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Old 06-26-2012, 04:18 PM
 
Location: Pluto's Home Town
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I have been thinking about Romney, and he does not illicit strong feelings from me. I don't think I am alone. Although I genuinely admire his determination, keeping on even though most of the people in his own party don't really like him. Slogging toward his goal.

But here's the thing. Who wants to follow the guy? He seems intelligent enough, but phony for the most part. Just about everything he says is completely predictable as the presidential challenger (Obama has failed at x,y,z). There is nothing exciting about his vision or narrative that I can see. He is the classic establishment candidate, and some corporate suite working for the man is hardly what we seem to need right now.
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