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“The place you put your money is a pretty good indication of where your heart is.”


It is, Governor Romney. Shall we have a look at where your heart is?

Switzerland is beautiful this time of year, but it’s getting a little cold. Maybe you could find your heart another home?

The Cayman Islands? Much more temperate. You and your heart will be very happy there. As will your money.

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  • calling all toasters

    Nobody gives a shit when he’s running against the black Paul Tsongas.

    • Hey!

      That’s a compliment.

      • calling all toasters

        I’m going to take the charitable view and assume you are talking about the “black” part.

        • Don’t you diss Saint Paul.

          I will punch you right in the neck.

          • calling all toasters

            Tut, tut. That’s not very sanctimonious of you.

    • Scott

      We’ll meet again,
      Don’t know where,don’t know when.
      But I know we’ll meet again, some sunny day.

      • calling all toasters

        I really thought that the pushover Obama was in the closet until the election. Guess I was off by a few weeks.

    • argh

      Don’t worry the president was saving his hip Mondale bit for the next debate.

  • Todd

    Did Romney just paraphrase the title of Natalie Pace’s investment book in a national Presidential debate? (Put Your Money Where Your Heart Is)

  • 2nMelon

    That was a rather odd way to help out the DSCC.
    The upside is all that money stays in the presidential race for another few weeks instead of flowing into the toss up races.

  • Icarus Wright

    Who is this “Governor” Romney you (and everyone else) refer to in the present tense?

    • Informant

      There’s a convention of continuing to refer to people by their former political office, even after they’ve left it. That’s why you’ll see things referring to “President Carter” working on a project for Habitat for Humanity, not “Mr. Carter, a former U.S. president.”

    • Cody

      He was Governor Romney tonight. For the past 4 years he has been President-wannabe Romney who is courting the Tea Party and other Far Rights.

      Suddenly tonight he was proud of all the Left-leaning laws Democrats passed in Massachusetts. He does have a good record there – if only we can get strong majorities in both national branches of Congress like Massachusetts to force him to sign all lefty legislation.

  • I think Obama has come to believe that Scott’s view on the bully pulpit is absolutely correct and not even worth showing up for. Plus he’s rope-a-doped Rmoney into being the frontrunner for the next debate where . . . . Obama’s strategy will be to eliminate any coattails so that he couldn’t possibly flip the House and could flip the Senate. Once the branches are divided again he can let his inner Blue Dog (per Woodward) come out and make a grand bargain that will ensure safety net cuts immediately and token tax cuts and some reduction in the deficit until the next conservative Republican TeaBagger gets elected president claims a mandate and restores every tax cut ever passed in the history of the republic thereby increasing tax revenue and magically balancing the federal budget, or not.

    If Obama wins this thing, he’s going to give a whole new dimension to winning ugly.

  • James E. Powell

    Did Romney say that? Those exact words?

    If so, how is that not a TV ad?

    • SEK

      He did. Heard it with my own ears, read it in the transcript.

      • James E. Powell

        Then that’s got to be an attack ad. Am I wrong?

        • SEK

          I hope not.

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