—Called American businesses soft and lazy and said they'd lost their ambition; they didn't build that; they need to up their game.
—Baselessly accused the Chamber of Commerce of accepting foreign contributions and said it had the burden of proving it did not.
—Said Mitt Romney, in effect, killed a lady who lost her insurance.
—Say the "wealthy" aren't paying their fair share.
—Stepped on the conscience protections of people of faith and attacked a Lutheran school's right to hire and fire on religious grounds.
—Use "gay rights" as a wedge issue and depict opponents of same-sex marriage as bigots.
—Manufactured a phony GOP "War on Women."
—Say Republicans want dirty air and dirty water and rejoice when people lose their insurance coverage, that they want a smaller America and don't believe in rebuilding roads and bridges, that they are hostage takers and Slurpee sippers. He says they created this mess, and they should sit in the backseat of the car. We'll have hand-to-hand combat with them on Capitol Hill, and if they bring a knife, we'll bring a gun.
—Crammed Obamacare down the throats of a strongly opposed majority.
—Continue to scare seniors, the "middle class" and the "poor" into believing Republicans want to destroy Medicare.
—Publicly ridiculed and demonized the Supreme Court on multiple occasions.
—Disparaged hedge fund managers as "playing with other people's money."
—Vilified immigration enforcement advocates as racists.
—Waged a war against states on immigration and voter ID laws.
—Worked against military ballots.
—Lawlessly rewrote loans in the GM and Chrysler restructurings to favor unions and cheat secured creditors; and in Solyndra, to subordinate taxpayers to private investors.
—Exploited race and minority relations for political purposes and for ideological reasons, including Eric Holder calling the nation cowards on race, racializing voter intimidation laws and saying the GOP was after him on Fast and Furious because he, like Obama, is an African American; appealing to Hispanics and blacks to vote as a bloc for Democrats because Democrats are their friends and Republicans their enemies; and accusing the GOP of supporting voter ID laws to suppress the minority vote and immigration laws for racial reasons.
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President Bill Clinton veered sharply off message Thursday, telling CNN that Mitt Romney's business record at Bain Capital was "sterling."
"I don't think that we ought to get into the position where we say 'This is bad work. This is good work,'" Clinton said. "The man who has been governor and had a sterling business career crosses the qualification threshold."
Clinton also went on to say that Romney's time at Bain Capital represented a "good business career."