'In the end it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years.'
- Abraham Lincoln -

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Romney Strong Out of the Starting Gate

If he avoids one-on-one interviews with Obama's press and focuses on delivering powerful speeches powerfully delivered, he could very well retire the man currently in the White House who has wreaked so much devastation on our country.  This is a darn good beginning:

A great line well-delivered:

"It's still about the economy and we're not stupid."

James Carville must have grinned at that one.

And another one:

"We will stop the days of apologizing for success at home and never again apologize for America abroad."

And, perhaps without knowing its significance, Romney pierced the hearts of a lot of loyal citizens around the country who worry for their children's future with this phrase:

"We were America ..."

We want to be America again.

Here's to Mitt Romney.