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Romney Aide: Campaign Light On Details

Ed Gillespie, a top adviser to Mitt Romney, admitted the campaign had thus far failed to provide enough details about policy proposals and said a concerted effort would be made to better communicate the Republican candidate’s specific ideas and stances. What do you think?

  • “That’s sad. When you take something like the Romney campaign and try to analyze it, quantify it, or pin it down—that’s when you destroy its beauty.”

    Rosalie Teves
    Juvenile Court Judge
  • “Romney better do that if he wants to have any hope of connecting with the huge detail-oriented policy wonk segment of the electorate.”

    Mitch Giordano
    Plasma Physicist
  • “Wait, so he hasn’t shared the details of his policy proposals? So what have I been disagreeing with for the past three months?”

    Tommy Null
    Pelt Scraper