When Mitt Romney filibustered, during last night's debate, about the success of Massachusetts' public education during his term, the Prez attempted -- but failed -- to get a word in edgewise. In the interests of equal time, we suggest you take a listen to what actual Massachusetts students think about Romney's record on schools.
Waiting for last night's first debate between President Barack
Obama and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt I knew these things: 1. Precedent
favors the challenger; 2. Romney was a better debater than most recognized --
or wanted to credit; 3. History suggests no meaningful correlation between
debate performance and electoral victory; 4.
How do you know when you're truly internet-famous? When you glitter-bomb a famous homophobe on C-SPAN? When the C-SPAN clip gets autotuned into a song? When your call for free ponies is embraced by the Bronies? Or when your music video, "I Am A Meme," goes viral on YouTube?
Not sure. But for perennial long-shot Presidential candidate, Occupy ally, and longtime friend of the Phoenix VERMIN SUPREME, we'll say this: a Vice Magazine mini-documentary won't hurt.
There is nothing quite like the joy of a convert to the cause of VERMIN SUPREME, the grandaddy of protest candidates who has been occupying the New Hampshire primaries -- and rattling cages of all kinds -- for decades. When you come across a Troll-in-Chief with such a finely-tuned campaign platform and stump speech -- ponies for everyone, and fascism in the name of dental hygeine -- you wonder how you haven't ever heard of him before.