In recent weeks and months, Mitt Romney has shown a penchant for sticking with certain campaign arguments even after they’ve been roundly debunked by independent fact-checkers.
But one big exception to this practice seems to have emerged of late, as we see HERE:
It began on August 7. The Romney campaign launched a major offensive on welfare policy, accusing President Obama of “gutting” existing law and “dropping work requirements.”
The attack was as obvious a lie has ever been spoken by a presidential candidate. Mitt Romney had made this up, but proceeded to repeat the lie in every stump speech, and in five...