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BetterYeti

Wait. Didn't you see that he's going to make poverty a central policy issue of his campaign? Because you know that's a topic where his trademark empathy and insight will resonate.

Davis X. Machina

My old AP teacher used to have an aphorism -- Great presidents seek the office to do something, mediocre or worse ones seek the office to be something.

Mitt's the second sort, to an almost unimaginable degree. I could see him resigning six weeks after inauguration... just because he got bored.

wwolfe

Re: "...he's going to make poverty a central policy issue of his campaign." So, is he for it or against it?

Batocchio

Spot on. Mitt thought he was doing all of us a favor. (So did Trump, who essentially said when he dropped out, that he could be president if he wanted to be, but he didn't.) Ann "you people" Romney was/is similarly entitled.

the blonde

Run, Willard, run! We need some comedy in our lives right now.

El Jefe

@wwolfe,

This. When Mittens says "improving the statistics on poverty" he does not mean what we think it means.

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