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With Everything at Stake, Where's Mitt?

Keith374 Wrote: Sep 25, 2012 7:11 AM
"Nobody pays attention until the National Convention." "Just wait till the debates, those are what's important." "Obama is easy to beat, he's so awful." C'mon, Romney apologists... your man is WEAK. He's not hungry. He lacks passion. He's lousy at making his case to the American people. With Barry being the worst president since 1923, Mitt should be destroying him in the polls. I seem to recall W doing what? 4 rallies in a day? GET OUT THERE, MITT! And not just in the so-called "battleground" states. Don't assume you have the so-called "red states" sewn up. Sorry, but Romney looks like he *really* doesn't want to win. It looks like he is throwing the election. Has the GOP Elite made a huge mistake?
LAPhil Wrote: Sep 25, 2012 8:31 AM
Kind of reminds me of McCain in 2008 and Bush senior in 1992. They campaigned like they didn't care whether they won or not.
A look at the Republican presidential candidate's schedule of public events shows a remarkably relaxed pace for a man who says this election is critical to America's future. Here's what Mitt Romney did on the trail in mid-September:

He had one public appearance on his schedule Monday, Sept. 17, a speech to the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce in Los Angeles.

He had one appearance scheduled the day before, an airport rally in Pueblo, Colo., but it was canceled after a small-plane crash there killed one person.

Romney had no public events Saturday. On Friday, Sept....