Frequently Asked Campaign Questions, Part II

The demand for my first episode of “FACQ” was so immense, I thought I’d do a follow-up.

Q: “So what do you think about Mitt’s “Swiss Bank Account”?
A:  “Fascinating.  Are you better off than you were four years ago?”

Q: “Mitt made his money by short-selling America!”
A:  “Speaking of short-selling – how does the value of your house compare to four years ago?”

Q: “Is it moral that Mitt short-sold America?”
A:  “He didn’t – that’s a narrative repeated by people who don’t understand the term, intended for and repeated by others who also don’t have a clue.  Short-selling is a way of creating wealth out of the process of creative destruction.  It in turn creates more capital to create more jobs.  Speaking of jobs – are you better off than you were four year ago?

Q: “People don’t like Mitt Romney”
A:  “You know what people like less?  Being out of work.  Did you see last Friday’s jobs report?   Most of us are doing much worse than we were four years ago!”

Q: “Hahahaha!  Obamacare is constitutional!”
A:  “We’re working on it.  Now – are you better off than you were four years ago?”

Q: “Mitt’s wife rides a horse!”
A:  “I bet the horse is the only one who’s better off than he was four years ago.  Speaking of which – are you better off than you were four years ago?”

More as conditions warrant.

1 thought on “Frequently Asked Campaign Questions, Part II

  1. Romney has done quite well so far at staying on topic.
    Obama is not trying to show the difference between Romney and himself. He is trying to make the election about something other than the crappy state of the economy. The media will do what it can to help Obama make the election about something other than the crappy economy.

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