Saturday, January 28, 2012

"What kind of man would mislead, distort, and deceive just to win an election? ... This man would. Mitt Romney."
Wow, I'd almost vote for Newt, just for his latest ad. Talk about calling the kettle black. Mitt Romney [whose opinions change seemingly, depending on whom he's talking to], was possibly blind-sided by a brilliant new ad that Newt Gingrich put out. Airing on several broadcast and cable stations in Florida, this 1 minute gem, gets right to the heart or shall we say, lack of heart, in the problem that is Romney.  The problem with Mitt [sounds like a Lifetime cable flick] is that no one really likes him. He's got, sorry... not  the warmest of personalities. Mitt talks to you like he's your stockbroker who knows better then you. And if you have a question, he seems to be able to meander his responses just good enough to appease your doubts. And with Mitt, there are always doubts. Especially if you are lucky enough to hear his response of the same question to someone else.
The ad entitled "What Kind of Man?" is the most vicious attack so far, by one candidates upon another, it slams Romney and truly showcases The problem with Mitt. And it does so by using former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee [who ran against Romney in the 2008 GOP presidential contest], is seen talking into the camera. "If a man's dishonest to get a job, he'll be dishonest on the job," Huckabee says. Hmmm, is he inferring that Mitt is a dishonest man? Damn thems' fighting words. Then over a blurry picture of Romney that slowly comes into focus we hear a voice query "What kind of man would mislead, distort, and deceive just to win an election?" the voice answers his question. "This man would. Mitt Romney."  Simply great work by the Newt campaign and they should be awarded for their efforts.
In your face Mitt, take that you Romney, dang didn't I smack you good. 
Of course when the person behind the ad is Newt, we all should sit back and discuss whose making the claim. Whose attacking the Mitt? And since it's Newt, we also should ask him the same questions. And, whoops Newt, you've also been known to throw your share of the BS. Haven't you Newt? Planning any shutdowns in the near future? Just pondering?  
Of course the best thing in all this mudslinging is the amount of free advertising President Obama is getting. And the getting is good! 
So keep up the good work fellows. The more you tear each apart, the larger the landslide will be come November. And if the economy keeps getting better. Bam, talk about a Change coming to Washington in 2012.
Just one man’s opinion
© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Saturday, January. 28, 2012

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