Steven Kurlander: Romney’s far from being beaten already
Published in The Sun Sentinel on 9/20/2012
These gaffes signaled not the death of Romney’s candidacy, but the beginning of a new, really dirty phase of the 2012 campaign that will become increasingly derisive and combative, particularly when the serious Super PAC money hits the airwaves – and as gas prices continue to climb at the pumps.
Yet, even if Bloomberg is right, I don’t want him or any government leader to limit
Each one of these three recent gaffes, taken separately or together, realistically had a news spin life of about three, four days at the most, even if they were twisted in the most cynical, direst manner.
by Steven Kurlander
This week, many were writing Mitt Romney’s obituary of his presidential aspirations and declaring President Obama the winner about 5 weeks before the election.
Such banal conjecture was flowing from a liberal mainstream media, and even GOP political stalwarts, who had from the start questioned Romney’s fitness to win against the personally popular Obama.
On the surface, there were several good reasons to justify pronouncing the race over…Continue Reading
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