals are grasping. Since Obama can't run on his record or what he's going to do his next term (notice at the convention he didn't say anything about what he's going to do) the media is stirring things up. What he said is 100% true and I don't believe anyone that was actually going to vote for him is going to now vote for Obama. Entitlement in this country is out of control!
  • Beccy dan 2012/09/21 19:15:12
    Beccy
    So is unemployment and if you don't have a job you can't eat. People with jobs are struggling.
  • dan Beccy 2012/09/24 17:21:21
    dan
    Exactly why we need change. Obama believe things are built from a bottom up model (he said it this weekend), so we are all in trouble if he wins.
  • Beccy dan 2012/09/25 00:05:02
    Beccy
    But i people have no money they can't buy things, Tinkle down does not work
  • dan Beccy 2012/09/27 16:46:25
    dan
    Well tinkle up dosen't work try it!
  • Beccy dan 2012/09/27 21:49:04
    Beccy
    The system is totally broken nothing works
  • BK 2012/09/21 17:50:11
    BK
    +4
    Romney still doesn't get that he can't just say to whatever the particular group he is addressing what they want to hear without it getting out that he just said the exact opposite to another group. I'm sure if his tax returns are leaked and show all that money he made in China from sending jobs there he will really have "some splaining to do."
  • The Sifu BK 2012/09/21 18:06:40
    The Sifu
    +1
    "Romney still doesn't get that he can't just say to whatever the particular group he is addressing what they want to hear without it getting out that he just said the exact opposite to another group." All politicians do that. Obama's big one was when he told people in a conservative part of PA that he wasn't going after their guns or Bibles. then, in SF a week or so later, he mocked the people in PA for wanting to keep their guns and Bibles.

    As for "I'm sure if his tax returns are leaked and show all that money he made in China from sending jobs there he will really have "some splaining to do." That statement is so beyond naive that it's absurd. Take an economics class, but not from agenda-driven liberals teaching at colleges that are also liberals hotbeds of misinformation; which, is about 90% of them now.
  • Keeping It Real 2012/09/21 17:37:20
    Keeping It Real
    +4
    Ed assessment is on point but what I found hilarious when watching Reverse Robinhood speak at the event is, the fake tan he was wearing. If you check out his ear, they're white as snow. My point on that matter, is how phony can you be to really think painting your face darker would be the solution to connecting.
  • ehrhornp Keeping... 2012/09/21 17:43:08
    ehrhornp
    +3
    Worked for the republican speaker of the House. lol He looked like a pumpkin for a while. lol

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