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Friday, January 6, 2012

Video: Second McRino Gaffe in Same Day

Ok, so John McCain rips pork barrel spending and its perpetrators while referring to Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney as being among them. Small problem. McCain said it while campaigning for Romney, who was directly behind him.

Perhaps it's time for someone from Team Romney to politely ask for McCain to give back the microphone and ask him to take back his endorsement.

To see the OTHER McCain gaffe from today, click here.

h/t Weasel Zippers

Video: Obama Hack Lies when Confronted with Obama Lie

There's nothing quite like lying about your hand being in the cookie jar after you've been caught with it in there. Former White House Deputy Press Secretary Bill Burton did just that while appearing on CNN's AC 360, opposite former Bush Press Secretary, Ari Fleischer.

First, Fleischer calls out Obama for promising not to issue signing statements to go around Congress when he was on the 2008 campaign trail. Instead of changing the subject, Burton actually asserts Obama never said it.

Flashback to 2008. Calling Bill Burton a liar is not just warranted; it's mandatory if you don't want to be called a liar yourself:

h/t Hapblog

Video: John McRino Calls Mitt Romney 'President Obama'

More amazing than watching a John McCain gaffe is watching him share the stage with one time Tea Party favorite, South Carolina governor, Nikki Haley. Her endorsement of Romney just one year after riding a Tea Party wave into the governor's mansion is shameful.

Nonetheless, this gaffe is bound to be a timeless classic.

h/t Weasel Zippers
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