Skip to comments.Why doesn't Romney ask Obama what he meant about his Medvedev "flexibility" comment?
Posted on 10/15/2012 11:37:22 AM PDT by E. Pluribus Unum
It's obvious that Obama plans on selling out the US to Putin if he is reelected. This ought to be on the top of everybody's radar.
Don’t “ask” ANYTHING!
TELL the American People what Obama’s comment meant!
After the election, Obama will not be constrained in COMPROMISING AMERICAN SECURITY!!!
For that crack, The Won should have been impeached, removed from office, tried for treason, convicted, and hanged.
Instead, he may be reelected.
We would be safer with Alger Hiss and the Rosenbergs running our government than the current occupant of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
Romney raised this in his convention speech so I expect he will in this debate.
It’s essentially the same thing. You’ve seen one treasonous POS traitor....
you’ve seen them all.
Only difference is....Obama isn’t selling out HIS country here. I don’t believe that America is his country.
I was hoping Ryan was going to ask Biden if Obama told him what he meant.
NO. VERY BAD IDEA.
Why give Obama the opportunity to spin a lie to counter the flak he took for it, when we could just leave it as a cold, hard lump in the back of voters’ minds?
But if nobody remembers it, did it actually happen?
Very good. Then we can watch Obama twist in the wind to discredit the only valid rationale for Obama's comment. Any answer he might provide will be inescapably compared with the obvious truth and come up lacking.
the video only shows Obama saying he will be more flexible after the election,what you don’t see or hear him saying is that he is talking about our missile defense systems.
So you don’t have to ask him anything,just point out that is what he is talking about
If nobody remembers it, then you remind them of it by running ads with the clip included, not by throwing Obama a softball question that will allow him to “explain” what he “really meant” by it, thereby nullifying its impact.
Ask why the Russians aren’t renewing the nuclear weapons agreement?
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