I think it makes hime look impotent:
Romney is shown rolling up his sleeves and taking action. Obama is shown giving a speech.
When there is an emergency, a little less talk and a lot more action is appreciated.
Now translate that to Benghazi: What did Obama do? Talked-allegedly told someone to take care of it. What action did he take: Watched in the situation room and went to bed.
Somehow I don’t think President Romney would do that, do you? He seems to be about action.
That’s what I think about when I see the two today.
posted on 10/30/2012 9:17:08 PM PDT
(Moderation in defense of your country is NO virtue. Let Freedom Ring.)
This is a much different situation but from 2006:
FILE - In this July 18, 2006, file photo, Gov. Mitt Romney, right, looks over bolts in the ceiling of a Big Dig tunnel while speaking with Alexander Bardow, center, Massachusetts Director of Bridges and Structures, and Massachusetts Secretary of Transportation John Cogliano in Boston. Romney was at his New Hampshire vacation home on a summer night in 2006 when tons of concrete ceiling panels in one of Bostons Big Dig highway tunnels collapsed. The debris crushed a car and killed a female passenger. Romney, then in his final year as Massachusetts governor, dashed back to Boston and immersed himself in the crisis. His response offers insights into what kind of leader the expected Republican nominee would be if elected president. Romney has made his management skills a major selling point in his campaign. (AP Photo/David L Ryan, Pool)
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