From Huffington Post:
Mitt Romney's campaign said on Tuesday that its ads attacking President Obama's waiver policy on welfare have been its most effective to date. And while the spots have been roundly criticized as lacking any factual basis, the campaign said it didn't really care. "We're not going to let our campaign be dictated by fact-checkers," Romney pollster Neil Newhouse said at a panel organized by ABC News.
O-kay. I can see why fact-checkers - and the resulting facts - could be troublesome to a campaign, so BRAVO to the Romney campaign for being different and not bowing to facts.
PS: Does anyone wonder why all the hullabaloo about the "Work" part of the Welfare issue - when NO ONE can find a job, let alone folks on Welfare???? How finding a job be a condition of receiving welfare when A) you're probably ON welfare because you can't find a job and B) again, NO ONE can find a job...
I'm just wondering, that's all....
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