Mitt Romney’s Innovative Leadership

Check out Bitter’s post on Mitt Romney’s leadership of the Bay State, which lost nearly a quarter million people in the five years between 2000 and 2005.  But Mitt wants to paint himself as “the president who can see around the next corner, who will equip Americans to meet the competitive challenges of the 21st century, who will bring innovation and reform to government.”

See around the next corner?  I hope he hasn’t gotten a hold of a pair of these.

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  1. From a Mitt Romney feature in Atlantic Monthly in 2005:

    “Do you wear the temple garments?” I asked uncomfortably, referring to the special undergarments worn by members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. (The underwear has markings denoting the covenants of the Mormon faith, and is meant to serve as a reminder of the high standards Mormons are expected to uphold. The rules governing its wear and disposal seem as complex as those pertaining to, say, the American flag.)

    He answered, “I’ll just say those sorts of things I’ll keep private.”

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