"... there has been one consistency in the campaign of Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney: a contempt for the electorate. How else to explain his refusal to disclose essential information? Defying recent bipartisan tradition, he failed to release the names of his bundlers — the high rollers who collected hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations. He never provided sufficient tax returns to show voters how he became rich." Washpost
It is unusual for me to agree witht the neocon dominated editorial board of the Washington Post but today they "got it right" and the "devils" should be given their due.
In today's leading editorial the Post denounces Romney and his crew for their evident contempt for the American voter. Romney seems to believe that citizens have no memory at all and that they will not remember his previous utterances even though they are displayed in the media through the magic of digital recording.
Romney also seems to believe that the presidency can be gained in the same way that a stockholder's meeting can be steamrollered and the shareholders "herded" toward results contrary to their own interests.
On the same page the Post cautions against an unwise attempt to tinker with the mechanism of the electoral college.
Will wonders never cease? pl