Mitt Romney's poor judgment is undermining his candidacy

Finally, Obama's opponent has been confirmed, but can the Republican nominee mount an effective challenge? I doubt you will ever find a politician more desperate to believe Nietzsche's aphorism that whatever doesn't kill us makes us stronger than Mitt Romney. With former Pennsylvania senator Rick Santorum announcing that he is suspending his presidential campaign, it ensures what many political observers have assumed for quite some time – that Mitt ... Full Story »

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by Jack Dinkmeyer - Apr. 18, 2012

A fair article giving an outside America view of Romney’s road ahead. Liberally uses statistics to support its assertions and considers the issue from both Romney’s and Obama’s situations. It seems Romney’s real problem is tantamount to one foot on the shore, one foot in the rowboat. He had to go far, far right to counter his radically conservative opponents, none of whom had a snowball’s chance in Hell of ever achieving the nomination. Now Romney’s task is to initiate an Etch-a-Sketch maneuver to the center in order to garner independents’ support. Thus creating a real dilemma in that his very skeptical conservative base–which already considers him a well-oiled weathervane–will regard to be true their ... More »

Still, the Republican contender begins his pursuit of the White House on remarkably shaky political ground – buffeted by the statements and promises that he made to ... More »

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