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Romney Can Win By Doing One Thing

Cepat2 Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 9:58 AM
Pandering isn't much of a policy. Haven't we learned that in the last 3.6 years?
Pat1392 Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 2:23 PM
I do not think it is pandering to stop this runaway train called government. I do not know if Obamacare applies to you but why do you think Congress exempted themselves from this insane bill. AND why do you care if George Soros pays a little more. Obama has tied Romney into anyone with wealth, and he will keep on saying Romney only cares about the rich.
Wolfgang6 Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 12:02 PM
Yah - you Republicans should know a lot about pandering considering your slavish obeisance to the TEA Party ideologues.

PARIS -- Mitt Romney's biggest problem in this race isn't that he's wealthy -- it's that he lacks the sort of passion that can only be forged by trial and tribulation. It's one thing to articulate the principles of free-market capitalism and limited government as the solution to the country's current woes, but they have little effect when they can't be strapped to an emotional rocket and delivered in surgical strikes straight through voters' hearts.

Politics will always be about connecting with people. The most ingenious political policy is useless as ink on paper. To be of any value, it...