Recognizing Romney's failures to be honest with Americans, The Washington Post endorsed President Obama for re-election saying this about Mitt: "The sad answer is there is no way to know what Mr. Romney really believes. He promised tax cuts that would blow a much bigger hole in the federal budget while worsening economic inequality. His claims that he could avoid those negative effects, which defy math and
which he refuses to back up with actual proposals, are more insulting than reassuring."
Now with endorsements from The New York Times, Colin Powell, The Economist, Mayor Bloomberg, the Bureau of Labor Statistics Reports and Ohio newspapers unanimously attacking Romney for his desperate and dishonest Jeep ads, the Romney folks are wallowing in their own lies. According to ALL legitimate polls, President Obama leads in virtually all swing states. Although the race will be close, Romney seems to be lagging in his rhetoric. His closing argument? He claims the Economy is "stagnant" and he alone can reach "across the aisle" and work in a bi-partisan manner. That's it? That's the culminating argument to support him? Sorry Mitt, who are you kidding?
With the release of the CIA Benghazi attack time-line, Republicans can no longer claim the Obama White House ordered security forces "stand down" when the consulate was attacked. No one "stood down!" But isn't it a bit curious that we had to disclose the location of CIA security forces in order to appease the "Chicken Little" calls of "Cover-up" from the Right Wing loud mouth politicians and talk show pundits (with Fox News giving them their platform)! How does this jive with Mitt Romney's initial efforts to politicize the Benghazi tragedy? How does this jive with his surrogates efforts to do the same? Sorry Mitt, who are you kidding?