Romney Leaving Mass. With Mixed RecordThis (limp) effort at damaging Romney's presidential possibilities is so utterly transparent.
As Governor Eyes National Stage, He Faces Scrutiny of His Performance at Home
By David S. Broder, Washington Post Staff Writer
Boston -- He has been a successful venture capitalist and management consultant, and he saved the tainted 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics from scandal. But it is his single term as Massachusetts governor that is Mitt Romney's chief credential in his bid for the Republican nomination for president.
He began his term four years ago on a high note, rescuing the state from an inherited budget deficit. But now, as he prepares to leave office and focus full time on his White House aspirations, his tenure is being viewed in a more mixed fashion. (link)
Expect Broder or one of the minions the Post has put on the case to come up with some utterance that Romney made in decades past (What? He mumbled what sounded like the "word" macaca in his sleep back in his freshman year in college? Hold the presses!)
Sad thing is, this reprehensible behavior will probably succeed.