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Watching that debate, I just had the impression that the guy was having trouble keeping all his lies properly arranged.

He lies in all directions, all at once, expecting people to be incapable of keeping up.  Unfortunately for him, he lives in the information age.  So, as he Deathblossoms lies, shooting them in all directions, more than a few of them come right back to hit him.

Read the transcripts folks.  Work the Primary sources.  The key to breaking Mitt Romney's fast-talking hold on people is going back to the facts and confronting people with the level of distortion he's hit them with to make them feel warm and glowy.

Special bonus:  Mitt Romney talked about a capital gains/carried interest tax cut.  You know thats the exact kind of low taxes that lets him pay less taxes than his secretary?  After all this talk about not lowering taxes for the rich, he names the one tax cut he would do, that would likely help the millionaires and billionaires more than anybody else.  That's how much of a fucking liar he is, that's how reckless of a liar he is.

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