It seems Willard Romney simply is incapable of telling the truth. I only say that because this is the second debate out of two in which there were too many lies to fit comfortably into a single blog post. He's not worthy of a book, so I'm cherry-picking lies the way he cherry-picks his data.
And what is it about "my plan"? He talks about his "plan," as if he actually has one. If there's a plan, where are the details, Willard? We have never elected a president who promised "secret plans," because not all of us were born yesterday. Romney sounds like those informercial hucksters who hawk "programs" showing you how to make millions off real estate. If they're so damned good at it, why are they making money selling books and CDs? If Romney's so great at business, why is he running for president. Oh, wait... It's because he can make $21.7 million in one year from a company he claims not to even own. Why work, right?
Okay, back to the lies. Among the more significant lies in the second debate are: