Friday, December 21, 2007

Romney's Delusions

History can be a bitch. Facts even worse.
I saw my father march with Martin Luther King. ~ Mitt Romney
A simple, declarative sentence. Totally bunk, never happened. It took researchers only a few days to discover that sentence was a lie. What I love is Mitt's reaction. Like a man totally driven by his ego, Mitt is refusing to admit the mistake. Instead, he is parsing the verb to see. Mitt claims that he "
figuratively" saw his father with King. It was what Mitt "saw" in his imagination, you see, but that doesn't make it any less real to him. And, hence, it should be just as real to us.

We have one Republican candidate for president (Huckabee) who claims he talks to an invisible spirit, another (Giuliani) whose delusions of grandeur are so deep he believes he did more work at Ground Zero than the rescue workers, and now a third (Mitt) who believes he saw things that never happened. And, these three are the leaders in the polls. It seems insanity is a mandatory qualification for the Republican nomination.


Anonymous said...

Doesn't matter. It seems certain all these guys will fail and McCain, who's been written off for months will end up as the Republican nominee. The "least worst" of them all. My prediction, anyway.

PoliShifter said...

That's rich, given that the mormon Church didn't change their official doctrine which discriminated against blacks until 1978. And they only did that when the Government threatened their tax exempt status.