It’s been a busy week on the political front. Various Republican pundits have been spinning rapidly, trying to explain Mitt Romney’s poll numbers. The explanations range from “polling bias,” to “It’s Mitt Romney,” to “Their message.” I lean towards the latter, with a dose of “Mitt.” After watching other Republicans in action, I do have a change of opinion.
I’m sure they thought that this election would be a “slam dunk.” After all, as Ann Romney said, “it’s our turn.”
Which of course, showed a remarkable willingness to ignore that the other party might have something to say about that, and that the American people might not appreciate everything that the Republican Party is trying to push as an agenda.
Which has led to recriminations and re-evaluation of their hopes
Still, they keep on trying
and try to spin the news that things are really in their favor
despite their presidential candidate having a “likability problem”
which is possibly related to reactions to his interactions with the public
or his attitude
He’s not being helped by other candidates of his party, who have a “perception problem” of their own,
by making statements or doing something that creates a furor
Still, there’s a chance Mitt Romney could resuscitate his campaign
although more analysts are pessimistic about that.
Well, it’s time to wrap this up