I sincerely love this 2012 GOP campaign solely because I wait for former Massachusetts Governorto say inordinately dumb things. Earlier in the week, he really didn't say anything that could have been considered a verbal gaffe.
It seemed like that he was going to break this year's campaign record for not saying anything stupid for an entire week, but his mouth remains undefeated. Let's check out a couple of things that he said while campaigning in Alabama and in Mississippi. He was able to say one dumb thing in each state.
In a vain attempt to relate with the people in Mississippi, Romney threw this gaffe out there into the atmosphere. "I'm learning to say y'all and I like grits. Strange things are happening to me." That's interesting that he would call parts of Southern culture strange. If a person is trying to relate within another environment, then observance of the culture is necessary instead of calling it strange.
On Thursday in a radio interview in Alabama, he stated, "I realize it's a bit of an away game." On Wednesday, he was trying to relate. On Thursday, he already gave up on trying to relate with that marvellous insight given when he placed his foot into his mouth once again.
With these ongoing verbal gaffes, Romney has quickly become the candidate that is least able to defeat Pres. Obama for the General Election. The reason is that Romney's disingenious nature is seen on a weekly basis with his verbal gaffes. I believe an old proverb goes like this, "What comes out of a person's mouth is what is abundantly stored within a person's heart."
Sources: Huffington Post, msNBC.