Later today, around noon, Mitt Romney will deliver a serious speech in Ames, Iowa, on his vision for the American economy. The serious economic speech will, in a very serious way, be a closing argument to American voters about the decision they must make in less than a dozen days.
Although we have not seen an advance copy of Mitt Romney’s economic speech we are sure it will be serious. Mitt Romney is a serious person. For him this election is about serious matters and he will address the issue in a serious way. That’s what we have seen Mitt Romney do throughout this election cycle.
No doubt Mitt Romney will notice the Q3 GDP: 2.0% stagnation level “recovery” even as federal government spending increased 9.6% in order to delude the public and disguise the dire economy. Romney will no doubt remind voters that this feeble 2.0% number is less than half what Obama projected it to be.
We are sure if Mitt Romney mentions a certain large canary colored fowl it will be to discuss how said large bird plucks the American taxpayer, already burdened with Chinese debt to meet day-to-day obligations, to feather it’s luxurious nest.
Serious Mitt Romney will not insult American ears with scatological references to his opponent other than to seriously question the BS defecated by BO on the public discussion of serious issues.
If Mitt Romney does mention horses and bayonets we are sure it will be in the context of the military geopolitical posture of the American military and how to finance that military.
If Mitt Romney utters language in regards to “binders of women” it will be a serious discussion of the need to provide economic opportunity for women as he did when he was governor of blue state Massachusetts with it’s overwhelming opposition party culture and massive population of opposition party legislators.
Certainly Mitt Romney will be serious in his appeal for votes. Not for Mitt Romney double-entendres. Mitt Romney will not make an insulting appeal for votes asking women to lose their political virginity to him.
Mitt Romney will make a serious speech on the economy today. Barack Obama will take a break from interviews with such as “Pimp With A Limp”, The View, and Leno to appear on MTV.