Team Romney’s Tuesday from hell—the Obama gaff, the economic plan that got attention only for its odd name, and a retracted endorsement

“Creating the aura of inevitability can sometimes come back to haunt you,” observes the estimable and expansive Tommy Oliver in a post titled Romney’s Strange Day

Governor Romney’s had one of those days. First, he unveils an economic plan, which gets more attention for it’s weird title than it’s details. Secondly, He commits a gaffe while campaigning today in South Carolina. By itself, it’s no big deal, but more on that later.

Finally, Romney lost an endorsement that he apparently never had in the first place. Now, for the record, I don’t like to dwell upon the mishaps of the competitors of my preferred choice for the GOP nomination, but when your competitors like to dwell on your missteps, it’s part of the fun.

Romney apparently jumped the gun by announcing an endorsement from Dr. Bob Wilton last week … etc., etc.

This follows on the heels of Team Romney’s Weekend from Hell:

Team Romney’s weekend from hell—will it prompt Romney to reflect and review?—history would predict: probably not

yours &c.
dr. g.d.


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