Friday, September 14, 2012

Romney's Bedtime Attire Sounds Like His Overall Strategy

Romney's main problem is he hasn't made a case for himself. He's only argued against Obama.
The normally uptight Mitt Romney found himself on Friday pondering how best to answer the question, What do you wear to bed at night? "I think the best answer is as little as possible," the Republican presidential candidate said. Reuters
Ann Romney says women are crying at her rallies. She's talking about women because Romney is behind by double digits with women voters. Ann is right, though. This is going to be an economic election. Obama's going to be re-elected because he's been doing the best he can getting the economy on the right track after being handed off the worst economy next to the great Depression. Who knows what Romney plans to do, except for the usual GOP-fare, lower taxes for the "middle class," which he defines as $200K to $250K, and get rid of regulations:

Romney's behind.