word of the day: October 20, 2012
(1) To flip-flop.
(2) To black out.
"If you say you're for equal pay for equal work, but you keep refusing to say whether or not you'd sign a bill that protects equal pay for equal work -- you might have Romnesia."
"Man, I think I have Romnesia. I went out last night and when I woke up this morning, my dog was strapped to the roof of my car. No clue how it got up there."
The act of forgetting a statement or belief that you had previously expressed the opposite point of view with regards to.
Bob has Romnesia. He was for that before he was against it
The ability of the very wealthy to forget the context in which they made their money.
Gina Rinehart insists that if people want to be millionaires, they should spend more time working. She has Romnesia and failed to mention that she inherited an iron ore mine and a fortune from her father.
A mental disorder that allows you to saying absolutely anything to win an election. Even if you do not actually believe it, or have said said the opposite in the past.
When Mitt Romney says "I don't believe employers should tell someone whether they can have contraceptive care or not" in a debate, he is suffering from Romnesia.
a. The ability to pull a lie from the deep recesses of one's own ass in order to completely contradict your earlier recorded statements.
b. Coming off as an arrogant prick whenever your audience does not consist of the super-wealthy.
He forgot the password to his offshore bank accounts?? I think that fucker has Romnesia.
Before saying he'd be delighted to ban abortion in all circumstances, he said he would never waiver in his pro-choice positions. That fucker clearly has Romnesia.
A condition afflicting GOP
members and supporters exemplified by contradicting statements and a perma-grin.
"See, I never just did things just to do them. Come on, what am I gonna do? Just all of a sudden just jump up and grind my feet on somebody's couch, like it's, like it's you know something to do. Come on, I got a little more sense than that.
Yeah I remember grinding my feet on Eddie's couch."
-- Rick James
, victim of Romnesia
A condition where one continually and repetitively changes up, back tracks, or sidesteps his or her own previous stated position.
Romney is suffering from from a severe case of Romnesia in this 2012 election year, the sidestepping is occurring at incredulous rate this time of year.