Steve Chapman analyzes Mitt the Flip’s campaign strategy:
Romney does not aspire to be the fellow at the party who enchants the girls with his dance moves and charm. He’s more like the guy they settle on once all the other guys have passed out drunk, gotten distracted by a ballgame or come on way too strong. He’s not thrilling, but he’s not a disaster.
Read the whole thing. It’s a hoot.
One small problem.
The last guy left standing at the party usually turns out to be a disaster.
If he’s at that that kind of party, well, birds of a feather and all that.
He just hides it better than the others.
You don’t find out what the last man standing is like until he straps you to the roof of his car and heads into the wilderness.