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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.


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


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


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

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