Rom­ney bid­ing his time

The Washington Times Daily - - Opinion -

I am tired of the re­porters who say that GOP pres­i­den­tial hopeful Mitt Rom­ney is not ex­cit­ing to the vot­ers. I’m a voter who is very ex­cited about Mr. Rom­ney. He is a bril­liant, dis­tin­guished, gentleman businessman.

Mr. Rom­ney re­flects a face of calm­ness, as op­posed to the an­gry, Stalin-like face of fin­ger-point­ing Pres­i­dent Obama.

Mr. Rom­ney is in­tel­li­gent, ac­com­plished, gra­cious and pres­i­den­tial. We sup­port­ers are wait­ing to dis­play our ex­cite­ment un­til af­ter his un­der­cut­ting Re­pub­li­can com­pe­ti­tion has dis­ap­peared. We do not want pre­ma­ture bal­lot­ing. We do not want Mr. Obama to make him shoot his best shot un­til we are ready. We will elect Mr. Rom­ney when the time is ripe. In the words of Prince Ham­let: “There’s a spe­cial prov­i­dence in the fall of a spar­row. If it be now, ‘tis not to come. If it be not to come, it will be now. If it be not now, yet it will come — the readi­ness is all.”

Mr. Rom­ney is all about get­ting ready. Rick San­to­rum and Newt Gin­grich are his fall­ing spar­rows. DAVID LAWRENCE New York City

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