Willard, Willard, Willard.
How could such an incredibly phoney man ever be caught saying what he really thinks like this? Dude, as much as one may *want* the commons to eat cake, one must never be caught *saying* one wants them to eat cake.
Wait, do I have the right noun there? Is it cake Willard wants us to eat, or something else?
Man, dude's a nidiot.
"Romney is the most opaque presidential nominee since Nixon, and people have been reduced to guessing what his true feelings are. This video provides an answer: He feels that you're a loser."
-- Josh Barro in Today, Mitt Romney Lost the Election on bloomberg.com
And why would wingnuts be hugging this particular viper of a video to their breasts instead of running from it, screaming into the night?
"...the ones with the amplified voices on the right, unlike those on the left, ultimately do not care about electoral success. Limbaugh and Levin and Hannity don't want Republicans to gain power -- that's actually bad for the market. The market thrives when Democrats are in power. Now, most of them aren't deliberately trying to cause Republicans to lose, but certainly they do not feel at all invested in helping Republicans win."
-- David S. Bernstein in Movement-Conservative Marketplace At Work on Talking Politics
UPDATEST, SexyThickGOPer edition:
"...the now infamous Romney fundraiser was held in Boca Raton, Florida at the estate of hedge fund manager Marc Leder.
According to the New York Post, Leder throws a pretty mean party.
His “wild end-of-summer bash was the talk of the Hamptons this year,” the Post reported last December. “At the Bridgehampton home that Leder rented for a whopping $500,000 a month, guests cavorted nude in a pool and performed sex acts, while scantily clad Russian women danced on platforms. Dancers at the party also twirled flaming torches to booming beats.”"
-- Josh Marshall in And There's More! on TalkingPointsMemo
...aaaaaand, just to bring it full circle, Romneybot's a no-tax-payin' loser too, according to Romneybot. Some version of Romneybot anyways; not all software upgrades have been backwards-compatible.
Backwards, yes; compatible, no.
That said, apparently Thurston Howell McFiresPeople is gonna flail in public in response to tha vid, so that ought to fix things up, toot sweet, for sure.