That was the question Boston attorney Joseph Welch put to Senator Joseph McCarthy during the Army-McCarthy hearings in 1954.
I ask it now, as rhetorically as Welch did then, of former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, the 2012 GOP presidential nominee.
The “revenge” nonsense of course: McRomney’s last-ditch, last moment attack on President Obama for having asked his supporters not to boo Mitt Romney, but to vote, because, as the President said
living well voting is the best revenge.
Every sane American knows that joke; Mitt Romney does too. But to Romney the candidate, suddenly, this is a sudden moment of clarity about the President. Obama’s voters seek revenge!
It’s hardly a dog whistle anymore.
Rather, the message comes through loud and clear to anyone who cares to listen. Romney’s crowds know what is being said: there’s an angry black man over there exhorting his angry black voters (and…
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