Mitt's New Campaign Slogan: Ask Me No Questions, And I'll Tell You No Lies.

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Romney's policy of late

Is to avoid the fourth estate.

He absolutely won't address

Interrogations from the press.

The networks plead  for interviews

About what's trending  in the news;

Why FEMA  should, he says, go south,

And other nonsense from his mouth.

But Mitt is adamant and so

He tells the media where to go.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Obviously, you borrowed that headline from the official Obama policy on Benghazi.

  • In reply to BigWay:

    No, I got it from Oliver Goldsmith, good friend of Dr. Samuel Johnson.

  • I think he'll tell lies regardless of being asked. At least we don't have to see his TV commercials.

  • Who is it that avoids the vaunted fourth estate? I don't count Pimp with a Limp and the View; don't know about you.

    I thought for a moment you were talking about the media, such as the White House Press Corps, and how they would love to have be able to have a real presser, where Obama actually is asked questions.

    But no.

    It's all about your Rhomephobia.

    Please, sir, and you too, Jack, outline specifically what Obama plans to do in his second term. Specifics. Hello?

    Crickets. Just crickets.

  • In reply to Richard Davis:

    Why don't you tell us what Romney intends to do, except give himself a tax cut?

    As I have already voted, you can't influence me, anyway.

  • In reply to Richard Davis:

    He will create 12 million new jobs, work on energy independence, improve education, fine-tune his national health plan, and appoint several new Supreme Court judges too. Eat your heart out, my good friend.

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