Tuesday, October 09, 2012

Idiot Punditocracy Watch: What Romney's Debate "Win on Style" REALLY MEANS

PAY ATTENTION, IDIOT PUNDITOCRACY. THIS GOES FOR YOU TOO, CHUCKLES TODDY; rather than get weepy, slack-shaking jawed on Meet The Press about the disdain shown your precious government institutions ... as that contemporary political philosopher Herman Cain said: "BLAME YOH-SEHF!" Figure it out, traitorous destroyer of said institutions, porridge-for-brains ASSHOLE! Now here's Mitt Romney's debating technique the BELTWAY MEDIA breezily touts as "style":
"The Gish Gallop, named after creationist Duane Gish, is the debating technique of drowning the opponent in such a torrent of half-truths, lies, and straw-man arguments that the opponent cannot possibly answer every falsehood in real time. The term was coined by Eugenie Scott of the National Center for Science Education.

The formal debating jargon term for this is spreading. It arose as a way to throw as much rubbish into five minutes as possible. In response, some debate judges now limit number of arguments as well as time. However, in places where debating judges aren't there to call bullshit on the practice, like the internet, such techniques are remarkably common." [This is for that traitorous BELTWAY luminary, first identified ON THIS BLOG long before the Obama-Romney debate as an anti-union, pro-Republican sympathizer, Jim Lehrer. Unlike Matthews (who doesn't know where he stands, anyway) I'm ALWAYS right about judging people's political tendencies.]
Any questions, IMBECILES? Now when is the BELTWAY cabal going to address the question of Mitt Romney's MENTAL HEALTH, before the election, in light of increasingly disturbing signs, from his pathological LYING (which is a form of MENTAL ILLNESS), to further evidence of dissociation from reality in his debate performance, to his FUCKING INSANE bellicose or should I say real-life DR. STRANGELOVE "foreign policy." This is the closest Rachel has come to showing some GONADS but it's NOT NEARLY ENOUGH. You've got to connect the last couple of dots, Rachel:

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