Post: 2012 Presidential Election
User: Qweeb
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Lol

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Im so engaged!

Original Post:
Video of Romney continuing to do what he does best: shoot himself in the foot with his own stupidity.



Or as Bloomberg puts it, Today, Mitt Romney Lost the Election -- "A secret recording from a closed-door Mitt Romney fundraiser, released today by David Corn at Mother Jones, has killed Mitt Romney's campaign for president."

It's especially hilarious given Among the Americans who paid no federal income taxes in 2011, 61 percent paid payroll taxes — which means they have jobs and, when you account for both sides of the payroll tax, they paid 15.3 percent of their income in taxes, which is higher than the 13.9 percent that Romney paid.

Reminder: Romney STILL has not released 10 years worth of tax returns, even though he asked his VP running mate to do so. Why would that be? Well, common wisdom STILL suggests it's because he's hiding something. Something he would be terribly embarrassed of, should it actually come to light. Of course, we'll still have idiotic conservatives defending his lack of transparency to the death "HE DUN GOT TO SHOW NOTHIN!1!1 WHERES DA SKOOL TRANSCRIPTS OBUMMAR11!!"

Meanwhile, in other Republican news, Rick Santorum Tells Audience “Smart People” Will Never Be On the Side of Conservatives. Fact Check: True.

Republicans get set for a two month vacation after creation ZERO jobs, which you should keep in mind considering we now know that Obama's jobs record is better than Bush's.

Also another funny observation: Mitt Romney — the world’s all-time “Pants on Fire” champion, a man who opened his campaign with a misleading edit of the president, a man who wrote a whole book and organized an entire convention around blatant falsehoods... – is suggesting that the president says “things that aren’t true.”

I'm actually pretty proud of my country right now. The fact that the Republican party is destroying itself and Mitt's campaign is crashing and burning is a pretty clear kick in stupid conservatives' teeth, saying that they're not going to be blinded by right-wing idiocy that pretends gay marriage and religion are the most improtant things facing our country. That single-issue voters who think those issues matter are the stupid minority, and there aren't enough of them to give this caricature of extremism the Republicans have become the support it needs to continue to survive in its current form. Kudos to you America, for kicking stupid right in its teeth