Quote of the Day

“[A]t this moment, President Obama’s chances of being re-elected look stronger than they have in months.  The Romney campaign seems to be coming off the tracks with no clear vision for how to get back on.

“Romney’s panicky, premature excoriation of the Obama administration over violence in the Middle East — a response that was factually flawed and widely panned — only served to shake the fragile faith of those who might be holding their noses to support him.  ‘Anybody but Obama’ used to be an effective rallying cry.  Lately, it’s been more like ‘anybody but Mitt.’

“On a side note, it is a poetic twist of fate that a Republican candidate’s crude response to irrational violence resulting from an anti-Muslim video could boost a president who nearly a third of Republicans irrationally claim is Muslim.”

Charles Blow, “Advantage, Obama,” NYT

3 comments on “Quote of the Day

  1. Harris Jordan says:

    Poetic twist of fate, supreme irony or just plain music to my ears. I’ll take it.
    Go away Romney and take that superficial bleach blonde of a wife with you.

  2. Harris Jordan says:

    All music to my ears!

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