Skip to comments.Game on: Obama-Romney video mashup [VIDEO]
Posted on 04/04/2012 9:35:57 PM PDT by Nachum
Claws came out this week during nearly back-to-back speeches from President Barack Obama and Republican presidential front-runner Mitt Romney.
The two spoke on Tuesday and Wednesday during a meeting of the American Society of Newspaper Editors, and from the sound of it, youd think they were the only two candidates left in the race.
Obama and Romney gave the news media a taste of the talking points that could fill ads, news coverage, op-eds and talk-show airtime during the fall election season.
The president criticized Romneys support of Wisconsin Republican Rep Paul Ryans budget proposal, saying the GOP is too extreme and has shifted too far to the right.
Romney, fresh from a three-contest primary sweep Tuesday, hit back saying he would end Obamacare and cut unnecessary spending.
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.... And a good time was had by all.
Look at the differences. Romney, smacks his lips..
Obama doesn't wink.
“The two spoke on Tuesday and Wednesday during a meeting of the American Society of Newspaper Editors, and from the sound of it, youd think they were the only two candidates left in the race.”
That’s exactly how Scott Pelley and the the CBS Wednesday Evening News framed it. The clip they played of Romney was not flattering. He walked out looking stiff, literally, stuttered some, and just looked uncomfortable and he spoke awkwardly. His criticism of Obama was just weak-sounding.
Another clever, gingerly attempted FR-destined incremental "Romney is the Nominee--Get Behind Him" RINO propaganda narrative.
The only way a mashup would work with these two is that in the end, they end up at the conclusion as "one person" seeing as there is not a great deal of difference here we are talking about.
The One thinks he has go to this to prevail.
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