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Romney's campaign seems to do more pandering than arguing the issues.

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    I was reading Arianna Huffington's blog when she seemed to open my eyes to something I somehow missed. Romney seems to do more pandering to voters that he does discussing the issues.

    From Arianna Huffington's blog

    "After failing to ingratiate himself to Tennessee voters by reciting the lyrics to 'The Ballad of Davy Crockett' on Monday, he ended the week in Mississippi, where he declared, 'I like grits.' Thud."

    I understand that in any election candidates are going to pander to the voters a little. But Romney's pandering is either excessive or just so poor that it blatantly stands out. Things that Huffington mentioned and crap like, "The trees are just the right height" and " "I drive a Mustang and a Chevy pickup truck. Ann drives a couple of Cadillacs actually," seem to be every where in Romney's speeches.

    If Romney becomes President, I wonder if he will go to France and sing "frere jacques" to the population or tell South Korea how much he is a fan of Starcraft.
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    It's even more hilarious if you hear him say all those things:

    Compliments of Rachel Maddow, Romney the Chameleon