Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Romney made absolutely no gaffes in last night's debate. The President, however, made quite a few.


For starters, those ships Obama doesn't want to build are built in the swing state of Virginia and we still use bayonets.
Obama's biggest gaffe, though, was his utterly bizarre comments about how there will be no "sequester" and how he had nothing to do with it. Both assertions are simply not true. He signed the sequester into law and it is law.

D.C. caught off guard by Obama sequester vow - Philip Ewing/Politico

"It is a nice line, but for more than a year the president hasn't lifted a finger to avert the crisis,” said House Armed Services Committee Chairman Rep. Buck McKeon (R-Calif.) “Instead, his policies and positions have increased uncertainty for our troops and the men and women who support them. The effects of sequestration can already be felt. Jobs have already been lost. The president and his party in the Senate have failed to offer even a single real solution that could resolve sequestration. If the president is determined that these cuts won't happen, why has he drug it out this long?”