Feet on the ground – head in the clouds.

Mitt Romney talks about “Eastern Elites”

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In other words, the pot calls the kettle black. What does a guy with 5 homes, who was the former Governor of Massachusetts, have to say about “Eastern Elites”? And to whom is he referring? Obama was born in Hawaii. Biden is from Delaware, but Romney himself better fits his own qualifications.

Every time Mitt Romney speaks, I know he’s smarter than he sounds. He’s such a panderer and a showman that it hides his actual expertise in business. Mike Huckabee is able to land as strong of attacks without sounding like a shmuck. So Mitt Romney can continue to be an extremely harsh critic of the Democrats, because that will just hurt his chances of being elected President in the future. Imagine 8 years of Bush, 4 of McCain and then turning around and handing it over to another Republican. I mean, it could happen… our education system has made it possible by supplying plenty of dumb voters. In all reality though, it would be wise for Romney to hold back on the support for his adversary McCain.


Written by unastronaut

September 3, 2008 at 6:47 pm

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  1. “Elite” does not necessarily mean “Rich” – but as a conservative I will agree with you on his personality. It has always rubbed me the wrong way. I agreed with the content of his speech, but his delivery has always been off. I also agree with you about Huckabee…he has always given great speeches that connect with people and is very likable, that is probably why he survived 2 terms in Clinton land, a very democratic state. I would partially agree with you on the schools because most of them are led by liberal teachers, so they have produced what they have taught…just my opinion :)

    Of course we do not agree on our opinion of who should be President, but you have still made some very valid points. Apparently many in the Republican party picked up on Mitt too and that is why he came in 3rd in delegate support for the Primaries. My opinion is, he will never have a solid chance of being President, there are people like Bobby Jindal who is a rising star in the party who will be too strong of a challenge for someone like Romney.


    September 3, 2008 at 6:59 pm

  2. I think in other elections we would agree on many more things, possibly even president. Although the economist in me wouldn’t mind seeing a President Romney (if certain conditions were right). But I also agree on Bobby Jindal. I know too little about him, but everything I’ve seen/heard I’ve liked. I am not at all interested in a “tax and spend” plan, but I also don’t agree that Obama would fit that mold. Not only that, but cleaning up the glut of the last 8 years alone would make anyone look like an economic genius.


    September 3, 2008 at 7:22 pm

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