What is becoming more clear now — having dropped out of the race to protect the country in wartime — is how much Mitt’s campaign was like amateur hour.
How else do you explain this shot of Mitt and Ann last month in the Michigan state capitol rotunda under a portrait of Mitt’s father, the late Governor.
Even if you are feeling awe, you don’t stand there –across from the photographers, in the middle of your presidential campaign –looking wide-eyed with your mouth hanging open, especially when your Dad — larger-than-life, and venerated above you — is looking like he still owns the place.
(image: LM Otero/AP. Michigan. Jan. 11, 2008. washingtonpost.com)