Unlike President Obama, who spent way too much time in the Harvard faculty lounge, Mitt Romney is in touch with the American public.
He knows how it feels to work a blue-collar job and worry about getting a pink slip.
He puts his poncho on one neck at a time.
He's concerned about protecting America's most vulnerable people.
He recognizes that moms drive the economy.
He enjoys watching sporting events with his good friends.
He understands that $480,115 is not a lot of money.
And, he likes to be able to fire people who provide him services.
In fact, just about the only area where Romney's views diverge from the American public involves the height of the trees in Michigan.
Posted: 2012-06-10 00:00:06