When asked about challenges about his owning stock in Freddie Mac Romney curtly replied that he didn’t know what investments he had made because they were in a blind trust.
Later he was challenged again about his finances and waltzed around the question with another feeble appeal to “not knowing” because his investments in a blind trust.
Then good ole Mitt has continued his lies about not being able to control what his super pac, that he funded, from saying what they said. That is a bunch of bunk. He is using Karl Rove to coordinate these vicious salacious Mambo moves. How does he get away with this? Romney can’t communicate directly with HIS super pac. But, he can dance regularly Karl, who has been open about not endorsing anyone, even though he is sneaky in his support of Mitt. He can legally try to persuade the “uncommitted” Rove that “if these super pacs said…” that would be a help to the Romney campaign while he remained a Square dancer. Low and behold the Roving Republican has a chat with his off-the-dance-floor partners and suddenly a very well time , but certainly uncoordinated attack begins to unfold.
Yet, in the debate when asked a relevant question he did his usual rendition of the Quickstep by telling the moderator that he needed to shut up because Mitt owned the debate and was conducting it and he would answer what he wanted. Then he proceeded to do the cha-cha-cha around giving a serious and honest answer.
Through the entire debate he was pushing the Jive as he demonstrated an upbeat twisting of the facts about Newt Gingrich.
Personally Mitt’s belly dancing around the issues is giving me a belly ache. It would be actually quite invigorating to have one of the moderators give him a “7” for style and a “0” for delivery.
He closed his major point with another derision about Newt Gingrich’s saying that Americans needed to have something good to believe in again, like the vision John Kennedy gave regarding the moon landing.
What the Governor of Taxachussetts really accomplished was to show us all that despite his crudeness toward what the Speaker said about the moon, Mitt Romney demonstrated that he is Dancing with his head in the Stars.