[QUOTE=doggin94it;4495235]Both are attempts to use names (something beyond the candidate's control) to support a narrative:
"Willard" - he's weird, not like us, WASPy (without the P), born with a silver spoon, etc.
"Hussein" - he's not really one of us, not really American, scary, probably a Muslim, probably supports terror (anyone remember the "terrorist fist bump"?)
Both are ridiculous, but the "Hussein" thing is worse, IMO, because it seeks to stir up and rely on racial and/or religious prejudices. (And before anyone asks - yes, I think that's worse than appeals to class warfare)[/QUOTE]
Here's the difference. Romney has done virtually nothing to rake up abuse.
Obama has generated one bad piece of work after another to include bowing to various Islamic regimes and treating Israel shabbily.
Late breaking. Liberal media is now attacking Ann Romney because HER horse qualified for the London Olympics. That's bad why?
Money? Libs don't realize that horses are owned as pets by 2.5% of ALL American households. That's above the evil 1%. 8 million horses as pets (not working farm animals).
The bottom line is Obama has brought some things on himself and is treated with derision. Not Romney.