Although he is certainly qualified I cannot get all that excited about Mr. Romney's candidacy. Frankly, I think his time has passed and I just don't think he can get elected. Still in a contest against Barack Obama I would vote for him in a heartbeat.
Though he probably should have been, Nixon wasn't really in any danger of losing the election in 1972 regardless of the candidates the Democrats chose. Reagan could have been elected king, so whoever the Democrats chose in 1984 would have been better to write their general election concession speech before writing the speech accepting the nomination since the concession would be the most important and likely last public words he/she/it/they would say. Clinton should have been vulnerable in 1996, … more
I guess I would qualify as a frustrated writer. My work requires very little writing and so since 1999 I have been writing reviews on non-fiction books and anthology CD's on amazon.com. I never could … more
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Former governor Mitt Romney of Massachusetts began a movement for the 2012 Republican Party nomination for president of the United States shortly after the 2008 presidential election.
Although he was frequently mentioned as a possible candidate, Romney stopped short of a full-fledged candidacy before the beginning of 2011. Prior to that, he had indicated that he was merely considering running again for president.
Romney filed his organization with the Federal Elections Commission as an exploratory committee, and announced the organization in a video message on April 11, 2011.