On the One Mitt, But On the Other Mitt
Mitt Romney (R-Money) presents a problem. The problem with trying to define the vast savanna of Mitt Romney's lies is that there are so many of them.
RMoney's lies are of such a rich and ever varying complexity that they are almost overwhelming--and they are spread over so many years, that tracking them is heavy work indeed.
So we're gonna' need all your help, and our plan follows after the fleur de Kos:
BTW, this diary and future ones on the same tack will refer to Mitt only as RMoney--(as in "It's Our Money, Not Yours).
Anyway RMoney's lies therefore require a different approach:
So here's what I propose.
1. Find one wonderful RMoney lie. A real whopper. One you'd be proud to mount and place over your fireplace.
2. Find at least four prominent permutations of it.
3. Make sure that the sources for the lie are accurate, respected and widely available. Include your links.
4. Share it with this diary, so we can all use it as a public archive which we will title, as mentioned above:
"On the One Mitt, but On the Other Mitt
So crank up your research skills and crack open your favorite RMoney lie and, who knows, you, too, could be a star!
What a challenge! So many lies, so little time.
If we get thirty submissions, we'll pick a winner and four runners-up and the winning selections will also be enshrined in perpetuity on
This page is not up yet at ZFacts, but the hundreds of ZFacts graphs and charts are already publicly available to augment your arguments with your non-numerically challenged conservative friends. (You're free to use them, with attribution to ZFacts.com, in your blogs, emails and campaigns.) It's a treasure trove of real world economic analysis that all points toward how much better Democrats are for the economy and the environment. Here's a great single page of graphs and explanation that will be sure to confound and enrage your Tea Party friends.