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Monday, February 06, 2012

I Too Was Amused

I read the op/ed column in yesterday's Washington Post and chuckled.  And was mildly bemused.  There surely was an ulterior motive.  But darned if I could figure out what it was.

I ain't alone:
Harvard Professor Attacks Mitt Romney As "Stealth Tea Party Candidate"

She's a statist academic who's an activist member of the Democrat party. Professor Theda Skocpol takes to the pages of the Washington Post to warn America that Mitt Romney is a "stealth Tea Party candidate":

"Romney has become the stealth tea party candidate, endorsing the essence of the movement while remaining unburdened by its public label. This makes him the ideal tea party candidate for the general-election battle against President Obama."

That's right, Mitt Romney of Blue Massachusetts is secretly some fan of Mises and Hayek!
Right.

Wrong.

Romney is to the Tea Party what Obama is to the truth.

Key words on which to focus:

"Harvard professor."

"Activist member of the Democrat party."

"Romney/Tea Party."

Think this Theda character is being straight with us?