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Thursday, October 4, 2012

Brooks Back on Board

David Brooks in his column posted tonight hails the "new" "moderate" Romney unveiled in last night's debate and is doing his own "pivot" in climbing back on board his candidacy.  You may remember that just two weeks ago, after the 47% video, he wrote the kind of attack on Romney--e.g. "He does understand America"--that would seem to rule out any support ever.  In other words, does not understand the country but fine future leader!  I'll be writing more on this tomorrow.

1 comment:

Laurence Glavin said...

"We're all children of the same God"? According to the Pew Forum on Religion and Life, there are about three million Muslims in the US, who presumably worship Allah and not Jehovah. I believe they also prefer Musselman Apple Sauce over Mott's. Pew Research has also reported that close to one-fifth of the American population are agnostic, atheist, or generally non-practicing. Many Mormons believe THEY THEMSELVES will become gods some day. Interesting to note that we've been experiencing numerous solar mass ejections recently, but any that have been directed toward Earth have been harmless because the planet has a sizable, rotating molten metal core that sets up a powerful magnetic field that protects us from solar emanations. Wouldn't it be ironic in a sense if Mitt Romney became god of a plenet with a core, while on Earth he didn't have one?