Dean Barnett makes the Nietzschean case for Romney:
It’s understandable why Romney would want America to know that he has this streak of normalcy running through him. But Mitt’s appeal, at least to me, isn’t because he’s regular or ordinary but because he’s exceptional. I like the fact that he’s relentlessly driven and intellectually curious. I’m happy he’s long been in the habit of spending his weekends in a more constructive fashion than watching NASCAR or the PGA tour. He’s different from most of us. Frankly he’s better. And that’s good.
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