An "astonished," self-indulgent (and "unhinged") Willard M. Romney was whining on CBS, once again feeling sorry for himself, being completely out of touch, in another universe entirely, lying, and generally looking foolish. Or as I like to call it, business as usual.
"The president's campaign has put out a campaign that's talking about me and attacking me."
1. Um, that's what political campaigns, do, Willard. Even yours.
And then he actually had the nerve to say, "Nobody was talking about deregulating Wall Street." Really Mitt? Think Progress:
But Romney, on many occasions, has called for the repeal of the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial reform law, the first significant reform of the nation’s financial system since the Great Depression. In it’s place, all Romney’s economic plan calls for is a “streamlined regulatory framework.” ...
Meanwhile, the House Republican budget written by Romney’s running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI), dismantles key parts of the Dodd-Frank law.
Seriously, Team Romney, you make exposing your hypocrisy and lies way too easy.