Monday, October 22, 2012
For what it's worth - I agree with Jonah Goldberg on Romney's debate strategy tonight: "Why did Romney get such a huge surge in the polls after his first debate? Because he reassured reluctant voters that he was a plausible president of the United States. He came across as confident, likable, serious, focused on the economy and, most important for tonight’s purposes, presidential. And that should be Romney’s goal tonight: Be presidential. That means seeming steady and unexcitable. It means his criticisms should be focused on Obama’s naiveté, arrogance and ideological obsessions. But even here, less is more." Yes, make your point but more out of sorrow than anger.