As Money Mitt Romney's campaign continues its downward spiral, the one word that I haven't heard a whole lot is honesty. Mitt Romney is a dishonest politician. It doesn't mean that he is a dishonest person outside of politics, but the man has told so many stories, that we simply no longer believe him. I don't see him overcoming this problem before Election Day in November.
When I watched him last night trying to explain how he wants to work for the 100 percent of Americans, I do not believe him. When he says he cares about the poor, I do not believe him. When he says he understands the struggles of everyday, hardworking people, I do not believe him. When he says that he is against "Obamacare," I do not believe him. When he says he is pro-life, even though he was pro-choice his entire political career prior to running for President, I do not believe him. When he says that he liked Clint Eastwood's speech, I do not believe him.
The man has not been honest with the American people since he entered the race. And he will not be honest until he loses the race on November 6th. At that point, the real Mitt Romney will stand up and say, sorry for wasting your time.
Michael Skolnik is the Editor-In-Chief of GlobalGrind.com and the political director to Russell Simmons. Prior to this, Michael was an award-winning filmmaker. Follow him on twitter @MichaelSkolnik