Another sad rundown on the fail parade that is the Romney campaign:
vMitt Romney could use a big moment.
Since he began stumping, the GOP presidential nominee’s campaign events have been nearly identical — perfectly staged and choreographed, but forgettable. If it weren’t for the occasional state flag hanging behind him, those watching wouldn’t be able to tell the difference between the GOP nominee’s rallies in Pueblo, Colo. and Vandalia, Ohio.
But as Romney tries to reignite his campaign following a slew of polling showing him trailing President Barack Obama, some Republican strategists argue that he should stage a dramatic campaign trail moment designed to break through the clutter and move the needle.
The defining moment of the Romney campaign is his unwillingness to provide any details for his plans. The person he chose as his running mate has ideas the American people hate, and even those are idea free and devoid of details.
It’s the Call Me Maybe campaign, but no one likes the jingle.