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Excellent: Positive SuperPAC Ad Touts Romney's Olympic Triumph

Wisewoman3 Wrote: Jul 30, 2012 3:50 PM
Although I am not a historian I feel that this upcomming election is a milestone for America. The country is either going to elect a man of great character, ability, know how and one with the right skills that the country needs at this juncture, a Mitt Romney or they will elect a shiny object who is a know nothing, hollow human being who will continue to take the country down the wrong track, Barack Obama. As an AA I say change horses now!!!
C.H. Wrote: Jul 30, 2012 4:00 PM
Sometimes I think America elected Mr. Obama because they were infatuated. Americans superimposed all their hopes on a man who was nothing like them. It's like America had a crush, we committed to a relationship and then found out who the real man was.
traitorbill Wrote: Jul 30, 2012 3:56 PM
4 years later and he's still a ink blot for people to project their hopes and fears.

In concurring with Sean Trende's recent column urging Republicans to start making an affirmative case for Mitt Romney, I posited that such an undertaking wouldn't be particularly difficult.  Romney's magnificent leadership of Bain Capital and the 2002 Winter Olympics are fonts of compelling and illustrative leadership nuggets that are practically begging to be plucked and dropped into positive ads.  At last, Romney's SuperPAC is introducing a wider audience to Mitt Romney the hyper-competent manager, using the current Olympic season as a hook: