Monday, January 24, 2005
Bed Ridden

What did you do when terrorists were thought to be headed to Massachusetts last week?

If you were like Willard Mitt, you went to bed.

"I'm going to be sleeping in my bed in Massachusetts tonight, and I feel perfectly safe doing so," Romney said last Wednesday. (source: Boston Globe, 1/20/2005)

What did you do to prepare for one of the biggest storms in the history of the Commonwealth? If you were like Boston Mayor Tom Menino who spent Saturday night at City Hall, or a Dunkin' Donuts manager who spent the night in his shop, you went to work. But if you were like Willard Mitt, you went to bed.

On Sunday, during several local morning television interviews Romney admitted he was at home, where he had spent the night. Proving he was not without cue cards, he reiterated a quote he had been provided on Saturday, "This is a great opportunity to be a great parent, to be at home with your kids." Too bad Fraudo couldn't find that quote on it being a great opportunity to be a great governor. (Although he did admit to shovelling several times to accomodate his dog.)

Looks like someone didn't get what he needed for Christmas.


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