Romney campaign out of control (iii): Romney campaign US$9,000,000.00 in the red

As of this moment the under-performing yet spectacularly expensive Romney campaign is an unbelievable US$8,945,028 in debt according to the Federal Election Commission. Thank you to bluecalico of Digg.com.

In a similar vein:

“Romney, despite more than one year’s work, has failed to get beyond 10 percent in the national polls. His sole claim to fame is that his money has bought him a lead in Iowa and his geographic proximity has given him one in New Hampshire. These are formidable assets if they survive the start of paid media by his rivals. But the chances are that his lead will vanish as other candidates start spending money in these early states,” reports Dick Morris in a weblog entry titled NEWT GINGRICH’S TIME TO JUMP INTO THE PRESIDENTIAL RACE COULD COME THIS FALL.

We have harped on this string for weeks. Regard:

Question: is this tragedy, or is it comedy? Should we feel sorry for Romney? Or: should we laugh at him?

What is the sum of all this, and where do these paths lead?

yours &c.
dr. g.d.

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