Yes, computer cooling systems have improved over the years and even overclocked processors, busy computing how the Romneycare insurance mandate is a penalty while the Obamacare mandate is a tax, don't instantly melt in Summer heat. That doesn't mean you should leave an expensive piece of artificial intelligence out in the sun all day, making it walk through a Fourth of July parade route in New Hampshire…
"Get out and vote next year, this November, I mean!" said Romney, wiping beads of sweat off his brow. At one point, stopping to guzzle a glass of lemonade, Romney was asked how it tasted, to which he replied, "Lemon. Wet. Good."
One of us! One of us!
Seriously, that is the sound of a sophisticated piece of equipment running out of Read Only Memory and needing a reboot.
Maybe the Wall Street Journal, which editorialized last night that the Romney campaign "looks confused in addition to being politically dumb," should buy Romney a new cooling fan and a software upgrade before expecting him to take on RAM-intensive tasks like hitting back at Barack Obama over charges of Bain-led outsourcing and flip-floppery.
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