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Quote of the Day || March 26, 2012

“It’s true one of my top advisers said my campaign was like an Etch-a-Sketch, but that was yesterday.”

– Mitt Romney

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11 thoughts on “Quote of the Day || March 26, 2012”

  1. I prefer a candidate who can change course, refine his thinking, make adjustments or just wipe the slate clean and start all over again if events or information makes is wise to do so.
    What I don’t want is a rigid ideologue who refuses to adjust his thinking or actions when circumstances change and require a new approach.

  2. Mitt Romney may have his faults but oh, to have a normal, welltempered, maybe somewhat boring, real American businessman in the White House, that would be a relief and a comfort. Obama provokes, divides, mocks, sneers and makes too many miserable. He is bad luck for the US. And I will say it again, let Ann Romney do a lot of campaigning. When voters hear and see her and compare this classy lady to the present First Lady they will vote for Romney just to throw her and her husband out.

  3. Mitt just needs to be himself – a dignified business man. He needs to ditch the jeans and checkered shirts and stop acting so goofy with the grits and y’all’s. He will never be able to attract the Obama lovers…and why should he? Who needs them! Good riddance to the trash!

  4. “The middle of the road is for yellow lines and dead armadillos.”

    In my opinion, Romney isn’t a bad person, he will just be a malleable tool for the Washington power base. He is being backed by the establishment because they want to preserve the status quo, and they know he won’t shake things up. I think the country needs a hard shift to the right to repair the damage Obama has done to our country. Without serious reform of the tax code, entitlements, the Fed, crony capitalism, and prosecution of corruption, America will fail. Romney will be a nicely groomed figurehead for the men behind the curtain, but we the people will continue to lose our freedom and liberty.

  5. Amazingly, it was Myth’s own campaign manager who dubbed him “Etch-a-Sketchy” and quite appropros. Though I personally see Mr. Obamney as more the “WeatherVane” (as in which way the wind is blowing) candidate, a small, rigid plastic toy works too. Dear Leader is like that too…but seemingly his toy of choice is the Magic 8 Ball…”should I build the Keystone pipeline?” “Maybe, ask again later.”

  6. We have to play the cards we were dealt. Santorum and Gingrich are un-electable! Santorum is going berzerk! If Romney does nothing, it’s better than the alternative. I am voting for the American! It’s a great start.

    1. Amen. I don’t know about the nationality gambit, but conservative these days seems to mean all up in our faces about private matters–and I don’t hear that much about fighting corruption, etc. I don’t know who is supposedly “behind the curtain.” Some days I think we would not recognize any of the names of the people who run this place and still would not after the election.

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