Home 2012 races Video: O’Malley Tells the Truth, Leaves McDonnell Sputtering, Evading, Lying, FAILing

Video: O’Malley Tells the Truth, Leaves McDonnell Sputtering, Evading, Lying, FAILing

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It’s almost hilarious how pathetic Bob McDonnell is here, especially compared to Martin O’Malley. Watch as O’Malley has substantive and factual answers to every question, while Bob McDonnell…well, let’s just say you can tell he’s lying because his lips are moving.  I mean, seriously, he just keeps repeating the debunked-over-and-over-again Big Lies about Medicare, and that’s supposed to make it true? Sorry, “Bobby” (as his non-reality-based “good friend” Pat Robertson calls him), maybe that’s the type of logical reasoning they taught you at Regent, but that’s not how it works in the real world. #FAIL

By the way, I love how McDonnell slips up and calls it the “Ryan-Romney ticket.” Just like his hero, pathological liar and sociopath Willard “Mitt” Romney, slipped up a few days ago and totally dissed Ken Cuccinelli by endorsing Cuckoo’s rival, Bill Bolling, for governor. Birds of a feather, I guess…

  • pontoon

    wish Martin O’Malley were governor of Virginia.  How did we get such a ideologue as Bob McDonnell?  So disgusting.

  • Teddy Goodson

    and all the supposedly necessary painful choices fall exclusively on the 99 percent under Ryan-Romney. The 1 percent will suffer not at all, and will actually end up with lower taxes and more wealth. It seems obvious that the corportist elite believe that we little people still have some wealth left, and they intend to suck it out of us, every last bit— which accounts for all the agitprop about deficit, austerity, and the entire Ryan-Romney scam.

  • Elaine in Roanoke

    Our “Howdy Doody” governor is, let’s face it, not the highest wattage bulb around. He lucked into the governor’s mansion by having to face an opponent who managed to outdo Mary Sue Terry in bad campaigning. He exemplifies the Peter Principle, which states that people in their jobs tend to rise to the level of their incompetence. McDoody’s there, all right. He makes me sort of glad that we have a one-term law for governors.