In the last three days, Mitt Romney and his campaign have:
3)Â Â Used crude racial/ethnic stereotyping that even the Torygraph thinks is over-the-top; and now
And this doesn’t even include his vague and vapid bluster about Iran and China.Â And note, none of this can simply be ascribed to misspeaking.Â As Dave Weigel notes in Slate, for example, Romney’s position on Russia really does see it as the Soviet Union.
If anything, Fareed Zakaria is too kind when he refers to Romney’s foreign policy as “strangely amateurish.”Â It isn’t strange: it is the actual flowering of a Republican Party ideology that thinks being a bull-in-the-china-shop exudes “strength.”Â Dick Cheney seems like a wise man in comparison.Â I suppose that’s what one should expect of a man who writes a book called No Apologies — and then changes it in the paperback edition in order to suck up to the Tea Party.
Romney just isn’t ready for prime-time: how much more trouble will he get the country into if he is elected President?