And she’s absolutely right. How refreshing it’s going to be to have a First Couple in the White House who love this country and treat us with respect.

Via Mediaite.

Appearing on America’s Newsroom this morning, Ann Romney told host Martha MacCallum that the Obama campaign has acted in poor sportsmanship for labeling her husband a liar following his debate victory last week.

Asked what she thinks of the recent charges that Mitt Romney lied his way through the debate, the GOP candidate’s wife responded: “Lied about what? This is something he’s been saying all along. This is what he believes. This is his policy. This is his statement.”

She then likened the Obama campaign’s post-debate reaction to a sore loser on the playground: “It’s sort of like someone in the sandbox that lost the game and they are going to kick sand in someone’s face and say, ‘You liar.’ They lost and now they are just going to say, okay, we didn’t like the game.”

“To me, it’s poor sportsmanship,” she added.

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  1. radargeek says:

    My thoughts exactly! Using Big Bird (of all the f’ing serious issues America has now) as a campaign tool shows how immature o’db, o’db supporters, and the dems are. We needed grown-ups in the White House for along time, not a day-care center!

  2. FrankRemley says:

    I read an article the other day that said Obama actually thought he’d won big in the debate. He’s so arrogant and full of himself that he couldn’t see that he’d actually laid an egg in the debate. It was up to his staff and Moochelle to point out the truth to poor Urkel. He’d laid an ostrich-sized egg on that Denver stage.

  3. Maynard says:

    Big Bird is alive. The economy is dead.

    Off topic: Drudge linked an article on Spielberg’s soon-to-be-released “Lincoln” film. Spielberg says “Lincoln” is no political football.

    Daniel Day-Lewis, who plays Lincoln, is a brilliant actor. However, I saw a trailer for the film, which conveyed the impression of a brain-numbing lecture inspired by compulsive political correctness. Yes, we get it, slavery was wrong. I don’t want to belittle that fact, but bombastic posturing substituting for art and entertainment isn’t making us a better people; in fact I think it probably makes us worse. Maybe “Lincoln” isn’t as ham-fisted as I suspect, but that’s what I got out of the trailer.

    By way of contrast…we know Ted Turner for his liberal inclinations, but his films on the Civil War (“Gettysburg” and “Gods and Generals”) are excellent. That is, they convey the depth and passion of the conflict, and don’t insult our intelligence with simplistic truths.

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