Um … what? The Romney campaign’s message is “revenge”?
Is this dude serious? He’s trying to say Romney’s message is revenge? http://t.co/SifvtZ0t
— RBe (@RBPundit) November 3, 2012
Did Obama campaign manager Jim Messina wake up on the wrong side of the cuckoo’s nest?
what in the world is @Messina2012 talking about
— Byron Koay (@ByronKoay) November 3, 2012
Or is he just brushing up on his liberal trolling skills?
Today's lib trolls are too easy to disprove, including @Messina2012. Americans aren't as stupid as you and the MSM think we are.
— Rebel in Me (@smokie_tx) November 3, 2012
We all suspected there was something a little off about Messina after he tweeted an utterly disturbing photo flaunting his creepiness. Today he confirmed that there’s something very off about his relationship with reality.
Or perhaps he’s just a lying liar who lies like Stephanocchio Cutter.
How fast are @Messina2012 et al churning out lies now? Obama said "Vote for revenge" yesterday, & today Creepy Jim says it was Romney.
— KJ (@thekelliejane) November 3, 2012
Bingo. It was President Vengeance who brought his menacing Chicago-style message of hostility and revenge to the campaign trail. Mitt Romney’s closing argument was about something so horrifying to the Obama campaign that Messina can’t bear to repeat it: love of country.
— Natasja Yonce (@NatasjaYonce) November 3, 2012
Next @Messina2012 tweet: "Why is Mitt Romney wasting time on Big Bird, binders and bayonets? And where are his answers on Benghazi?!"
— jon gabriel (@exjon) November 3, 2012
Who knew there was actually a lower level of hackery for Messina to reach?
— Ryan (@alwaysonoffense) November 3, 2012
Still, the desperate flailing is kinda sweet to behold.
You guys are going to lose so very badly. RT @Messina2012: The Romney campaign's message today is revenge
— Cuffy (@CuffyMeh) November 3, 2012
If you want to convince people you're winning, posting stuff like this is unadvisable. https://t.co/h8JWSAcP
— Ellen L. Carmichael (@ellencarmichael) November 3, 2012
.@Messina2012 dude, you're flailing. Panic is not your best color.
— Sean Agnew (@seanagnew) November 3, 2012
Indeed. It brings out his cold, dead eyes and pasty white skin.