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Sunday, October 28, 2012
BIDEN SAYS REPUBLICANS COUNTING ON VOTER ‘AMNESIA’…THEN GETS SENATE CANDIDATE’S NAME WRONG TWICE
Democrats have been pushing the word “Romnesia” with increasing frequency on the campaign trail as Election Day draws closer. A combination of the words “Romney” and “amnesia,” the term is designed to imply that Mitt Romney has a selective memory about the positions he’s taken throughout the years.
Speaking at a campaign event in Virginia, Vice President Joe Biden said Republican challengers Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan are fleeing from their record to appear more moderate than they truly are. In his estimation, Republicans “are counting on the American people to have an overwhelming case of amnesia” when it comes time to cast their vote.
While everyone understands that public figures meet and greet countless people each day, in the same speech Biden appeared to suffer a minor memory lapse himself. Introducing Senate candidate and former Virginia governor Tim Kaine, Biden remarked: