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Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Here Comes Mitt's 19th Nervous Breakdown

Gail Collins in her Thursday column profile's "Mitt's Major Meltdown" over the Libya tragedy.   She charges that Mitt broke his deal with the American people:  "He could do anything he wanted during this campaign as long as he sent out signals that once he got in the White House he was not likely to be truly crazy. We, in return, were going to be able to continue with our normal sleeping patterns through the fall.  It didn’t seem to be a lot to ask..."

This I didn't know:
The Romney campaign, according to CNN, helpfully passed out suggestions for supporters who might want to defend Mitt. (When asked whether he was too quick on the attack, loyalists were supposed to say: “No. It is never too soon to stand up for American values and interests.”)
 And here's commentary from Mick and Keith and the boys (for another Stones tribute to Mitt, go here).   "Well, nothing I do don't seem to work /  It only seems to make matters worse."


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