The prospect of a third Mitt Romney candidacy hangs like the Sword of Damocles over the head of the GOP.
He wants it. The big time donors want it. The Establishment wants it. And according to Ann Romney, basically everyone she’s talked to ever is totally into it, including random strangers who happen to recognize her on the street. And she thinks there’s still plenty of time to make it happen.
“All I can say is, we are in New York City, Mitt’s been with me a lot today, over the last few days and we have been walking the streets and people are screaming out there windows, I mean people on the street, people stop us on the street, everyone is saying ‘come, get in, jump in’, we hear it, we get a lot of phone calls, people are calling all the time, from our past donors saying ‘it’s time to think about it again’.
We are assessing, it’s not like we are making a different decision, we are on the sidelines, we made a decision in January not to jump in. Like everyone, we are mystified by this race and entertained at the same time but there’s a lot of ups and downs in a primary and we went through this too by the way in our race, a lot of ups and downs. It’s a long way from being over.
Let me finish that “assessment” for you, Ann:
I’d add a third one, but I’m not fully convinced that even Ann thinks this is a good idea. They’d do better waiting until the field has whittled down and then not endorsing anyone, but perhaps buying a third home on a Carribbean Island, where they could live out the rest of the election year on a beach without cellphone or Internet service, like I wish I could.
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