Mitt Romney can’t seem to grab hold of the Republican Party as we head into the 2012 election.
There always seems to be something going on with the GOP candidate. Either he won’t reveal his tax info, he’s against Obamacare (which is eerily similar to the plan he enacted while Governor of Massachusetts), or he never says the right thing, as evidenced by his insults against the Palestinians during a recent trip to Israel.
There’s something about Mitt that turns people off. He’s like John Kerry from the 2004 Presidential election; but this time, Romney’s swift boating himself.
Newsweek’s cover this week is calling Romney a wimp, focusing on his insecurities and inability to open up to the American people.
The thing is, he’s brought this all on himself. Romney has continually dug himself a hole this election season. Sure, he torpedoed his way through the comical class of Republican representatives, but this is the home stretch and Mitt still doesn’t have a grasp on his own party.
All this leads us to believe Romney won’t be winning come November, even though he may put up a fighting chance. Here’s why...