Several recent polls have shown that a large number of people (those asked at least) aren't terribly bothered by the fact that the then 18-year-old Mitt Romney committed what today would be considered a hate crime.
Is it normal for 18-year-olds (they can vote) to do such things as part of the growing-up process? Don't we consider an 18-year-old as grown?
Or how about this: People don't seem to be concerned with the fact that Romney made his fortune--now safely tucked away in a Caiman Island bank--by raiding companies, bilking them for all they're worth and laying off the workers!!!
In fact a couple of fairly well-known democrats-at least one mayor and a Wall Street worker (go figure)--condemned the Obama campaign for using tactics that seem to attack Romney's kinds of business tactics.
Personally, I think Romney is not only a bully but a guy with the ethics of a rat as well.
Why don't others seem to feel the same way? Am I too indignant with moral outrage? Should I tone it down just a little?
More to come on this.