Colbert on Romney (Meet the Press, Video)

Comedian Stephen Colbert appeared on “Meet the Press” on Sunday to assess GOP standard bearer Mitt Romney: “A shambling mound of weakness” until the debate; “I didn’t know what I was going to do for the next month” as a satirist of right wing politics.

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  1. Am I the only one that thinks Barak Obama made points in the first debate and Jim Lehrer was a good moderator? Romney was too much – irritating.

    Romney portrayed himself as the champion of small business, but his record for job creation, and other economic indicators, was poor when he was Governor of Massachusetts.

    He’ll support big corporations, rich hedge funds, Big Oil and Big Coal. He’ll drill for oil everywhere.

    And we all know what happened when the American auto industry was in trouble. Romney’s solution, let them fail.

  2. The money line, really, is at the tale end, when C opines, that if there isn’t any real difference between the governance of O or R, then the election is all “part of a huge, cruel, joke.”

    Bush proved that a modern President really can make a difference. And as a note of optimism that would be supported Romney’s apparent (?) insincerity with serving his Right Wing base.

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