"Under normal circumstances, this would recommend a presidential pivot to an
aggressive job creation agenda."there is no such thing as a
universally accepted agenda for "aggressive job creation".However, it is undeniable that many well respected economist would suggest
government stimulus.You may not agree, but you cannot discount the fact
that stimulus is a valid option.I think it is unreasonable to beat
up Obama for not creating jobs when his proposed jobs bills have been blocked by
As George Will said recently: (to paraphrase) If the GOP can't win in this
environment, they need to pull out of politics and move into another line of
The problem is Mitt Romney is too busy out 'adopting' virtually
everything.He has no integirty, He is like a ship without a
rudder.Like another President [Hinckley] who he should listening to
once said -- Stand for Something!It's also been
said, If you don't stand for something, you'll fall for
anything.Mitt Romney is busy trying to be all things to all people
-- THAT's why he fails.He's fake, not genuine...and most
people can see through it.
At this pint in the election; Carter was beating Reagan by 4-6
Counter IntelligenceSalt Lake City, UTAt this point in the election;
Carter was beating Reagan by 4-610:43 a.m. Sept. 12, 2012========== and Obama is not Carter; and Romney is by NO means
ReaganAs much a conservaitve ideolize Ronald Reagan, He'd
be boo'd, hissed, and tarred and feather by today's Tea-Party for
being too LIBERAL.With today's economy, and Obama doing so
little to change it, Romney should be winning by 35 points!He
isn't, just proving how BAD Romney is doing....
Obama's got a way better slapshot than carter, and Romney just doesn't
have much of a goaltender.
What Michael Gerson really meant is "Losing in the polls, Romney NEEDS to
adopt SOME KIND of strategy"
Romney failed to learn from Mccain you cannot play to the hard right during the
primary then try to play to the middle come election time. There are just to
many ways for your past words to haunt you in our modern digital age. I half agree with Baron when the GOP loses again they need to take a close
look at how much influence they are allowing the far right to have in their
‘In tight race, Romney can't adopt safe strategy’Romney has a strategy?