So my question is, as a man of religious faith, is this his idea of morality? :
Alright? Because we all agree that educating children always goes so much better with advertisements? Not alright, Willard.
"Close them. Turn 'em off. Even some you like," he said. "You might say, 'I like the National Endowment for the Arts.' I do," Romney said. "I like PBS. We subsidize PBS. Look, I'm going to stop that. I'm going to say that PBS is going to have to have advertisement."
"We're not going to kill Big Bird," Romney said. "But Big Bird is going to have advertisements. Alright?"
Mitt's too old to have watched Sesame Street as a kid. In fact, electing him would turn back the leadership of our country a generation, to the Clinton/Bush generation. So maybe he just doesn't get it because, like so much else, he's above it by age and wealth.
Sometimes I wonder if Mitt is not just embarked upon the greatest single performance art piece of our times. If he can flip-flop so easily, if he is indeed the hollow man everyone believes he is, if he's say or do anything to get elected and we're not getting real principles, and if enough people understand that but vote for him anyway hoping the massive tea-pandering is with a wink, then he's doing a better act than Stephen Colbert or Sasha Baron Cohen.
If not, then he's just kind of douchy.
If you want to see his whole pander, here you go:
And watching this clip, as always with Willard, I find it difficult to believe American will vote to see this man representing America on TV for the next four years.