The critical observer may be irked by the inclusion of Mitt Romney’s “I like being able to fire people” quote, considering how it was every bit as dishonestly quote-mined as President Obama’s now-notorious “you didn’t build that” remark. As legendarily gaffe-prone as he was, Romney was being plainly reasonable when he said that it’s a good thing that he (and people in general) are able to choose who they pay in exchange for services rendered. It’s a heck of a double-standard to fault him for that remark whilst subsequently criticizing the Republicans for distorting the daylights out of Obama’s statement about the importance of a government-maintained infrastructure to the functioning of private enterprises.
Other than that, though, a pretty good anthology of whacky overall. So … who’s ready for another?