What a finely tuned, well-developed, tasteful, sophisticated sense of humor Willard M. Romney has. Why, who wouldn't find it difficult to stifle a giggle when discussing animal abuse, assault with a deadly weapon (scissors), bigotry, firings,and cutting programs for those in need?
And somehow, despite all those rib-ticklers, Mitt didn't remember some of his most notable "pranks"? And by "pranks" I mean vicious, sociopathic behavior.
He was eighteen years old-- not nine or ten-- when he attacked someone as they cried and screamed for help. Yeah, well, maybe that's exactly the kind of moment that slips a bully's mind, but not the bullied, ever, as I can personally attest. Ever.
Glad ol' Mitt got such a chuckle out of all those youthful indiscretions, they make him seem so "wild and crazy," so... "human." Just ask his equally crass supporters, including his
economic adviser wife.
How is it that Republicans find it so easy to slam six-year-old Barack Obama for eating dog meat that was fed to him, but find it so offensive when their own candidate is scrutinized for his adult mistreatment of his own dog and young-adult physical and emotional abuse of fellow classmates and a severely sight-challenged teacher?
And speaking of "severely"... the vetting has only just begun, but it's becoming quite clear that Romney is severely unqualified to hold office.
Family values my ass.