March 1, 2007

JENNIFER RUBIN ON THE MAN WHO WOULD BE MITT:

The key to understanding Romney is his resume. He had his great success as a turnaround specialist. As founder and CEO of Bain Capital he identified failing companies, saw potential if their direction could be changed, and revamped them for a new and successful future. . . .

He does get points for candor by admitting he is “unlikely to be the top pick for those voters looking for a ‘war/strong leader.’” That may not go over well with supporters of the President. That is ok. Romney seems indifferent to their concerns and is willing to distinguish his brand from Bush’s with one word, the document says, “intelligence.” Maybe this is his cross over appeal to Democrats who think the President is dim.

Not a very positive assessment, overall. You can hear our podcast interview with Romney here.

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