Return of the Mitt
Our man Mitt is getting some attention and it’s coming from the Obama campaign (emphasis mine):
Mitt Romney’s chances of becoming John McCain’s vice presidential running mate are strong enough that the Democratic National Committee launched a full-scale attack on him Thursday.It introduced a Web site section to knock him and sponsored a nationwide conference call for reporters to listen as Romney was verbally flogged by politicians from Massachusetts and Michigan — two of the three states that Romney has called home. The other state, of course, is Utah, but no politicians from it joined the attack initially but did later in the day.
“He is the most intellectually inconsistent politician in the history of politics,” Rep. Barney Frank, D-Mass., said of former Massachusetts Gov. Romney. “I have never seen anyone so completely without any commitment to any particular principle and so willing to say whatever he thinks will help him win the next election.”
Whaaa..? Barney Frank is a moron. Whatevah.
As a fan of the Mittster this article was welcome news. Mitt has done a great job of remaining relatively low key over the last several months. Let the Obama spend the money and time getting his name out there. There is more fun in that article to be had if you care to read the rest.