October 24, 2012
Painting the Deserts and Magic Castles: Romney's Mo
Clearly, Team Romney is doing some smashing rallies, reinforcing their number one talking point: we’ve got the mo.
What’s particularly cool (amplified in multiple
variations on the Romney FB page) is how the crowd, in a collegiate and frat-like way, forms a circle “C” for Colorado. Yes, I get that it’s the state flag, but then, isn’t it kind of hilarious (and metaphorically rich to no end) how it’s also so regimental and corporate, like a copyright?
And then, doesn’t the Romney logo projected onto those romantic hills at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado last night have a bit of the Batman vibe?
That event in Daytona Beach the other night was also pretty spectacular. On the eve of the foreign policy debate — and excuse the not-exactly-p.c. analogy, my first association was: Benghazi. Oh well, the castle (as much as all those geography references were flying out of Romney on Monday night in his mano-a-mano with Obama) could almost be anywhere.
If Romney knocks off Obama, one thing we can bank on is a radical shift in optics — and an odd soup besides. They had fireworks in Daytona, by the way, which really lent a Magic Kingdom air. Not widely appreciated, either, was that the event was held in the middle of a
( photo 1 & 2: PresidentMittRomney/Facebook. photo 3 : Jim Young/Reuters caption : U.S. Republican presidential nominee and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney arrives at a campaign rally in Daytona Beach, Florida, October 19, 2012.) photo 4 : Alex Moe/Instagram – alexnbcnews)
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