Two Facts

1. David Brooks is still being employed by the New York Times to write a garbage column.

2. That column gets more ridiculous by the week.

As always, there is much to love laugh at in Brooks' latest, in which he imagines what Mitt Romney's opening statement of tomorrow night's debate should be, but I think this is probably my favorite part:
I've tried to be on the level with you. This president was audacious in 2008, but, as you can see from his negligible agenda, he's now exhausted. I'm not an inspiring conviction politician, but I'll try anything to help us succeed. You make the choice.
LOL OKAY! Decisions decisions. I choose the inspiring guy with conviction, rather than the guy who reeks of desperation and will "try anything."

Great argument for your cool candidate, Mr. Brooks! Solid as always.

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