September 1, 2012

Obama Mocks Romney, Says RNC Was A "Rerun" Fit For Black-and-White TV

America is stuck in The Twilight Zone.

President Obama is becoming more known for his one-liners than his vision for America and the world. On Saturday, he mocked his challenger by saying he's from the bygone era of black-and-white television.

Here is an excerpt from, "Obama: GOP Convention Was from Era of Black-and-White TV," by National Journal:
President Obama didn't think much of the Republican National Convention.

He told some 10,000 people Saturday at a rally in Urbandale, Iowa, that the agenda set out by nominee Mitt Romney and other speakers in Tampa was "better suited for the last century" more often than not.

"It was a rerun. We’d seen it before. You might as well have watched it on a black-and-white TV," Obama said, clearly enjoying himself. "If you didn’t DVR it, let me recap it for you. Everything is bad, it’s Obama’s fault, and Gov. Romney is the only one who knows the secret to creating jobs and growing the economy."
Obama is good at coming up with jabs, but where are his ideas for jobs?

It's easy to throw punches against your opponent when Don King is managing both fighters and you know you're going to win because the judges are bought and the audience is your mob.

Read, "40 Points That Prove That Barack Obama And Mitt Romney Are Essentially The Same Candidate."

In the left corner stands Obama, wearing blue trunks, and in the right corner is Romney, wearing red trunks. But it doesn't matter how many punches they throw at each other because at the end of the staged fight only the American people will be knocked out.