For The Mitt, He is A-Changin'
This is pathetic
In their place is a desperate attempt to convince people that Romney is the Republican equivalent of Barack Obama and John Edwards, the only candidate who can bring radical change to a Washington establishment that is mired in bureaucracy and old thinking.
One would think that even a flip-flopper like Romney would know the danger of trying to reinvent himself in the last moments of a dying campaign. It's not fooling anybody, as the folks over at InTrade realize
. Romney's shares are now at 11.1 bid, down from 22.5 on Thursday morning.
Byron York recognizes the folly
of Mitt's Hail Mary pass.
Is it just me, or does this seem a bit transparent? It's not as if Romney has never talked about changing things in Washington before, but you get the impression that the biggest change he has brought about recently is the one he made in his campaign pitch on the flight from Iowa to New Hampshire. Did the voters say they want change? Sure, I'll give 'em change.
Labels: 2008 Candidates, Mitt Romney