Romney takes a stand on jogging

Have you seen the new Romney TV ad that was written about in The State today? What did you think?

I still don’t know what to think. I mean, it proves he can jog without tripping over his shoelaces, and he’s got a good resume, but I’m going to take a wait-and-see attitude on these issues. Who’s to say that next week we won’t be looking at a clip on YouTube from four years ago in which Gov. Romney claims that he’s not a leader, or says something like, "Jogging’s for sissies."

Experience has taught us to be cautious about video.

Sorry, William; I couldn’t help it. (William is a very nice young man who is representing Mr. Romney among the graceless wretches of the press in South Carolina. William Holley. That’s yet another person I’ve had a get-acquainted lunch with, although it was prior to August.)

3 thoughts on “Romney takes a stand on jogging

  1. Karen McLeod

    I haven’t seen the ad yet, but I’ve now read the script. It makes him sound absolutely wonderful. But I have to wonder…what kind of ‘business legend’? Can we take any more cuts in federal spending without having the place fall apart? What exactly did he do for the state he governed? What else did he do? How accurate are those statements made in the political ad? And what does any of this have to do with any of the problems facing our country right now?

  2. SPAMgate

    Romney has lousy form.He’s jogging with his arms instead of his legs.I bet it takes him 15 minutes to go a mile,but that’s probably fast enough to get away from a former campaign chairman.

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