But now, we're really going to hear that being "perfect" is a problem, in the presidential election immediately after the one in which we were told -- straight-faced -- that one of the candidates was quite possibly the Son of God? Or maybe even God himself?Seriously?
Q: When is "perfect" not perfect?
A: When it's a Republican.
Please. Plenty of people I respect are not wholly sold on Romney's candidacy. Their issues center on his imperfections with regard to policy . . . not some allegedly intimidating sheen of perfection in his looks or life. How incredibly superficial.