Mark Steyn over at National Review quotes a Romney stump speech and then provides a little commentary. Steyn begins with Mitt's quote:
"'I believe in an America where millions of Americans believe in an America that’s the America millions of Americans believe in. That’s the America I love.' Mitt paid some guy to write this insipid pap. And he paid others to approve it. Not only is it bland and generic, it’s lethal to him in a way that it wouldn’t be to Gingrich or Perry or Bachmann or Paul because it plays to his caricature — as a synthetic, stage-managed hollow man of no fixed beliefs."
Me thinks some water must have gotten into one of Mitt's microchips during this speech.
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