Mitt Romney, ¿el gran comunicador?, stuck his foot in his mouth, quoting Castro in front of Cubans. Unfortunately for him, someone recorded it. Fortunately for Romney, they pulled it down:

Now, I wouldn’t normally make a fuss of this. But the Romney campaign has done this before. It started with Brian Camenker, who they attacked. For a while they pulled the attack down, but then put it back up, but removed all the links on their website. (This is now how they do personal attacks. They just pass the URL around)

Then, later, the Romney campaign circulated dishonestly edited video of John McCain talking about abortion.

There’s a pattern here, and it has to do with how these guys handle truth…



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