Is It Lonely Up There On That Pedestal All By Yourself?

And today’s “throwing someone under the bus and rolling over them a couple of times” award goes to…

wait for it…

Mitt Romney!

And funnily enough, Mitt fails to actually get it:

Yeah, I think it reminds us of Mark Foley and Bill Clinton. I think it reminds us of the fact that people who are elected to public office continue to disappoint, and they somehow think that if they vote the right way on issues of significance or they can speak a good game, that we’ll just forgive and forget. And the truth of the matter is, the most important thing we expect from elected–an elected official is a level of dignity and character that we can point to for our kids and our grandkids, and say, `Hey, someday I hope you grow up and you’re someone like that person.’ And we’ve seen disappointment in the White House, we’ve seen it in the Senate, we’ve seen it in Congress. And frankly, it’s disgusting.

Italics added for emphasis.

As I mentioned not but a few hours ago, what you do with your sex life is your business, give me someone who can govern. Clinton got a BJ in the Oval Office, but had done much in the way of building our credibility over the world, presided over a strong economy, dealt with the military crisis in Kosovo responsibly, and so on and so forth. He wasn’t the greatest president in our history, but he was pretty good at his job.

On the other hand, no one will accuse Bush of cheating on Laura, but how well has that worked out for him as far as doing his job as president?

But that’s all beside the point. Romney wasted precious little time grabbing Craig by the scruff of his neck, chucking him under the bus, and rolling over him whilst flashing those pearly, movie star, teeth of his. With that done, he put the gear shift in reverse, and did it again.

All this for the man who was his chairman in Idaho.

And while he was at it, why not throw in Mark Foley and Bill Clinton in the mix as well, huh? But you want to hear the best bit?

You know, I haven’t seen the allegations yet, I just heard that there was a guilty plea and he submitted a resignation as my liaison in the Senate

All this before actually even hearing what the allegations against Craig even were.

Now that’s friendship.

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