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Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Maureen Dowd Still Silent on Reporter Leaking Column

I'm linking to Dowd's Thursday column tonight before anyone but at least I'm not sending it to the CIA before doing it.  Her new piece makes no mention of the NYT scandal but sticks to sticking it to GOP's lack of enthusiasm for Romney (while Christie promotes himself).   "When Mitt awkwardly came out on stage at the end of Ann’s speech in what was supposed to be a crescendo, the room went flat. The few ripples of excitement in the Ward Cleaver-Betty Crocker convention with the generic music and anesthetized delegates have centered on Ryan and other 2016 prospects.

"At the very moment Mitt is supposed to be a supernova, Republicans treat him as a white-dwarf star."

Meanwhile, Gail Collins with her usual witty take on GOPers failing to inflate Mitt no matter how hard they try.  Among her zingers, referring to Ann Romney:  "She also seemed intent on telling us that he’s a fun guy, full of Mittwit, but she failed to provide any examples of fun that were actually funny. The take-away image of Mitt Romney, Neighbor, was less George Bailey in 'It’s a Wonderful Life' than Ned Flanders in 'The Simpsons.'”

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