Total (Lack of) Recall, the Remake

July 13th, 2012

Inspired by Mitt Romney’s explanation about his participation in Bain investment decisions after his supposed “leave of absence/retirement.”

 

“I don’t recall a single meeting or a single participation in an investment decision by Bain or a personnel decision.” – Mitt Romney today with Peter Alexander

“I don’t recall,” Mitt said today.

Isn’t that what the Bush 2 people used to say?

 

Is Mitt’s memory really so unsteady?

Isn’t it too soon to remake that movie already?

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Here’s Rev. Al’s 7/13/12 report. The first clip chronicles Mitt’s house-of-cards lie about how Romney has misrepresented his involvement at Bain from 1999-2002. Remember when your parents told you that once you start lying, the lies just keep piling up until the whole thing collapses of it’s own weight? That’s what’s happened to Mitt with this particular lie, and now all he can do is say “I don’t recall” (Mitt’s quote to that effect is at the 1”55 mark of the second clip). Of course, what that really means is that Mitt was involved in investment and personnel decisions.

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Here are scenes from the movies which inspired our title. I saw it the first time, so I’m not sure I want to see the same movie again in 2012.


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