Romney gets real—not because he is real, but because he had no choice
It took the looming prospect of defeat to get Romney the management consultant to start speaking the truth about Obama. Stanley Kurtz writes at NRO:
By kicking off his Ohio bus tour with an unusually blunt attack on Obama’s big-government philosophy, Mitt Romney appears to have adopted a new strategy. Romney described Obama’s vision of government as “entirely foreign to anything this nation has ever known.” He decried “a larger government, taking more and more, intruding in your relationship with your doctor, investing, so to speak, in companies, picking winners and losers, or in his case, losers.” Then came the biggest applause line: “That is not the America I know. That is not the America that built Ohio.”
Someone in the Romney camp must be reading VFR.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at September 26, 2012 12:30 PM | Send