Obama's best line of the campaign:
If you come down with a case of Romnesia, and you can't seem to remember the policies that are still on your website, or the policies you've had for the six years you've been running for president, there's good news. ObamaCare covers pre-existing conditions.
It's a damn shame, though, that ObamaCare doesn't fully cover them this year. For it's not Romney's Romnesia that's causing acute bouts of anxiety; it's the nation's. Indeed, it seems we've an epidemic of Romnesia--the public's awareness of Obama's four extraordinary years wiped out in large part, in Denver, in a mere 90 minutes. Although Obama's coming back and I remain confidant he'll win, I must confess the last three weeks have been a profoundly dispiriting and even deeply surreal journey through the monstrously reckless mind of the American electorate.
If Mitt Romney had something to offer of some reasonableness, then, sure, one could intellectually grasp these narrowing margins of late. But Romney's got nothing, absolutely nothing but the very same crap that got us in the economic hole from which Obama has quite manifestly been digging us out--which roughly half the electorate appears either to have completely forgotten or simply dismissed. It's staggering. Simply staggering.