Best of the Web: How I learned to stop worrying and love the Rom?

I saw this post by Sissy Willis over at Riehl World ViewCheck it out.  Here’s a taste:

The fact that he didn’t talk about his campaign I thought was very touching to me,” newly promoted Greenland, NH Police Chief Tara Laurent told ABC News, describing her unexpectedly emotional response to Mitt Romney’s “secret trip” — reporters had not been notified — to the town’s police department yesterday. The Republican presidential candidate had come to offer his condolences for the loss of veteran Police Chief Michael Maloney, killed three weeks ago while serving an arrest warrant:

“Everyone here is in the grieving process, and anyone who is willing to come in and acknowledge that and make the officers and everyone feel good is welcome …

It seemed genuine, he wasn’t here to tell us to vote for him.”

Read the Rest.

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5 Responses to Best of the Web: How I learned to stop worrying and love the Rom?

  1. blogs4mitt says:

    You’re welcome. Drop me a line if you’d like to become part of Blogs4Mitt .

  2. Greyrooster aka Rusty's mentor says:

    Romney appears to be a class act.

  3. Talon says:

    Romney can’t hold a candle to Ron Paul. Romney = Obama-lite. Romneycare, pro Global Warming, pro Gun control, pro Goldman Sachs. Romney is the ultimate RINO, but a conservative he is NOT.

    • Greyrooster aka Rusty's mentor says:

      Ron Paul would be great. Except that he’s a fruitcake. Two in a row won’t help anything.

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