President Obama diagnosed Mitt Romney with a "severe" case from "Romnesia" in the final debate, contrasting what he said in the debate with his past positions, at a rally in Delray, Florida Tuesday morning.
During the debate, [Romney] said he did not want more troops in Iraq, but he was caught on videotape saying it was unthinkable not to leave 20,000 troops in Iraq. Troops that would still be there today. Last night, he claimed to support my plan to end the war in Afghanistan. I'm glad he supports it. But he proposed the time -- he opposed the timeline that would bring our troops home early in this campaign… Last night, he said he always supported taking out Osama bin Laden. But in 2007, he said it was not worth moving heaven and earth to catch one man.
Obama continued: "Now, we have come up with a name for this condition: It's called Romnesia."
"We had a severe outbreak last night," Obama said. "It was at least stage three."