Monday, October 29, 2012

Mittsania: How to Keep Lying Even When You’re Caught, Romney-style

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October 29, 2012

Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney is running with what he has to know is a lie — and if he doesn’t, then we should question that also. With Romney’s new ad out in Ohio stating, “Who will do more for the auto industry? Not Barack Obama” the candidate conveniently ‘forgets’ that this is  – and has been for some time — the age of the Internet.

Romney’s recent lies, which were made to enhance his momentum in Ohio, have been bashed by the Internet and media. Still yet, if a lie is repeated often enough, the Romney campaign is well aware that eventually it will be taken as fact.

In Romney’s words:

After being called out on this blatant lie, a spokesman for the candidate declined to answer questions about the  incorrect reading of a news report that Chrysler was considering moving all Jeep production to China.

And yet, the Romney-Ryan campaign feigns to be harmed by President Obama’s supposed ‘attacks’ on the duo’s campaign. If calling out lies is hurting them, then too bad.

Detroit Free Press reports:

Romney’s comments came late Thursday in Defiance, Ohio, just hours after the Free Press reported that 1,100 new Chrysler workers will help boost production of the Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge Durango SUVs in Detroit beginning next week.

As reported here by Julie Driscoll, Romney doesn’t lie like a  politician; he lies like a Sociopath.

“In fact, Chrysler is investing $500 million at its Toledo North Assembly Plant and plans to add 1,105 new workers by the third quarter of 2013 to build an all-new SUV that will replace the Jeep Liberty.”

Romney opposed providing government loans to the car companies, whereas President Obama helped them. That’s a fact.

Vote Wisely.