Friday, August 24, 2012

The Economist on Mitt Romney: "nobody knows who this strange man really is."

The liberal media is at it again.  The left-wing Economist newspaper (/sarcasm) has not once, in the last three decades, endorsed an incumbent president for re-election.

2012 is sounding like it could be the first.

"All politicians flip-flop from time to time, but Mr Romney could win an Olympic medal in it."

"Competence is worthless without direction and, frankly, character."

"He has appeared as a fawning PR man, apparently willing to do or say just about anything to get elected."

"Behind all this sits the worrying idea of a man who does not really know his own mind."

"The Romney Programme for Economic Recovery, Growth, and Jobs" is like "Fifty Shades of Grey" without the sex."

"It is a little odd that the number two has a plan and his boss doesn't."

"A business man without a credible plan to fix a problem stops being a credible businessman.  So does a businessman who tells you one thing at breakfast and the opposite at supper."

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