Romnesia [Rom-nee-zhuh] Noun – a condition affecting Mitt Romney, who has shifted his positions from “severely conservative” to “severely kidding” – conveniently forgetting the conservative promises he’s made over the past six years that he’s been running for president.
On Wednesday night, Mitt Romney didn’t tell the American people the truth. He didn’t tell the truth about his $5 trillion tax cut weighted toward the wealthy. He didn’t tell the truth about his plan for Americans with pre-existing conditions. And he didn’t tell the truth about his plan and the President’s plan for Medicare.
Governor Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama met in Denver, CO for the first of three Presidential Debates. Romney was aggressive and sure of himself during his performance, while Obama was calm, reserved, and deliberate in his. Romney needed a game changing performance last night, and that didn’t happen.
Over the past week Mitt Romney’s campaign advisers have been trying to dampen expectations for their candidates performance during tonight’s first Presidential Debate. On the whole they’re probably right to take this approach. While Romney has participated in dozens of primary debates, he has yet to face President Obama.