By Michael Collins
There’s something fundamentally off with Mitt Romney. That’s apparent when you watch him for a while. He’s perfectly dressed (in a corporate sort of way), erect, and seems very fit. His speech and tone are technically right on target (with occasional lapses). But there seems to be something missing, something withheld. What could it be?
The X factor is simply this. The guy comes across as really strange when you hear some of his personal stories. Read this article about him strapping his Irish setter to the roof of the family vehicle for a twelve hour highway trip from Boston to Ontario, Canada. Yes, he thought was the right thing to do with his six kids in the car. (Image)
Q: Did you know Mitt Romney put his big dog in a crate and strapped the crate to the top of his SUV for a six hour trip?
A: Stop it! No way!
Q: Seriously, he did it. His son recounted he story to the Boston Globe as a positive portrayal of Romney’s human side. Read the rest of this entry »