Oct 31 2012
09:27 am

Susan Eisenhower, that is.

"As a result of this campaign I am more confused than ever about what Mitt Romney stands for. I know little of his core beliefs, if he even has any. No one seems to agree on what they are, and that’s why I do not want to take a chance on finding out."

Brian A.'s picture

Is the spelling supposed to

Is the spelling supposed to be a pun?

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Brian A.'s picture

This was totally off topic,

This was totally off topic, but this reminded me of seeing David Eisenhower at the National Book Festival on C-SPAN a few weeks ago.

I forget what the question was, but Eisenhower was addressing why the South switched from Democratic to Republican in the '50s-'80s.

According to him, it was because of the GOP's "economic policies." He didn't say a word about desegregation, the Civil Rights movement, or Nixon's Southern Strategy.

It was a real facepalm.

Dwayne's picture

It's ironic that the South

It's ironic that the South supports Romney so vigorously. He advocates less government but the South is more dependent upon government programs than any other region.

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