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But the real GIST of the matter was nailed upon by Scarborough later in that link.
Romney is a RINO folks. When a politician tries to act like someone he isn't, he falls flat on his face. THAT is what ails his campaign now.
Scarborough is saying something very important there. He has a track record that is impressive and successful. Instead of trying to run from it, he should EMBRACE it.
The voters know a phony when they see it. He would actually stand a better chance if he just came out and said "I am PROUD of my moderate/liberal track record and I am proud of implementing Universal Health Care in Massachusetts".
If Obama is really smart in that debate next week, he should openly gush and thank Mitt Romney for being the "Father of Universal Health Care in America". Over and over and over again.
"They (Patriots) may be the greatest team ever" - Chris Mortenson, January 18, 2005 on espn.com
“You know what? You don’t fix it,” Scarborough agreed. “Sadly, I say this about Mitt Romney, he’s a great man. He is. He’s a great father. He’s a great husband. He is a great business man, great turnaround guy. If I had a business anywhere in the world, I’d have him run it.
He just — he’s a horrible politician. He’s one of the worst.”
News flash: I can be really good at spotting the assets mixed in with the liabilities, figuring out how to dump (escape) the liabilities and sell the assets for profit, and I can be really cold-hearted about who's displaced by it... but it doesn't mean I know a damn thing about running a campaign.