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Romney's Religion Shapes the Man, Not the Message

Teresa3 Wrote: Jun 01, 2012 7:59 PM
Great Article! Thanks for civilizing the discussion. I will vote my head and my gut this year! Mitt and his family look and feel genuine. I just hope he is as good as we need him to be to "right the course".
Louie13 Wrote: Jun 02, 2012 12:11 AM
Teresa, this guy is a flip-flopping, liberal, Democratic Trojan horse in the Republican Party, who will say anything to get elected. Nothing genuine about his politics. When is the Republican establishment ever going to learn that it cannot win presidential election by alienating and betraying its Conservative base?
cudlow Wrote: Jun 02, 2012 5:43 PM
Louie - never will they learn - Jerry Ford over Ronald reagan in 76, Bob Dole when Clinton was all set to fall, McLame last time. It is sickening. I have worked for Republicans since 1980, when I was only 14, campaigning for Reagan. No more! They texted me about rombama and I replied to leave me alone, I am no longer a Republicrat, I am now a Tea Party member!
A tiny incident in the life of a candidate can sometimes tell us more about him than a dozen speeches or television commercials. When Mitt Romney paused to rub his wife's aching feet after a tough and tiring day of campaigning in Michigan last fall, we got just a glimmer, but a bright one, of insight into the man who would be president.

Romney, so we're told over and over, is a stuffed shirt who doesn't smoke or drink and lacks quotable spontaneity. He should loosen up. Well, it's time to talk about his warmer qualities.

Here was an off-camera intimacy,...