"They've been very aggressive in their attacks both on a personal basis and on a policy basis," Romney said. "I think as time goes on, people will realize that those attacks are not accurate and we'll be able to have a choice which is based upon each other’s accurate views for the country."
Later asked if he could win the upcoming October 3rd debate against President Obama, Romney returned to this vein, choosing not to answer the question directly, but to say that at least after the debates he could stop the president from trying to "fool people" into believing untrue things about him and his policy positions. NBC
Mitt just sounds like an idiot now, so much so that I'm beginning to feel bad for him.
Romney confuses everyone. One of his biggest mistakes was underestimating Obama (all of Obama's opponents do) and thinking his businessman credentials earned him a free ticket to the White House:
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