Romney’s fatal indecision (iii); Romney! Develop ONE lie, and stick with it!

Let us pass in review. Romney’s line about YouTube was first to oppose the format. He didn’t like the snowman.

“I think the presidency ought to be held at a higher level than having to answer questions from a snowman,” Romney told The Manchester Union Leader, quoted here from the NYDailynews.com.

Then Madden, Romney’s unattractive ventriloquist dummy, insisted that Romney was not opposed to the format. See:

Romney’s Madden flatly contradicts himself on YouTube debate issue

Now the problem is no longer format or scheduling; now the problem is permissiveness, predators, pornography, and Romney’s strange inability to draw distinctions between or among various new media, as reported by the estimable Rick Pearson writing for The Swamp (Chicago Tribune).

“YouTube is a website that allows kids to network with one another and make friends and contact each other,” Romney explained. “YouTube looked to see if they had any convicted sex offenders on their web site. They had 29,000.”

Actually, YouTube is the popular site that allows Internet users to upload and watch a variety of videos. The web site, which is owned by search-engine behemoth Google, also was a co-sponsor of the Democratic presidential debate held on Monday night.

The web site MySpace is the one to which Romney actually was referring. MySpace, owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp., said this week it had found 29,000 registered sex offenders who had submitted profiles to its site and removed them … more

How many lines has Romney offered now? How many have been immediately discredited? Answer: all of them.

And Willard Milton calls his father George confused and indecisive!?

yours &c.
dr. g.d.

P.S. Romney cannot even decide on a line to explain his indecision! See: Romney tests different alibis for his flip-flopping
P.P.S. Oh, but by all means, make this man our president!

 

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