Bizarre DNC Rapid Response Video: Romney Was Too Mean to Mr. Spine of Steel

Posted by on Oct 04, 2012 at 11:30 am

This is how they respond to their Precious being eviscerated for the whole world to see?

Wait, hasn’t Joe Biden repeatedly been telling us Obama has a spine of steel? Man the f–k up, bitches.

11 Responses to “Bizarre DNC Rapid Response Video: Romney Was Too Mean to Mr. Spine of Steel”

  1. Max Entropy on 4/04/12 at 1:17 pm

    I want that guy on my side of the table.

    For the record, Obama spoke for five minutes longer than Romney but that’s all quantity, not quality.

  2. AndrewsDad on 4/04/12 at 1:38 pm

    That was a DNC ad? They spent money on that? The best they have is showing the opponent asking to let him explain while their guy is looking clueless?

    I am good with that.

  3. DJMoore on 4/04/12 at 1:45 pm

    Can someone please grab this before DNC realizes that this is, in fact, a Romney campaign ad and pulls it?

    Of course, the great thing is that it shows Romney completely dominating the media, personified by Lehrer.

    The 2008 campaign, the last four years, and now this campaign have never been about Obama. It’s been about the ability of the media to tell Americans what they should feel, think, and say.

    The media picked sides, and they are now faced with the gobsmacking realization that they’ve completely lost control.

    The worst thing for them? THEY THEMSELVES PICKED ROMNEY. He’s always been the Democrat/Media nominee for the Republican candidacy. His assigned role was to be their vision of a right-wing lunatic, which is to say, not quite as solidly, openly socialist as Obama.

    They’ve repeatedly, loudly, hammered on Romney for disenchanting the Republican base. They’re right, of course, but for the wrong reason: they think the Republican base is nothing more than slightly less committed Democrats, who simply need to be brought back into the fold.

    They were wrong. (So is the Republican leadership, but that’s another story.)

    When Romney wins, they’re going to try to undermine him as they did Bush.

    It won’t work. They’ve failed to offer the slightest peep of criticism of Obama, and now that he’s been shown up, they have no credibility. Even if they make honest amends, the change in tone will be too dramatic.

    Wave bye-bye, media shills!

  4. Phelps on 4/04/12 at 1:55 pm

    How much more time would Obama have gotten over his four minutes and change advantage if Romney HADN’T kept the debate honest?

  5. Blue Hen on 4/04/12 at 2:24 pm

    Good grief; they really are trying the dear leader cult. Must not dare disagree with the dear leader. Only servile worship can be permitted. So much for the reality based community.

  6. Stewed Hamm on 4/04/12 at 2:25 pm

    Hmmm. This ad doesn’t inform me about the most important issue regarding the debate: Did they let Obama be clear?

  7. Haiku Guy on 4/04/12 at 2:49 pm

    We should be glad that
    Obama avoids meetings
    With foreign leaders.

    He shows such weakness
    Canada wants to invade
    …When hockey’s over…

  8. chique d'afrique on 4/04/12 at 3:06 pm

    So they are reduced to whining about a debate in an actual ad? Bwahahahahahah!

    The only thing the ad did was make Lehrer look like a wuss.