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With Everything at Stake, Where's Mitt?

mujalan Wrote: Sep 25, 2012 11:29 AM
I find myself grieving over the Romney campaign. Not having learned the lesson of their McCain pick in '08 the GOP insiders are, I'm afraid, about to pull another in their string of blunders. They crown a somewhat "limp noodle" because "he can win. I'm sure that Romney is in fact a very nice guy and would make a better president than what we currently have, but a man who seems afraid to come out of his hole until he knows which direction the wind is blowing isn't going to inspire much enthusiasm. And sadly enthusiasm and the courage to take a bold stand are things he and the country both desperately need. Right now many in his base are willing to vote for him but only in desperation. He needs a lot more than that.
Black and White Brian Wrote: Sep 25, 2012 12:36 PM
.... GOP insiders are, I'm afraid, about to pull another in their string of blunders ....

"Blunders" that are so consistent they are likely not blunders at all but are the machinations of a "republican" potty that is no such thing.

But that has been so comprehensively compromised by invading and colonizing "Democrats" and by equally as execrable opportunistic RINOs
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....