October 23, 2007

Via KEYETV: (h/t Scarce)

Obama, Osama. There's a difference, as Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is being reminded.

During a speech in Greenwood, South Carolina today, the former Massachusetts governor accused Democratic presidential contender Barack Obama of urging terrorists to congregate in Iraq.

But he was apparently didn't mean Obama -- he meant Osama. As in Osama bin Laden. Read more..

Was it really a mistake? As much as Romney's campaign monitors the media and the internets, he should know the difference by now...

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