Mitt’s “Piquant Melange”

“It’s not clear how the movie [“Innocence of Muslims”], the protests in Egypt and the murders of four American diplomats in Libya fit together.  That’s the job of intelligence experts.  We’re stuck with the task of evaluating Mitt Romney, who went for a cheap attack at a time when any calm, mature adult would have waited and opted for at least a brief show of national unity.

“The one big advantage to being a boring candidate is that you give the appearance of calm and stability.  But, suddenly, Romney seemed to want to go for a piquant melange of dull and hotheaded.”  Emphasis added.

Gail Collins,”Mitt’s Major Meltdown,” NYT

2 comments on “Mitt’s “Piquant Melange”

  1. harris jordan says:

    In retrospect, George Romney failed miserably in his child rearing responsibilities. Mitt turned out to be a silver-spooned coward, shielded by great wealth, left alone to develop his own sense of morality. His sense of morality in sum total is zero.

  2. harris jordan says:

    I can’t resist. He is Comodus of Gladiator fame.

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