What I’ve always liked about David Gergen is his clarity of thinking, something that also leads to clarity of writing. He is always rational and it’s clear that he strives to be as non-partisan as possible, characteristics that have made him an asset in advising four Presidents. His assessment of Mitt Romney and his campaign meets these criteria and it includes some shrewd analysis of the politics that are shaping our times. I simply offer it here as well worth your time:
— Mitt Romney’s narrow victory in Ohio inevitably brought back memories of Woody Hayes, fabled football coach at The Ohio State.</blockquote>
For years, Buckeye teams methodically ground out victories with an offense affectionately called “three yards and a cloud of dust.” Few long passes or acrobatics — just keep slogging and adding a few more points on the board.
For the full article, please follow this LINK.
- Mitt Romney can’t buy the hearts of American voters – Daily Mail (dailymail.co.uk)
- Mitt’s Weak Tuesday Makes Him The Sisyphus Of 2012 Republican Primary (huffingtonpost.com)