Paul Ryan will have no trouble tearing apart Joe Biden.
Looking at life in a ridiculously simplistic manner. There is a reason why it is not easy to kick granddad's ass: They have survived a lot longer than overconfident youngsters, especially the one who is in position of authority.
Yeah, I don't really care about "sides," nor am I complaining. So if you can think of any other specific examples of this much dumb packed together, regardless of who actually said them, I would be happy to read them. I enjoy stupidity in all shapes and colors.
I'm a centrist myself. I never vote party lines, and I vote for third parties as often as not. Nor do my positions on various referendums run along ideological lines. My experience was that the vast majority of paranoid nonsense this election was coming from the right. It was routine to open any discussion on the election and find birthers, anti-Obama conspiracy theorists, more crazies -- even now there are people yelling about an Obama dictatorship, on no information in particular, and how they're better off leaving the country.
In the meantime, while arguably legitimate issues exist with a Romney presidency and the oaths take in the Temple ordinances, which on their face would subordinate him to the First Presidency even in the White House, and you OCCASIONALLY find mention of that, it was only occasional. I'm not saying this is actually a legitimate concern, mind you, but the "Law of Consecration" says what it says, so unlike the anti-Obama rants there's a genuine data point. Only, it's almost never been mentioned.
But feel free. If there have been similar anti-Romney crazies to compare to OP's list, go ahead and post them. I'm willing to have my mind changed.
Two-thirds of the list are Schemer posts. And the ~Novuso posts are easy to pick out as well.
This is what you get from living in the echo chamber of the Conservative Media. In the end Nate Silver was right on the money and Dick Morris, Rush, Karl Rove, George Will et al. were dead wrong. Nate Silver had solid data but the Con pundits kept telling their followers that the data was faulty without any proof to their claim (beyond the occasional outlier poll). Not wanting to believe the data doesn't invalidate it, and this was a tough lesson for the Con world to learn.