Do you have a case of Romnesia?

Do you know the symptoms of Romnesia? President Obama outlines the symptoms and the cure. Share your thoughts.

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  •  On October 20, 2012 at 1:15 am

    It sounds VERY factual to me!!!

  • toosharp  On October 20, 2012 at 4:21 am

    Not sure it’ll win him the election but I have to say it’s kinda catchy. (I mean the word the disorder)

  • Bill  On October 22, 2012 at 11:14 pm

    I’m starting to believe that the president is preparing to transition to his next career doing standup comedy. Considering all of the serious issues that are plaguing the country, the president now resorts to a comedy routine for his stump speeches. From jokes about Big Bird and birth control to creating risible neologisms about Romney’s platform the president will accumulate considerably more experience for a role in standup comedy than he had in preparation for his presidency. However, in fairness to him, he can hardly be expected to talk about the serious issues and his failure to assuage them during his first term.

    Considering his frequent appearances on the late night talk/comedy shows, I think these auditions will put him in a really position to start working immediately after his term ends. I suspect that he’ll be far more successful if that turns out to be his new chosen career.

  • elogam  On October 24, 2012 at 12:53 am

    it’s unfortunate that the president is not equally creative at finding ways to lower the deficit, encourage job growth, and broker bipartisan solutions to the serious problems this country has. He was a regular RIOT on the debate last night, what with his comments about the 80’s wanting their foreign policy back and the crack about horses and bayonets. Sarcasm is unbecoming of a Chief Executive in a public debate.Fortunately for him, this was his last debate EVER, regardless of the outcome of the election.

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