Noting that George W went to Yale, and that, some years back, Harvard offered me a seven year scholarship, we know that just because The Rominee went Ivy League it doesn't mean he's smart. Slowly it's becoming pretty clear; and, really, we should consider it a welcome break from the lying. Example one:
PELLEY: Now, you made on your investments, personally, about twenty million dollars last year. And you paid fourteen percent in federal taxes. That's the capital gains rate. Is that fair to the guy who makes fifty thousand dollars and paid a higher rate than you did?
ROMNEY: It is a low rate. And one of the reasons why the capital gains tax rate is lower is because capital has already been taxed once at the corporate level, as high as thirty-five percent. . . .
And how about this, after his wife's plane made an emergency landing:
“I appreciate the fact that she is on the ground, safe and sound. And I don’t think she knows just how worried some of us were,” Romney said. “When you have a fire in an aircraft, there’s no place to go, exactly, there’s no — and you can’t find any oxygen from outside the aircraft to get in the aircraft, because the windows don’t open. I don’t know why they don’t do that. It’s a real problem."
Excellent point, Governor. First day in office, you should issue an executive order.
Yeah, sure, everyone misspeaks. The RWS™ and Frank Drackman would like you to believe our president thinks there are 57 states. But the above don't seem like slips of the tongue: more like run-of-the-mill dumbness. I suppose I could be wrong. Maybe he's just woefully misinformed about basic stuff. Stuff that fifth-graders know. But coattail college admissions don't concern themselves with I.Q. Not back in those days, anyway.
Finally, how about this: what sort of doofus shows up at a Latino event wearing brownface? Seriously. He did.