Oh Paul... Say it ain't so! Please Paul your credibility is at stake big time. If you lied so blatantly as the Detroit News would have us believe about the GM plant, well, is that stuff about your Mom and kids and wife and Janesville all for real. Are you for real?
Yeah, ok, your tie was weak. So pale, it blended in with your nice shirt. Is that stuff from Costco, by the way? The widow's peak looked great with your toned down, yet quite nice, tonsorial look. Ann R made it hard for anyone to "hit it out of the park" again, but you were good overall. Yea, the close was rushed and the beginning of your speech was froggy-tense, but your cadence in the middle was on the money.
Oh, gotta give props to Condi. Man, she is a hitter for you and Mitt-o. You need to engage her more, especially since she has antidotal Obama power. Smart, articulate, foreign policy savvy and of color... yabba-dabba. Plus, she looked healthy and telegenic. Offer her a deal she can't refuse. But back to you, Paul.
No doubt, you are the brains of your team. PObama has Joe and you, well, have Romney. Mitt is way more hair potent than the weak plugged Biden, so the Reds win big there. Both of them, however, talk loose. Forget them, it's you against PObama, brain wise. Do not underestimate your adversary. He can talk as well as you, maybe better. With this in mind, yap facts need to be veramente! Getting caught in bold faced lies, well, enough said.
When you spun the Janesville WI tale last night, you tugged heart strings. My, listeners felt the pain of your high school buddies losing their jobs at the GM plant closure. You made us think that Barack had promised that the plant would be kept open for another hundred years. But it was locked up, dead, within a year of Barack's bold, but hollow, promises. Of course, you underscored it was a failure of Barack's economic policies, which led to the shut down.
Damn, you were good... Then this pablum from the Detroit News from August 16 re-entered the net. Trouble is that you re-told that same story last night!
Washington - Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan inaccurately said Thursday that President Barack Obama "broke his promise" by failing to keep a General Motors plant open that closed in 2008 - before the Democrat took office.
Ryan, the House Budget committee chairman, recounted the decision by GM to shutter the Janesville Assembly plant in his hometown in June 2008. The last SUV rolled off the line in December 2008.
"I remember President Obama visiting it when he was first running, saying he'll keep that plant open," Ryan said at a campaign stop in Ohio Thursday, recounting the fact that his high school friends worked at the GM assembly plant. "One more broken promise. We used to build Tahoes and Suburbans. One of the reasons that plant got shut down was $4 gasoline. You see, this costs jobs. The president's terrible energy policies are costing us jobs."
In fact, Obama made no such promise and the plant halted production in December 2008, when President George W. Bush was in office.
GM cited the low demand for SUVs and high gas prices during the Bush administration as the reason for closing the plant, but Obama hadn't taken office.
Obama did speak at the plant in February 2008, and suggested that a government partnership with automakers could keep the plant open, but made no promises as Ryan suggested.
"I believe if our government is there to support you, and give you the assistance you need to re-tool and make this transition, that this plant will be here for another hundred years," Obama said.
From The Detroit News: http://www.detroitnews.com/article/20120816/AUTO0103/208160480#ixzz251H0x6ay
Tells us that David Shepardson is wrong, that he mis-reported, that he got his facts Palined, tell us... tell us please! This is so disheartening, cuz, if you messed this up... if you lied... your credibility is gone. Set this straight!
Oh well, the political process is painful and nasty. Like lawyering. Hey, you're a lawyer and so is PObama and Biden. Mitt is Ann Romney. But lying crosses the line, even for lawyers. Stretching, massaging and blending the truth is fine, but a line is a line. Paul, set us straight... Paul, go talk to Ann.