With the Obama campaign still suffering from President Obama's lackluster performance at the first presidential debate in Denver and Mitt Romney gaining ground in the polls, there's only one thing left to do: call on Bubba for damage control!
Speaking to a crowd of 2,000 at a rally in Las Vegas, Nevada, former President Bill Clinton used his folksy orator skills to recharge the Democratic base and poke fun at Romney's habitual flip-flopping. He pointed out that the views Romney expressed at the debate were much more centered than the far-right campaign he's been pushing over the last year.
"I had a different reaction to that first debate than a lot of people did," Clinton told nearly 2,000 supporters at a campaign rally for Obama and other Democrats. I thought, 'Wow, here's old moderate Mitt. Where ya been, boy?'"
"It was like one of these Bain Capital deals, you know, where he's the closer. So he shows up, doesn't really know much about the deal and says, 'Tell me what I'm supposed to say to close.' The problem with this deal is the deal was made by severe conservative Mitt," alluding to Romney's description of himself in February as having been a "severely conservative" governor in Massachusetts.
The crowd fed right into Clinton's funny attacks. Clinton also impersonated Romney, saying:
"I don't have that tax plan I had for the last two years. Are you going to believe me or your lyin' eyes here?"
We can always count on Bubba to recharge the base!
SOURCE: LA Times