It's fascinating to watch Willard Romney self-destruct, although don't feel too gleeful; the one thing that could make him squeak through is overconfidence on our part. Besides, making sure President Obama wins isn't enough, anyway. It's not good enough to just get more votes than Republicans; it's time we obliterated them, politically speaking. It's time we stopped obsessing on individual Republicans, and start highlighting their positions on the issues, which are offensive, and hurt the country
If you haven't seen the videos, you should. You can probably skip the last 15 minutes, so it'll only cost you about 20 minutes of your life. And it'll be worth it. Watch them here. What you will see is a man who represents exactly what the current incarnation of the Republican Party truly believes to be true. Many will pretend not to believe that, but when Romney suggests that anyone who would vote for a Democrat is somehow dependent on government, he's not violating Republican orthodoxy, he's expressing it in its rawest form. The current incarnation of the GOP truly thinks that everyone who receives a government check for anything is completely dependent. Well, except for defense contractors. Oh, and oil companies.
If you doubted Republicans felt that way before, the video should make that clear now. And if the video doesn't convince you, then check out the new op-ed piece Willard penned for today's USA Today. The headline actually reads: