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With Mitt Romney’s campaign in tatters and with Paul Ryan showing himself to be little more than a lying little twit unwilling to defend his own policies, here is the next guy whose supposed to represent the best and brightest hope for Republicans in 2016 and beyond.
On ABC News’s This Week this morning, host George Stephanopoulos played an Obama campaign ad where the President says that Romney believes in “even bigger tax cuts for the wealthy.” New Jersey Governor and Romney surrogate Chris Christie (R) responded by falsely accusing President Obama of lying:
CHRISTIE: Stop lying Mr. President.
CHRISTIE: Yeah . . . Gov. Romney’s not talking about more tax cuts for the wealthy. In fact, what he said is that the wealthy will pay just as much under a Romney administration as they pay today.
Is there a single Republican out there who does not come across as an imbecile? And is there no lie too big or too blatant for these jokers to spout at every opportunity? Romney’s plan is for an across-the-board 20 percent cut in marginal tax rates and studies have shown that no matter how many loopholes he closes in the tax code, it is mathematically impossible to make his tax cuts revenue neutral. Christie knows this and he knows that the informed know this but it doesn’t stop him from going on national television and calling the President a liar for stating the truth.
Stick an apple in this pig’s mouth and call him done.